Sunday, August 29, 2010

Feed microtoxins swine udder

Yep. That's probably the strangest search string that ever led somebody to this blog.




What's yours?

6 comments:

Keith Alan K said...

Is this the entry that they found?
http://strangesanantonio.blogspot.com/2008/11/human-body-fluids-found-in-ceiling.html

When I used to check my stats I never really found any interesting searches. Some of my posts used to be titled with song and book names, so I got some disappointed visitors who only stayed for 2 seconds.

Dave said...

swine udder. Kinky!

Sabra said...

I had to go looking. I haven't had anything weird in a while (lots of hits lately for "trailor [sic] park country song" and variants), but I recalled having discussed it on MySpace a while back. I was, at one point, the number one Google result for "love financial guru" and number 4 for "guy going out to a bar alone".

No swine udders, but I do seem to get a lot of hits for people in foreign countries looking for breastfeeding pictures, which squicks me out somewhat.

Albatross said...

@Keith
I'm not sure where the search led the seeker. Usually when I try to follow the links, I end up with a whole month's worth of SinSA posts, and it takes a little sleuthing to figure out which one registered on the search.

@Dave
That's what you get for putting lipstick on a pig!

@Sabra
C'mon, you know them foreigners are just trying to learn the correct technique. Nothing salacious at all, I'm sure.

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Zombie pumpkins are always awesome. Or, as they say in the old country, "Murolces odro suvon sitpeoc tiunna!"