It's That Time Again: Keywords of the Insane

Every once in a while I like to see what people type into a search engine that causes them to end up at this blog.  It used to be everything you could imagine about hookers.  For the time period of 6/4/10 through 7/4/10, however, things took a different turn.

Regan Reese still brought a lot of people here (and caused me to lose my AdSense account), but this time there was another weird variant on her name.  "Regan Reese pocket."  I'm not sure what the hell that means, or why anyone would look that up, but it brought people to this blog.  Hope they enjoyed it.

The next one that caused me to scratch my head in disbelief was (and the quotes were used by the person searching): "fellate her son" Japan.  That search was right above: "she liked being tied."  At least I can understand the latter.  I have no idea why the former drove people to the blog.

In an effort to apparently scare the crap out of someone, a person searched for: "zig the clown" duct tape.  That was a great episode of Scare Tactics.  I'm just hoping it wasn't the same guy looking for "fellate her son."  In related news, one of the creepiest (yes, even creepier than "zig the clown" duct tape) was: funny characterseen around your house.  What the hell does that mean?  Who the hell would enter that into a search engine?  What were they expecting to find?  I have to tell you, even typing that weirds me out.


That brought people here, as did a bunch of stuff on BP.  I really hope they read the BP piece I did.  I don't think I've written much about "oral," however.

And then, last but not least of the strange ones, there is: screaming angels of death. 

On my video game blog, 8 Bit Disasters, there is a ton of people looking for video game porn.  And then there was this lone search: days without masturbating.  That is the saddest search ever.

Four Colors of Doom, my comic book blog, had this disturbing search that brought some poor soul into my world: emma frost fucked by nightcrawler tail.  I think that happened in Uncanny X-Men #236.

That does it for the insanity this time around.  Maybe I'll make this monthly, as the strange searches people do strike me as fairly amusing. 


Nikki said...

The "funny characters seen around your house" part is hilarious and oddly disturbing. It brings up visions of Jerry Seinfeld hiding in your pantry and Ben Stein crouched behind your toilet.

My freelance gig creates all their titles based on actual google searches. The exact words entered are used. They're filtered to remove the obscene and illegal, but otherwise left in tact. One title that came up- "Why is it important to feed your infant?" Some of the stuff I see on there makes me very scared for the human species. Some of the stuff people google to reach your page makes me a little scared to go to sleep at night!

-Doug Brunell "America's Favorite Son" said...

Is that not the strangest thing? Really, what happened in this person's house where she (I'm assuming it's a "she") had to google that. I cannot even begin to imagine. Honestly, I was thinking about this on the way to work, and it still freaked me out.

I got this idea from Jim Goad's site. He has a list of the search terms, and they are all really sick and twisted sexually. Mine are just mostly creepy. I'm not sure what that says about me ...

Nikki said...

LOL Doug, I think you KNOW what that says about you!! I mean that in a nice way of course.

-Doug Brunell "America's Favorite Son" said...

My necrophilia is a well-kept secret.