Eerie.

18 Mar

I don’t know how someone came across my blog via the search phrase “dirty rotten whore,” considering the fact that I’m pretty sure that the terms “dirty,” “rotten,” and “whore” aren’t used anywhere in my blog.  At the very least, I know that “whore” isn’t.

How does Google know so much about my personal life when I don’t even blog about it???

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7 Responses to “Eerie.”

  1. bbkf 03.18.2011 at 16:00 #

    this may be a reflection on your commentors, not you…

  2. ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© 03.18.2011 at 16:58 #

    this may be a reflection on your commentors, not you…

    Wasn’t I!
    ~

  3. Substance McGravitas 03.18.2011 at 17:36 #

    I don’t know how someone came across my blog

    A little lube and getting really close to the monitor. OR SO I AM TOLD.

  4. truculentandunreliable 03.18.2011 at 17:50 #

    Substance, I’d like to say I set that one up intentionally, but I didn’t.

  5. Fenwick 03.18.2011 at 22:20 #

    This makes me more apprehensive than ever. A search of ‘socialist’ … ‘anti-American’ … ‘insane’ … and ‘goofball’ would lead them straight to the Duchy.

  6. Another Kiwi 03.19.2011 at 00:09 #

    At Riddled we try maintain an aura of intellectual discussion and reasoned argument. Thus one of the top search definitions that brings people to Riddled is “Penis Worm”

  7. B^4 03.19.2011 at 03:05 #

    Two of my top search criteria are “Bad Latinas” and “Frazetta Style Women”.

    At least I know exactly which posts led to these results.

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