Search terms 5

There’s been quite a bit of underwear-related traffic coming to my blog recently so I figured it was time to do a post about it. I’d also like to know where to get me a roll of this wrapping paper that someone has come to my blog looking for……

backstreet boys wrapping paper
person getting excited
unlawful act manslaughter revision
south east aslan rain forest
picture red wine mess
lucille ball
famous public apostrophe mistakes
rowley lane dance mat
christmas knickers
aslan’s mountain
things to remember in swimming
truffle butter london
salt museum, eua
how do i withdraw from my first charity race
thai kitchen green curry
butcher three bird roast
james bond moment
mustapha mond atatürk
transverse colon twists
sometimes i dont want to finish a book
repeating things twice
turned the switch
being sporty could
evil flab man
charles dickens highgate
transverse colon volvulus x ray
ant and dec underwear
the girl said to me
chat magazine handy tips
coffee machine is needed fixing
three bird roast waitrose
market stall bognor regis
november 27 2012 virus
hate kingston university
boobs on the louse
“totes behind the times” meaning
getting in the car after passing you
how to make walnut paste “without walnuts”
one direction sunglasses
do you see the mistake
caribbean bagel tooting
sellafield paper undies
history of gomshall king john house
waitrose three bird roast
dont want to finish stories

7 responses to this post.

  1. Your “search” line is rather strange at times.


    • Tell me about it! Evil flab man?!?! And what did they find on my blog that related to it?!


      • It is my understanding that there are people who find it amusing to put very weird, often vulgar, things in blog search lines because they show up and the blog writer can see them. They make funny post, but, if you want them to stop, I imagine you have to quit acknowledging them.

  2. Posted by Alex Jones on January 3, 2013 at 21:06

    There is some weird traffic landing up on your shores.


  3. Posted by Alex Jones on January 3, 2013 at 21:09

    You are number one in Google for “aslan’s knickers” – corporates pay £1,000’s for number one rankings.


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