One of the odd things about having your own blog (no, I am not the odd thing (OK I am but it’s not what I am talking about)) is the search terms people will use to search on my blog or how you can find my blog on search engines. Here are a few examples:
War Pig Plane
War Pig Plane was actually searched for on my site and I am not sure what the deal with this one is. When I was in Ottawa, the Pig and I went to Canadian War Museum (there is a sentence any 49 YO male would be proud to write). I also went to the Canadian Aviation Museum (sans pig). I did have a War Pig burger while Ottawa (don’t tell the Pig it had bacon on it). Why did someone search this combination? Got me, but I did laugh when I saw it. For the record, no way, no how would I get the Pig his own plane. The limo is bad enough.
Army 10 miler split times
Well I didn’t run the Army 10 miler this year and I have no clue why anyone would want to see my split times. Maybe some people want to feel better about their race and just needed someone slower to compare themselves to. Maybe they are confused between the Army 10 miler and the Army Run (the difference being 3.1 miles and a border). Either way, somebody was sorely disappointed.
“Worst running songs”
If you Google “worst running songs” (in quotes) my blog is the first entry. I am not sure why someone searches on this at least once a week, but it is my only blog posting that people consistently look at over time. To the people rocking your run to Kiss’ Beth, I salute you.
Yes people search for this on my blog. For the record it has been used in 7 posts (now 8). I would have guessed more. Yes, if you Google “running lonely” idiot I’m the first entry. OK, the 2nd too. Stupid is in 13 posts on my site. ‘Nuff said.
Beyonce Dumps Jay-Z for Marsden
Courtesy of search engines, “Beyonce dumps Jay-Z for Marsden” will be part of the internet tomorrow. If it is part of the internet, it must be true– right? Don’t bet your War Pig Plane on it.