Just a short update this week, what with me needing to get my wrap on in time for Festymas (That's my new portmanteau word for Christmas/The Festive Period, designed specifically to allow for inclusion of non-Christian faiths over the holidays, while at the same time being a damn sight quicker to say. You're welcome.)
Anyway, it's time for a bit of self inspection with a look at the strangest internet searches that led people to the Very Top Five blog over the last few months, as reported by my statistics software.
I imagine that most people get to this site through searches for things like "wisdom" or "I want to find someone I can admire who is also probably damn sexy into the bargain," but not all; some people have a different agenda coz they is crazies and there's no accounting for them crazies.
So here we are; what they type into the search engine and which of the site’s many and varied pages they ended up on:
5. “I have a smug attitude towards Christians”
Do you indeed? Well you can find additional justification for your attitude in my long and rambling comparison of Atheism to Christianity.
4. “I am wnting the pictures of the naked wimmens?”
Good for you, my semantically challenged friend. Fortunately, I also chose that spelling in my marvellously helpful article “Very Top Five ways to get more blog readers.” I hope my illustration satisfied your longing for the naked wimmens.
But this seems unlikely.
3. “What is TWATS an acronym for?”
Good question. And although most of you might suggest that twats is not an acronym at all, this article on the many uses of acronyms says different:
2. “What periodic table element is named after testicles?”
Not only is the answer “none,” but somehow this question linked to my article about the naming of the elements: Not entirely sure why as I never mentioned testicles; but hey, I hope they felt some satisfaction anyway:
1. “Cock shaped mushrooms”
Uh, why do you want to know about cock shaped mushrooms? What sort of recipe are those for? Actually, no, don’t share it with me please.
Despite my wish to distance myself from this strange googler and his (or her) fungophilia, it does just so happen that I used that exact phrase in my first ever post: http://verytopfive.blogspot.com/2009/09/very-top-five-freaky-funguses.html
Merry Festymas and a happy Gregorian new year, (or Grenewr).