One overdue posting deserves another, and after the Sun Run, I’m content to just let paint dry and take it easy this Monday evening. I’ve still been watching Mint for strange referrals since last time. This time I’ve opted to break them into three categories, we’ll have to see if any make the top 10.
alphabet according to tits
Someone really typed this into a search engine, again!
do asian women have bigger calves
This is a question that apparently haunts internet users regularly.
women with abnormally big calves
They exist, pictures can be found on the web, even video. In fact their is an entire subset of the adult entertainment industry that seems to cater to this fetish, kink, turn on, or fantasy. Not that there is anything wrong with that…
Where can i find a blog with pictures of women calves
Right here! Unfortunately…
This is a bad typo, it also uses an abbreviation. I’m not sure why it found my website, but when I Googled “Chinese quad” it found an ATV or pictures of them, I’m not sure that is what the person was searching for on my website and not what I expected to find when I typed it into Google. Maybe over on Xin Li Cao’s blog…
Not so funny
large Chinese granny tits
Who types this into a search engine? Why do they end up on my website? And why would you really want to see this?
how many people apply to do the mba at ubc
Don’t know, don’t care, don’t recommend doing an MBA at UBC.
“i appreciate you as a friend”
Heard that more than once…
sauder mba admissions blog
I don’t think there is one, but the Sauder School of Business appears to have set up a student blog using Blogspot. For a school that fancies itself with a strong marketing department, you would think they would know more about online marketing, search engines, PageRank, GoogleJuice, and Jakob Nielsen.
Live.com really sent someone to my site who typed in China, Microsoft needs to work on their search engine…
miniature painting techniques
My miniature painting advice page seems to be the most popular thing on my entire domain now.
I’m not sure if I should put this under “Musk Rules”, you’d understand the dilema if you can understand what the characters say, but any keyword referrals in a foreign language is proof I studied one…
Andrew “Muskie” McKay
Amir has his own website, go there.
venture capital method excel
One of the more productive things I did during a lengthy period of unemployment was attempt to master Excel, including teaching myself VBA, then to prove I had some competency, I created a series of Excel spreadsheets dealing with venture capitalism, as I was trying to find a job in that field, despite all my problems.
venture capital spreadsheets
I’ve created 3 or 4.
- Latest Search Engine Referral Post
- Latest batch of keyword referrals
- New month, new list of odd keyword referrals
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