One of my favorite characteristics of WordPress is a little gadjet that lets you see how people Googled to your blog. For instance, today I can see that someone Googled “cocaine stash necklace”, and that my blog was in the results. I have no idea why, but it is.
Other recent good ones:
“How to sleep with my brother“: made me shudder and wince. I’m guessing the reader had blue skin and was from Arkansas.
“Trashy campgrounds“: again, where is my audience?
“Zionist feet“: I had no idea the kinds of things that people get off on these days.
“What if feels like to be depressed“: Ouch, I’d like to think that my recent writing has become a bit more chipper.
“Champagne dress, what color shoes“: Let me forward you to a nice girl named Molly, she’s much better in that department.
“Cop bondage“: Seriously! When did this blog turn into Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down or Caitlyn Does Kentucky?
“Trashy Jersey girl“: Hey! We’re not all trashy!
“I want to talk Caitlyn“: Fine, send me an email. Unless you’re a creeper, don’t do that.
I have had people google the weirdest things to find this blog, but the one that bothers me the most? When people Google “Caitlynintherye”. II get between 6 to 20 people a day doing this and it honestly is the biggest tease. So I’m demanding (actually asking and stamping my feet until I get my way) that those few lurkers come out here. I mean, not the people who want to have sex with their brothers, just the people who search for “caitlynintherye”.