I can’t help but check my blog stats everyday. It is pretty much an addiction. I mostly like to check how people are finding this blog. A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about the weird search terms people are entering into search engines like Google that eventually lead them to A Year Here. Here are some of my new favorites:
“year nerds candy came out”
“observation of a fruit market”
“Brazilian wax and Vermont\ wax”
“come over” “the dancefloor” “i want you
“belly ring armenian”
“MAKE MY OWN PILLOW”
“handwriting practice sheet + hippos”
“hockey hole hole”
“cowboy eating pizza”
It appears “gostosa” is actually the number one search engine term. It’s clear why, since I wrote an entire post about it. Some, like the “hockey hole hole” one seem obvious, too, from a previous post. But these others? “belly ring armenian”? “observation of a fruit market”? I don’t remember writing anything about those things.
AND HERE IS THE NUMBER ONE MOST PUZZLING SEARCH ENGINE TERM:
“brooke + shields + feet”
I propose a challenge: Find out EXACTLY how this term, “brooke + shield’s + feet,” connect to this blog, and I will send you a present from Brazil. (But only if you live outside of Brazil. If you are in Brazil, I have no idea what I will do.)
In other words, I want to know exactly what I wrote in exactly which column here that has anything to do with Brooke Shields’ feet. If you find it, you win.
Let the games begin.