Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Medium Large: Your Source for All Things Vampire?

The following are actual search engine terms people used to find Medium Large (according to Wordpress stats):

was september 22nd 2008 a monday
vampire pig
comic strips about impulse
real bear angry
poor self concept comic strips
seven number vampire
lego turtle
toppless dark magician girl yu gi
comic strip pour some sugar on me shirt
pig son
drunk` small eyes
stupid dorks
allegory of the cave comic strip
contract with the dark master
small vampire pics
wednesdays in victorian times
strip games norah


And then, as an added bonus, the most disturbing search engine terms for Teenage Girl President:

perv+tgp
strip whip tgp
hurt me tgp


UPDATE: Okay, everyone, let's turn this into a meme. Holy Prepuce all ready got into the act (see comments). So what are the oddest search terms that have brought people to your site?

11 comments:

Dennis said...

You should be honored that your strip is versatile enough to be found with a "comic strip pour some sugar on me shirt" search AND an "allegory of the cave comic strip" search.

I'm afraid to ask, but what does TGP mean? According to Urban Dictionary it's "thumbnail gallery post" which makes a sort of sense, I guess, but not much.

Francesco Marciuliano said...

Oh, "tgp" is short for "Teenage Girl President"

Dennis said...

I meant what TGP meant to the guys (I assume they were guys, anyway) who were searching for it. I doubt they had Teenage Girl President in mind when they were conducting their searches.

jfruh said...

It says something awesome and terrifying about the omnipresence of the Internet and Google that people are plugging questions like "was september 22nd 2008 a monday" into their search engines, instead of, say, looking at a calendar (an electronic version of which is on pretty much every computer that has Internet access).

Oh, and while TGP stands for Teenage Girl President, but on other less savory parts of the Internet it stands for thumbnail gallery post, which thumbnails often are of pictures of, um, naked ladies, and such. I mean, that's what I heard from other kids.

Simon said...

VAMPIRE PIG!

DUNNA DUNNA DUNNA IN THE STILLNESS OF THE NIGHT
WHEN VILLAINS LURK BY CANDLE LIGHT
EVIL! BE PREPARED FOR FRIGHT!
THIS HERO'S STOPPING FOR A BITE!

IT'S VAAAAMPIIIIIRE PIIIIIG!
VAAAAAMPIIIIIRE PIIIIIG!

COME GATHER ROUND AND HEAR THE TALE
THE VAMPIRE WITH THE CURLY TAIL
AGAINST EVIL HE'LL FIGHT TOOTH AND NAIL
THE MIDNIGHT SWINE ALWAYS PREVAILS

IT'S VAAAAAMPIIIIRE PIIIIG!
VAAAAAMPIIIIRE PIIIIIIG!

VAMPIRE PIG!

Simon said...

I'm just really excited about that pig.

Wallsy said...

jfruh, there are calendars on every computer not connected to the internet too. See the clock on your task bar? Double-click it.

Sure, technically speaking it's the dialogue for changigng the date and time settings, but you can easily use it to find out what day any particular date was/will be.

Mo MoDo said...
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yellojkt said...

At least you're not the Google "I Feel Lucky" hit for Jordan Todosey naked.

Holy Prepuce said...

Wow, it's like a meme! OK, top searches bringing people to "Holy Prepuce!"

• all women have periods...
• benefits of tobacco
• Cherokee tribe in the 1700s
• Divine Land Marching Band
• Fred Phelps Gerald Ford
• girls gone wild zero g boobs
• i want a long prepuce...
• internet controlled sex toy
• is my prepuce too big?
• kiddypics & kiddyvids
• prepuce gay
• universal studios outlet

Gold-Digging Nanny said...

You got me curious, so I set up Analytics on I Found All Six after this post. I gave it a little time so I could get a good selection of keywords. Here are some of the best:

-unspeakable filth
-baby forest ranger dress
-buy boi fursuit
-cat dressed like dracula
-deja vu snakes
-dental floss bondage
-dracula animal or man
-dracula lion
-evil jester joker jack in the box decals
-f-minus comic with beached whale
-how to plough out shih-tzu ears' hair
-nananananananana caddyshack
-ninja turtle sewer grate bronx zoo
-stolen white bike stickers fish skeleton
-yoyo and snowmen


I Found All Six: Your Source for All Things Dracula?