Search-o-matic Friday September 8, 2006, 5 comments

Some of the search strings that lead people to this site absolutely call for introspection. Last month’s top ten list:

10: lindsay lohan no underwear
9: make him wear panties to work
8: thought about human nature
7: consensual incest
6: lenore the cute little dead girl
5: worlds smallest thongs
4: 101 things in 1001 days
3: the secret railroad
2: twain loaded frogs
1: rain frogs


Comments

Jorge Friday September 8, 2006


At least Incest wasn’t #1.

jules Sunday September 10, 2006


I had no idea there were so many references to “gitch” on this site!! I’m apparently reading too fast, or not reading between the lines.

Jorge Monday September 11, 2006


I think you meant to say “reading between the cracks”.

Adrian Monday September 11, 2006


Three is hardly “so many”...

Mike Monday September 11, 2006


Sorry.

I don’t really want to get into details but most of this list is my fault.

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