And you too, Tevye.
Remember how I recently spoke of finding a “better place?” Yeah, well I’m finally getting around to that. And one of the things I’ve always wanted to do with this blog was to create one of those “Search Term” posts – you know, like Charissa over at Old Enough For Fairy Tales does – a task I decided was finally due.
As the title implies, Mr. Johansen is the clear winner, scoring in the first with his name alone, and then again in conjunction with The New York Dolls, the movie “Scrooged” (two of you even searched specifically for my favorite line of his in this, “it’s a bone, you lucky dog!”) and his time as Buster Poindexter. Honestly, I don’t feel as if I’ve dedicated that many posts to him, but he is by far the one leading the most people to drink from my muddy word pond.
It should be noted, Jesus comes in at the second and third slots (a lot of you seem to be interested in seeing Him hug people), but it’s Tevye and his “Fiddler On The Roof” that are far more searched for when compiling all the different terms used (five of you went so far as to seek out the logo specifically). And again, I believe I only ever did one post referencing this show. I wonder – in general – do New York Dolls fans also share an affinity for Broadway shows about Jews in Czarist Russia?
Who knows? I do know however, that a lot of people found me while searching about for National Heavy Metal Day (11/11/11). I’m sorry I only made one post about that as well. Hope I didn’t disappoint you. And I can also guess that quite a few of you have probably “borrowed” some my work on same-sex marriage based on some of the very – ummm, let’s say “specific” – searches done on this subject.
Now, while those terms may the ones that saw the most overall action, here’s a brief rundown of some of the odder ones I also found while strolling through the list:
“cool english words.” Hope they found some here – like when I said “douchery,” or “dumbassery.”
“godzilla dance party.” Every Tuesday.
“sexy robot” and “robots doing makeup.” Hey, I’m sure we’ve all searched at least once.
“spooning spoons.” Ummm, cottage industry in the making?
“bert kaempfert – christmas wonderland +cover.” Now that I KNOW the 4 searchers were able to obtain here! Why they were searching for this specifically, I suppose, is a whole different story.
“pooter bunny.” I have no idea, but 2 people thought to look for it here.
“andrew lloyd weber andrew lloyd weber andrew lloyd weber andrew lloyd weber andrew lloyd weber.” Who was that, again?
“i’m a whovian.” We all are. It’s just that some poor suckers don’t realize it yet.
“man spooning naked women.” Without the “with,” I’m not even sure what this involves but – I’ll say it so that you don’t have to – at least they’re not forking.
“baby rooms with dark wood cribs.” None here.
“sign that makes someone feel less ugly.” I hope they found it. If not, here it is again:
“what key did bobby darin sing as long as i’m singing in?” Not a clue.
“old people stoned.” Gotta admit, it would be pretty funny, but I’ve never actively searched for it.
“sex thunks.” Educated!
“clondom.” Wait – a word I made up for a school project was actually thunked up by someone else and searched for?
“invisible like casper.” I don’t know what about this brought them to me, but it does sound like a cool name for a rock band.
And speaking of cool band names, really? “Death donut?”
“i’m gay and i love bobby darin.” Is there a connection? Were they hoping to find a support group?
“cs lewis singing.” to my knowledge, he was actually an author.
“aslongasimsinging.wordpress.com” Come on NOW! If you’ve made it that far, why didn’t you just plug it into the address bar instead of searching?
“lol, that’s all i can say! sap for you and me:-).” I have no idea, but as God is my witness, this is the ONLY time you’ll ever see the dreaded “lol” appear on my blog. omg.
“famous male singers with bad teeth.” It was probably for a school paper or a craft project.
“Godzilla blanket.” One with him on it, or one for him to use?
And my personal favorite, although I don’t know why other than it makes me laugh every time I read it, “judas priest burp.”
Overall, this was a fun exercise, but one that I can’t imagine I’ll do too often. While I stuck to the odd ones here, there were some others that were pretty darned creepy. And others that – well, all I can say about them is that at a certain point kids, you’ll have to just buckle down and write your own damned papers, as I refuse to author your “same sex marriage and negative externalities essay” for you – know what I mean?
And hey, before I go, to the three of you who searched for “song – old fifties song about lost in the jungle,” it’s actually called “Stranded In The Jungle,” originally performed by the Cadets.
Now here’s my biggest draw – Mr. David Johansen – singing it way back when…