IT’S WEDNESDAY on my side of the world, and maybe on yours, too. Memefied means I’ve gone mainstream (long before I’ve admitted to it, which is just now). This is like a pledge — mostly to myself; no, entirely to myself? — to post on the same day weekly, with a theme hovering over us all, writer and readers alike. So let’s keep it straight and short: Five for…
Five for fair enough: Eccentric keyword entries
These are my top picks for curious word choices people used to find my blog, intentionally (like a stalker) or not:
brogues dont [sic] look good on me
Maybe it’s your cankles, but can’t you see? It wasn’t interrogative, you just thought out loud on Google. Google what looks good with cankles next time. You’re welcome.
girls brogues ugly
Girl brogues are ugly? Girls are ugly? Brogues are for girls only? Brogues are girls?
the real mutton varuval for beer drinkers
Varuval what? This makes me think of a Tagalog word which then makes me think of beer drinkers.
<insert friend and fellow blogger’s name here>
Downright creepy. You’re stalking my friend through my blog? Her stories are not mine to tell, I only tell my stories here and I’m seriously offended.
Kidding. I have 5oo+ friends on Facebook and I talk about each one here.
This actually figures, who couldn’t find my blog by typing ‘circumcised’ on Google?
On second thought, these word combinations sound normal after all, but thanks for bothering typing them. As Chito Miranda (a plausible keyterm for me, yey!) rapped, I really don’t know how to end this, maybe just with this article (I like how he, a Filipino actor and apparently a columnist, writes ) I found because I Googled ‘SKD Academy ulinary arts.’