A fresh batch of Weird Search Terms, and boy, are there some whoppers in here!
With an increase in traffic comes an increase in the number of search terms that lead people to my blog — and an increase in the number of peculiar search terms. Since I started my work day at 7:30 am and finished my last class at 9:20 pm, I have not had any time for writing today. So this seems like a good day to post the latest entertaining slushpile. My favourites are at the end, of course.
The most common are still in the “how to draw a cat” category, go figure:
- cat drawing
- drawing cat
- draw cats
- how to draw cat
- Cats drawing
- line drawing cat
Hmn, that last one sounds like it ought to be a children’s story. “Macvicar was a line-drawing cat; he drew lines on everything: the walls, the furniture, the stairs, the rugs, even pieces of mail …”
Er, what’s this about?
- hook folder whistle box cognition
- tmj disorder in cats
- mushrooms eliminate sour body odor
- snippit sensations
- selfish bratty messy young adults
- ear ringing math
- poor social interaction no eye cat
- medication gravel for migraines
And anything with “gravel” and “migraine” in the same phrase is not a good day.
Set phasers to “Random”:
- abstraction draw
- pregnant bathsheba
- oh,oh no, go on
- industrial looking bras
- dentist games to play
- autism dust
- diaper analyse colleage
- box box
- we go left, right + you go again
- yellow goes with
- words staring with F
Well, you can imagine my mental reply to that is, “What the F—?”
People ask the Interwebs Oracle about:
- my titties
- which ring of hell am i going to?
- passing out for 20 min. what could this
- would i be a good counselor
- i want a cool new york apartment that is
- will an mri make my hyperacusis worse
- Would a mentally disabled person have th
- will hand flapping tic cause social prob
- How long does it take for my blood press
- tinnitus and the sex act
- what does it mean when you mangle paper
- explanation of “you have no idea what a
- Is it too late to help my 12 year old wi
- why does a girl avoid you for no reason?
- extreme stimming
What about your titties?
Is “extreme stimming” a new sort of sport? In any regard, it’d be a good reason to buy an Aspie Stim Team tee shirt.
Who would have thought that “andrea” was an entire Search category?
- ed powers andrea teeny
- andrea face q
- new words that andrea doesn’t know
- andrea glasses
- different ways to spell andrea
- andrea upset by jibes over illness
- Andrea trans m/f
- freeze frame/by andrea
- Andrea Tie Cords
Tie cords, hmn … Moving right along here … Someone’s barking up the wrong diagnostic tree:
- autism menopause
- adhd difficulty making eye contact
- bipolar body rocking
- tinnitus asperger
- stuttering and menopause
- bipolar and perseveration and obsession
- I got a peice of food in my wind pipe, w
If you’re choking, get OFF the bloody computer and grab a friend or dial the emergency code!
Watch that spelling now:
- True, but unbelievable appearing ancedot
- tic insect pix
- wats that test wit 3 a 3 b 3 c and there
- jean bitting
- hyperbolic treatment – autism
A ticK is an arachnid, not an insect.
Hyperbolic means exaggerated, or something to do with hyperbolas. Maybe hyperbolic treatment is a fun, new kind of spinning-around stimming! Or maybe they can’t spell hyperbaric, which is a discredited autism treatment anyway. I think that spinning around is more fun; if I give it a fancy name, can I call it a “therapy”?
The scary ones:
- asperger “not human”
- painful auditory disorders metal
- cast devil solution
- noise autism explosive children
I wish I had the answer:
- New Year topics for conversation
- what causes a constant high pitched tone
- teaching aspergers how to converse
- bruise easily tired headaches
- severe pain and migraines from tmj
- difficulties for disabled jobs
- how can I improve my hyperacusis
- How to make small talk during greetings
You know, there is probably some essential thesis lurking in there about some people trying to find information on how to do small talk by querying an internet search engine instead of actually talking to other live people. Hey, I bet I could google up some research data on that in the autism and linguistics journals …
You wanted to know; I blogged about it (use search box in my sidebar):
- supernormal stimuli, faces
- Responding to Student Concerns about Fai
- parents of autistic children who kill th
- disabled womens
- word for repeating songs in your head
- GED skin shock
- black beetle bugs in US
- migraine from and screen flicker
- love stories of physical disabled people
- Closed Caption icon symbol
- lining things up in autism
- buzz bug
- “people magazine” face blind”
- is stimming normal
- rewards and punishment do they work?
- incidence vs prevalence autism
- butterflies, bees bugs
- stuttering with migraine
(Although I don’t always have answers, just discussions.)
And my favourites for this batch:
- number 4
- ooh shiny
- 10 things to do before leaving london
“number 4” because you know, number 8 would lead you to Bev’s blog. What’s really fantastic is that about the time when “number 4” hit my dashboard data, the Kid announced at dinner that a lifetime goal was to get the worldwide rights for the number 4. That was the how-to-get-rich-scheme: royalties for using the number 4. Uh-huh. Keep thinking, there.
“ooh shiny” may be one of my best quotes; I say it plenty often.
Before leaving London, do be sure you have packed your passport and towel (like a good galactic traveller). Don’t forget to use the loo, because when travelling you never know when the next opportunity will happen! The other seven things are up to you. Personally, I would get a couple of nice meals at Food For Thought and Belgo Centraal, visit Forbidden Planet (Mecca for all things science fiction and fantasy), Kew Gardens and the Transport Museum, and I still haven’t been on the London Eye (Ferris wheel).
And of course there is:
- BUTTERFLIES OF EUROPE GORGEOUS
Glad you are enjoying them! Please dispose of your litter properly, and remember to shut the gate behind you. There is no VAT for enjoying wildlife.