I’m in the middle of writing a proper post about Slough. And enjoyng the post-Christmas lull. But in the meantime, I’ve been getting some very interesting information from wordpress about the search engine terms people use to find this blog. Yesterday for instance, the following enquiries were made:
|am i middle class quiz||2|
|stockists of cath kidston in southwold||1|
|middle class holiday destinations||1|
|gail’s crouch end||1|
|its-titty time feels||1|
|how do i throw out old furniture in shoreditch, london|
The number of middle class shopping questions suggests I’m doing something right. But I can’t help worrying about the person looking for “its-titty time feels”.
Naturally, I plugged “its-titty time feels” straight into google. Even more surprising than the fact that this site came out first in the listings (out of a mighty 61,700,000 results) was the photograph at the top of the next entry:
The third listing gave the lyrics to a song called Tit-For-Tat. The fourth listing was: Microeconomics: Principles and Policy – Google Books Result .
I’m sure by this stage no one needs reminding that the internet is a strange place. Even so…
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13 January 2011 -” x rated knitting supplies”
14 January 2011 – “biby wood sex”