Sunday, December 18, 2005

Together We Can Create an Interesting Post...

Okay, I've thought and thought, and typed and backspaced, and posted and deleted...but I have nothing.

So, i'm asking you, my readers, to tell me about the last/most interesting/strangest thing you have googled. Elaborate as little or as much as you want.

As for me, the last thing I googled was about sewing twill tape onto a hoodie. Exciting isn't it?

Oh..and um...lets keep it clean please. Not that any of my usual commenters would post anything bad.

18 Comments:

Blogger eph2810 said...

Hehe - you are funny Amie. Of course I will keep it clean. Actually I googled "Glitter Fonts" this afternoon. Like to create a Christmas banner for a Christmas post. Wasn't very successful as of 5:24pm, Sunday afternoon. :(

7:23 PM  
Anonymous Nancy said...

I googled a life-long friend a couple of months ago, and in the process found out a picture of my confirmation class from 1957 is online -- she was in my class!

8:01 PM  
Anonymous Sandy said...

I google a lot of medical stuff, which is not very interesting. But, I once googled "where socks go in the dryer" and got a physics website that explained the sock disappearing phenomena (with equations and everything). Too funny!

8:31 PM  
Blogger TulipGirl said...

"red worms" along with our city and state

*blush*

I really, really want worms for Christmas to start vermicomposting. And I'd rather buy them locally.

11:51 PM  
Blogger eph2810 said...

Oh, one thing I forgot to mention yesterday: If I have a blank and don't know what to blog about, I do a post about other bloggers usually titled: Bits of the Blogsphere (or something like it) :). Gives me something to blog about & hopefully generate traffic to the blogs I read...

9:15 AM  
Blogger Genevieve said...

interesting question. I know I've googled all kinds of weird stuff, but right now I'm drawing a blank. I've googled old friends. I've googled "portable electric clothes dryers". (would be able to buy one if I lived in Japan, but not in the US, I discovered) I've googled "chinatown bus dc new york" (but now I know that website in my head.) the last thing I googled was "maple street bookshop new orleans" because I need to call them to see if they have the LAST thing I need for Christmas!

10:07 AM  
Blogger Choppzs said...

Last thing I googled was the local Payless Shoes to get their phone number! hehehe, it is much easier then a phone book!

11:25 AM  
Blogger DDK23 said...

Lately it has been mental health stuff relating to my siter. However I did google circuit city recently but spelled circuit wrong (forgot the "i"). I love how google says "did you mean _____?" when you spell things wrong.

11:28 AM  
Blogger Carol said...

My own searches aren't that interesting or funny, but folks who search and find MY website are often hilarious! Recently someone had typed in "Where is my placenta?" (Well, your BABY has a placenta, not YOU!) Almost every day there is one that makes me laugh out loud. (I should collect them and post them.)

12:04 PM  
Blogger DDK23 said...

It is interesting to see what people have googled to get to my blog. ALthough I think "where is my placenta?" tops it all lol!

3:13 PM  
Blogger blestwithsons said...

Yeah well, someone got to my site by googling "organized homeschooler". I pity them.

5:45 PM  
Blogger Kether said...

I google everything. THe last thing I googled was yesterday to see if Holiday Inn and White Christmas were the same movie, because my mom thought they were.
I googled something very, very odd the other day but now I can't remember what it was!

6:16 PM  
Blogger Wethyb said...

Um, let's see....I think the last thing I googled was Sean Astin :)

7:22 PM  
Blogger Amie said...

This turned out just as interesting as I thought it might.

Lots of people have been finding my blog by searching for Gary Ezzo, or Growing Kid's God's way. Hopefully, they follow my link to ezzo.info

10:25 AM  
Blogger Christina in GA said...

There used to a western CSI type show on TNT and they had found a bootprint around their crime scene. The bootprint had a pattern and I didn't believe that boots in the 1800s had patterns, so I googled the history of forensic science as well as the history of boots :) I got my answer, too :)

12:46 PM  
Blogger Amie said...

So do they have patterns? Or do I have to google it too? :D

1:27 PM  
Blogger Jamie said...

I just googled "parapraxis," to see if I remembered the definition correctly.

I was going to blog about homeschooling, but it makes me a little nervous to blog about homeschooling. Twice in the past couple of weeks I have drafted a homeschooling post and then "accidentally" deleted without saving. Usually I am a fanatic about saving as I go.

4:54 PM  
Blogger Bethany said...

The last thing I googled was Nerd Test. Seriously. But I was following instructions for a computer nerd test....

I didn't score very high!

8:43 PM  

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