Over the last three weeks, I’ve created some pretty
horrible awesome haiku from your search terms. Since I’ve been through most of you that submitted at least once, this week I’m going to focus on some of the terms that led people here.
The most popular search term ever is Clan of the Cave Bear. I guess that’s not entirely strange, since there were six posts on that series for Trashy Tuesday. I want to be done talking about Ayla Sue, though.
Why would I compose
a verse about this cave pr0n?
Oops, looks like I did.
Second most popular are variations of George Weasley’s ear reappearing in Deathly Hallows 2. I feel kind of bad for the people who search this because that post is archived now, so I think it just takes them to my home page. Sorry, searchers! I did rant about it here, if that makes things better for you!
Poor George lost his ear.
Movie magic gave it back.
The fangirls cry foul.
Also popular with the searchers is zombie sex. The only time I posted about that, I said it was not something I wanted to read about.
Ew, ugh, zombie sex
pretty sure I said that’s gross
stop searching for that!
“I read somewhere that people are stupid.”
People are stupid
look no further, I said that.
You read it here first.
I’ve only posted about Ceti Eels once before, although at some point in the future I might have to write about how Wrath of Khan was one of my favourite movies when I was growing up, specifically because of the Ceti Eels (oh, and Ricardo Montalban) – they were terrifying but awesome at the same time. I have not, however, written fanfiction about them, which makes the several hits from Ceti Eel In Her Ear Fanfic searches slightly odd.
I don’t write fanfic
Sorry if I disappoint.
Ceti eels scare me.
Finally, we get visits from people looking for Unicorn Sharks. We’ve posted unicorns ON sharks a few times (because it’s hilarious), but I don’t think we’ve ever actually done a unicorn shark. Isn’t that basically a narwhal? Like, really? If it isn’t, then we need one immediately.
A unicorn shark
sounds unbearably awesome
Meg! Get on that, please?
Remember, if you have any strange search terms that led people to your blog – and you’d like to see them immortalized as haiku – leave them in the comments!