Wacky Search Term Wednesday

27 Aug

It’s that time again folks.

 

1.  vainiac meaning—I think I used “vainiac” in one of my eyebrow posts (which, by the way, have recovered fully and beautifully, if I do say so myself).  At the risk of sounding like a complete vainiac, I thought I had coined the phrase, but perhaps other people are out there saying it, too.  Or maybe one of you read “vainiac” in my post and was unsure of its meaning so you looked it up?  There’s no need to google, dear readers.  If you need me to clarify or further explain my ramblings, you need only ask.  I’m here for you.

2.  panckek—Bigger than your heeed!  (read the comments with the link for the full story)

3.  “great aunt fanny”—I’ve often wondered about the origin of this phrase.  Do you suppose there is an actual Great Aunt Fanny or is everyone just using this phrase as a more polite substitute for @$$, as I do?

4.  stories for lkg kids—What’s an “lkg” kid?  When I first saw this I immediately thought large, like “large kilograms” or something.  I can assure you there are no fat kid stories on this blog.  I may be many things, but a mocker of tubby tots I am not.  Does anyone know what “lkg” means?  If it’s some kind of terrible, debilitating disease, I’ll feel like a total great aunt fanny.

5.  shortalls fad cute—Thank you, I think so too!  Or thought so, like twenty years ago.  I feel somewhat obligated to warn you, though, of the dangers of trying to promote a comeback for this little fashion trend.

6.  “dr. milton daniels”—Dude, is this guy still alive?  I hope this wasn’t a loved one, as I was less than generous in my reference to him.  Perhaps it was someone else who had been traumatized.  How many of us are there?  Hmmm… Can you say class action law$uit?

7.  sean astin look alikes—Harumph!  OK, so I’ve been mistaken for a man before (more than once), but never a hobbit.  I am no hobbit, sir!  Although, I suppose if I had to be a hobbit, I would want to be Sam—dear Sam, so loyal and brave and true.  And I do love me some taters.  Mmmmm…

8.  wet t-shirt contest rockaway beach—The past just never stays in the past, does it?  Sigh.

9.  how to confirm ignored friends on facebo—Well, maybe in the future you won’t be so hasty to ignore potential friends.  Better to confirm first even if you have no earthly idea who they are.  After all, you wouldn’t want to hurt someone’s feelings.  Even a total stranger.

10.  cheat me but rather take me as your own—I’m thinking song lyrics?  Maybe?

11.  i’ve been walking these streets scarin my—More song lyrics?  Scarin your what?  What?!

12.  click click bum I can see it in my mind—Misheard song lyrics?  I hope.

13.  can u bye 100 percent socks?—Hmmm…I don’t exactly know what you mean.  Aren’t all socks 100 percent socks?  Or are you somewhere where only strange hybrid socks are available?  Like 60% sock/40% slipper or 25% sock/75% shoe or 20% sock/80% floor skates or 50% sock/50%monkey?  Or maybe 10% sock/33% of Tom Cruise’s Risky Business wardrobe?

 

What have you got?  Come on, Madhousewife, I know you must have a few gems over there.

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13 Responses to “Wacky Search Term Wednesday”

  1. madhousewife August 27, 2008 at 11:59 am #

    All my socks are 100% socks. I would never buy any other kind.

  2. Mother of the Wild Boys August 27, 2008 at 1:06 pm #

    Bwa-haa! How funny.

  3. cheryl August 27, 2008 at 1:42 pm #

    Here are my latest:

    frugalabundance (Apparently I’m frugal AND abundant.)

    nasty aunt (If this is in reference to Aunt Flo, than it makes perfect sense!)

    defecation pictures (Uh…wha??)

    pms and gaggy (Yes, having PMS does feel gaggy!)

  4. bythelbs August 27, 2008 at 1:56 pm #

    Nice ones, Cheryl!

    Mad, I have been known to buy a slipper sock, and, of course, I do have a sock monkey.

    Hi Mother!

  5. madhousewife August 27, 2008 at 2:35 pm #

    See, I like my socks pure. But that’s just me.

    Cheryl, welcome to the world of scatalogical perverts.

    As usual, I have a blog’s worth of gems.

  6. cheryl August 27, 2008 at 3:39 pm #

    Thank you. It’s good to know I’m amongst the nobel ones. 😉

  7. cheryl August 27, 2008 at 3:40 pm #

    And I just spelled noble wrong. Unless I meant Nobel prize. Which I did. So, you know, I spelled it right.
    *snort

  8. flip flop mama August 27, 2008 at 7:45 pm #

    yeah I’m a 100% sock person too…when I wear socks, which isn’t very often.

    My google Analytics are really failing me…All I’ve got besides a bunch about leaving your spouse are

    my flip flops are really flipping and a flopping
    quotations using the word “yes”
    & pictuer young pom.

    There’s that misspelling of picture again…Guess i need to work on my spell check.

  9. Julie August 27, 2008 at 8:37 pm #

    So, all I’ve got is “38 weeks” I’m pretty lame.

    Oh, and I do think that toe socks would be something like 97% sock. But I prefer mine 100%, thank you very much. Although I don’t think a sock has been on my foot for at least 3 months. Thank you, Summer.

    I bought a pediphile yesterday. I haven’t used it yet, but do so look forward to it.

  10. Ribeezie August 27, 2008 at 11:03 pm #

    I’m totally crackin’ up over number 13!!! 😛
    I don’t know what to say…

  11. Alison Wonderland August 28, 2008 at 4:34 am #

    I have several of the oh so annoying “alison wonderland movie” searches. but two that I like quite a bit:

    Pregnant alison bumble bee no, I’m not thanks but my little sister does call her daughter bumble bee.

    and

    got back with my husband and i think i m Congratulations. On both fronts???

    And then of course there’s the Jason Statham searches.

  12. flip flop mama August 30, 2008 at 9:39 pm #

    Okay I got another one: butt shaping flip flops…if there only was such a thing…

  13. Michele September 4, 2008 at 8:07 am #

    Oh man, I almost fell out of my chair when I read that Julie bought a pediphile yesterday! I would return that asap if I were you!

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