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Strange search phrases- Google Anayltics

October 22nd, 2008 by Rose DesRochers · 5 Comments

I was looking over Google Analytics today and once again I noticed a few odd-looking searches bringing visitors to my blog.

Here are just a few:

I attempted to answer them, because I’m nice like that.

I asked to see my boyfriends penis.
Shame on you.

How do I use a tampon?
Please see, A Guide to Using Your First Tampon.
How do I take care of my bruised toe?

Bathe your toe in some cool water.
Is it ever ok to masturbate

Yes, it is normal to masturbate.

My father is suing me

What did you do?

My neighbor is sexy

I sure am!

You are my number one

Gee thanks!

What age is too old to trick or treat?

14 is normally the cut off age.

When will it snow in Ontario?

Do I look like the weather man to you? It has already snowed in some parts of Central Ontario.

Why am I suddenly getting popups?

You most likely have spyware.

Will my doctor call me back?
Why don’t you call the doctor’s office and find out?

What do the people at Google think of the strange findings?

I don’t know! I never asked them.

What kind of unusual search terms are people using to find your blog?

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5 responses so far ↓

  • BakerWatson
    Wrote: Oct 22, 2008 at 1:22 pm

    I guess I will never get many interesting search hits. Probably 75% of my search hits include either ‘fish’ or ‘frog’. Every now and then there will be an interesting question like ‘Why don’t fish get wrinkles?’ but that is about it. Maybe I need to venture out some in my posts, lol.

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  • Tammy
    Wrote: Oct 22, 2008 at 1:50 pm

    I must not have it installed correctly, I completely forgot about it until I read your blog and went there and it says no visitors, which I know is wrong. If I get time I’ll try to figure out what’s wrong.

    I have to say that you do get some interesting words and phrases.

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  • CQ
    Wrote: Oct 22, 2008 at 5:54 pm

    My highest search term, save some boring obvious ones, seems to be “blogspot man sexy boy”. Slightly predictable since I once had a post called “Sexy Boy” – a sarcastic piece about being nasally congested. Sigh.

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  • Ellen Kimball
    Wrote: Oct 26, 2008 at 1:42 pm

    Hi Rose —

    I am not the spelling police, but I spent a lot of time as an advertising copywriter.

    I believe you have a small error in your Oct. 22 post. You have misspelled ANALYTICS by leaving out the “Y”. 😳 😳 😳

    That could get you — ahem — some unexpected commentary which is sexually oriented.

    Warm regards — and make it a great day!

    Ellen Kimball in Oregon

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  • Rose DesRochers
    Wrote: Oct 26, 2008 at 4:40 pm

    Ellen, omg- Rofl- Thank you for pointing that out to me. 😉

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