Saturday, December 20, 2008

Aubrey Molehill

What follows is quite possibly the final collection of unusual terms leading to this blogs. For this year at least.

Unless I get bored or the internet community at large gets especially creative or stupid.
  1. Doy. Her name is Rosalina. Beat the Shell Cup on the intermediate engine class.
  2. Right here — if you count Dina and Batalla as Cereal Box characters.
  3. Oh god, if only.
  4. I seriously hope so.
  5. Number one hit! And good on the Lady Argus for getting some attention after all these years.
  6. Number one hit! On British Google specifically. And no, I do not know why.
  7. And it wasn't until years later that I realized that the name “national scar” is actually National Scar, as if it were some scandalous tabloid.
  8. According to what I reported in this post, it comes from “crane berry” — though I couldn’t tell you what cranes might have to do with cranberries or any other berries, for that matter.
  9. Number one hit!
  10. First off, I want to note that Google kindly suggests that this search term actually should be “rape culture and roses in ‘baby it’s cold outside.’” Secondly, this is as good a time as any to point you all back towards my post on the subject of rape culture and roofies — not roses — in the song.
  11. The line comes from The Rocky Horror Picture Show. But it is probably referencing something else. I am not sure what.
  12. I feel like this person was probably looking for the word lava, which is different than magma. As for the true opposite of magma, I would suggest asking Chuck Klosterman.
  13. Aside from ladybird? Good luck. Though I once joked that ucalegon would work.
  14. First, I seriously hope that this is a reference to a line from a movie or something. Because if some internet-savvy person honestly is not sure of the difference between muffins and puffins, then there is no hope for humanity. Second, the short answer is this: Though you can eat both, only one of them tastes better if it is full of blueberries.


  1. The internet can't get any stupider, only weirder.

    Someone keeps arriving at mine through searching for "Futurama Sex Blog", which while an interesting arrangement of words, is a mighty scary prospect.

  2. I can only assume the person looking for "Jean 'Foot" was thinking of Cap'n Crunch, whose original nemesis was the pirate Jean LaFoote.