I adore my WordPress stats. They tell me how famous (or not famous) I am on any given day, they inform me how many of my comments are icky spams, and, most happily, they report all the search terms people use to find this site. Most of the time it’s something like “hi and lois”. But, in the vein of Johnny Virgil, I’ve picked out some of the more amusing ones.
chip thirsty son “hi and lois”
Uh, I suppose Chip could be a thirsty son…? Oh, wait, they’re probably referring to Mr. Thurston, aka Thirsty. Um, no, Chip is not Thirsty’s son. That we know of.
do you know the song in the new yaz birth control commercial
No, I don’t. I do admire your ability to look past the fakey, talky woman rambling about Yaz’s past confusing commercials (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, you’re lucky) and wonder about the artists who composed the background music: no doubt they are pleased as punch that they’re getting so much publicity. Poor artists.
Yes! My signature phrase! Though I can’t take credit for it.
random subjects to talk about
Here are a few: ping pong balls, Dr Seuss, ladybugs, fall leaves, wingback chairs, jam, fuzzy plumes on the top of marching band hats, cornucopias, and the presidency of James K. Polk.
“nude ms buxley”
Here is my advice to you. Go outside. Walk to the nearest lake or park. Sit down and watch the water. Think about your life.
And then there is the bright person who entered “comics flagston lois lois caring mom”, and “comics hi lois the caring mom”, and, for good measure, “comics hi and lois caring mom”, and apparently clicked on my blog for all three searches. I hope they didn’t expect to get different results each time. Er, what sort of information are you trying to get, sir or madam? I would not call any of the characters in H&L caring. Or sober. Or compelling in any fashion. But thanks for trying. Good luck with all that.