Way back in the day (which was just a few weeks ago because this is a pretty new blog) I wrote about submitting a sex scene to my critique group and titled the post: “how do you spell awkward…”
So, when I look at my blog statistics, the top searches that have brought someone to my blog are:
- “how do you spell awkward” Bravo!
- “how do you spell akward” Close, but no cigar
- “how do you spell aquward” Creative, but no ciguarre
- “nit pickers” I don’t remember saying nit pickers in a post, but I guess I did.
- and then this: “They don’t need me anymore.” I had this in a post talking about my kids’ ages, so it wasn’t really sad when I used it. But, I’m a little bummed when I imagine somebody typing that into google and hitting enter.
Anyway, I feel a little bad about the awkward post fooling all those people into thinking I’m some spelling site. (Anyone who knows me knows how funny that is.) So I thought, I should change that title but my very next thought was, What if that lowers my blog visitor number...
Actually, I think I’m going to start titling all my posts what I perceive to be common google searches. Like:
- What are the symptoms of gonorrhea I was going to write STDthatrhymeswithdiarrhea instead of gonorrhea, but that would be pussying out, right?
- Where can I find free gay rhymeswithcorn Okay, I am pussying out.
- Where can I find free straight rhymeswithcorn Meow.
- How come if someone wanted to name a town in Louisiana “Nackadish” they spelled it “Natchitoches” Okay, that one’s probably not a top search, but I really would like to know.
And, just because I’ve got a feline theme going here and everyone loves kittens and apples, and so having a video that features both kittens and apples will surely result in some enormous swell of visitors, I give you this: