Fellow blogger, Evil Squirrel, recently wrote this great post about weird search terms that lead people to his blog. He must get a lot of traffic from this sort of thing, because he was able to split up the good ones into categories like “Most Preverted Search of the Year” and “Most Oddly Specific Search of the Year”.
The search terms for my blog aren’t as much of a comedic goldmine but there are enough of them for one lonely category.
So, without further ado, I give you the nominees for A Hole in the Head’s Search Term of the Year …
‘happy feet moive,can i see it but the hole part of it’
Nominated for it’s epic length, bad spelling, poor grammar and the head-scratching fact that someone thought this was an okay way to articulate that they want to see Happy Feet in full.
I was actually going to look up the definition of this word before I realised it was supposed to be “comic elephant”. This being the internet, I have to assume the person was on the hunt for Babar porn and they’d meshed their words together in excited, amorous anticipation of some sweet, sweet Celeste action.
‘axl rose nude’
Speaking of sweet action … or on second thoughts, just no. Let’s not. I mean I can see why Axl Rose may have been seen as a bit of a pretty boy in his younger days, but now this collection of words only conjures mental images of an older, cornrow-loving, gross redneck version of Axl with his bits showing. Eww. Somehow I’m more comfortable with the Babar porn.
Never thought I’d type that sentence.
And the winner is …
Surprisingly this is the only entry that can be found verbatim in one of my posts. I used it to describe the music of electronic artist, Tomas Ford. But as a search term on it’s own it is quite baffling. Just what exactly was this person hoping to find?
Was it this?
Or perhaps they were just looking for a bit of the lovely Roz to keep them company on a cold winter’s night.
Whatever the reason, sexual monstrosities is our winner this evening for it’s pure wtf?-ness.
Which brings us to the end of our very short awards ceremony. So until next time, happy searching!