I get a fair amount of spam comments on this blog. In fact, I probably get more spam than I get real comments. Let me check. Yep, totally. 28,956 vs. 6,872. Wow. (WordPress has an awesome spam filter.) A couple have jumped out at me lately. Besides the fact that most of them are ridiculously-translated, nonsensical comments trying to redirect me and my readers to their trashy website, sometimes I wonder how they ever expected anyone to click on their link anyway. Check out a couple of my favorite recent spam comments:
Yeast infection for you! it the best thing that can happen to you
asinine hazy idea, grace! thanks. i look out for number one.
In the beginning just remember it was darked and then someone smiled! try this:You’re just jealous because the voices are talking to me and not you!
Um, wow. What inviting comments. Can’t wait to “meet” those folks. <—sarcasm
Then there are things that “regular” people are looking for. These are things that actual people have typed into Google or other search engines that have somehow landed them on my blog. While it’s sometimes hilarious to see what people are looking for, it’s slightly unnerving to realize that something about my blog and its content has selected it as an answer to their search. And they clicked on it. I can only wonder how helpful or disappointing their visit was. I mean, seriously, look at this list. What does this say about me?
example of urology limerick poem
weird monkey transformation
an angel measuring something
old lady diapers
kidney leisure ultrasound
what do ships, railways, mines, cars, and government exist
you lover her not me quotes
self help books internet addiction
my husband wears the worst jeans
Apparently, I’m not nearly as classy as I thought I was.
What are some of the funniest comments or searches you’ve seen come across your blog?
And p.s…. Any volunteers for Find-A-Friend Friday this week? I haven’t heard back from my randomly selected guest, so I need a back up. First come first, first serve. Thanks!
16 thoughts on “What kind of blog is this anyway?”
this is SO funny!! seriously! oh my goodness 🙂
I checked my keyword searches and this is what I found:
warrant lead singer
girls pinewood derby car
guppy eggs and babies
That is hilarious!!!
Love the post, it really is funny. I checked my recent keyword hits and they include:
kill a starfish for dissection
how to make edible lightsabers
saltwater evaporation experiment homeschool lapbook
If you still need someone for Find a Friend Friday I’m available, just email me!
I have not idea how to check my keyword searches, but I always get “adult content” website comments on my Eternal family posts. The irony always makes me giggle.
So funny! That makes me want to tyoe in sime randome stuff and see what comes up . But then again – that is scary!
Baby terrorist? Are you sure they weren’t looking for my blog?
Ok, so how do you check your keyword hits? I love what yours have done, and am now wondering what mine are.
Oh wow! Old Lady Diapers is my favorite! Some day we’ll all still be blogging and we’ll have to change out blog names to something like this!
I’d love to step in for find a friend friday. I have so enjoyed getting to know everyone.
I think I’m covered now for this week, but if anyone else is interested in participating, just go add your name to the list of comments on this post here. That’s where I randomly select someone from every week. Thanks!! 🙂
I don’t even know how to check mine. You are so not any of those things but they are HYSTERICAL!!!! Your husband should be offended…Have you mentioned on your blog he wears bad jeans? 🙂 The kidney leisure ultrasound is kind of creepy…
oh, my! LOL! I don’t know how to check my ‘key words’, but it’d be funny to see!
How about these:
when I grow up I want to be a viking
baby pony first
leg pit smell
That last one has me worried.
So now I think we all need a tutorial of how to check ours! 🙂 That is quite funny. I needed a giggle tonight!
My faith in humanity dies a little bit every time I check the search terms on my blog.
I feel a sudden irresistible need to learn about “baby terrorists.” I think I live with two.