I Wish I’d Never Read…

April 7, 2010 at 4:49 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 12 Comments

…This search term that somehow led to my blog:

Is mayonnaise made with what???

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  1. Ohh, the turkey what!? made me crack up. I don’t get very many interesting search terms.

  2. That’s hilarious. One of the funniest (disturbing) search terms I ever had: “olsen twins little behind” Yikes!

  3. Wow, you have some interesting searches! The turkey one is quite disturbing and makes me quite glad that I don’t eat mayonnaise (I’ve never liked it).

  4. Wow, there’s somebody you hope you never have to pot luck with!

  5. If I didn’t think mayonnaise was disgusting before, the idea that someone thought it was made with turkey sperm makes me absolutely squeamish.

    • Yeah. Why turkey and not… rooster, for example? *WHO* came up with that idea in the first place??

  6. Oh. My. Goodness. And I thought I got weird search terms!

  7. I always knew there was a reason I hated mayo. Your list is . . . um . .. interesting?!

  8. Died. Laughing. 🙂

  9. That is so funny. My post on not wanting to finish a favorite author’s back catalog too soon was found by someone in the UK who had typed into Google: “man finishing too soon”. Somewhere out there is a frustrated woman…

  10. Still shuddering at the turkey one, but have to admit a sneaking fondness for “I like big books and I cannot lie”

    • Can you believe that post has had 1141 hits?!? 🙂


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