Wednesday, November 12, 2008

what the! search term of the day

From the UK a google search:

“making cakes for blondes”

Is the blonde making the cake or eating it?

Just how many blondes does it take to bake a cake?

Suggestions anyone?



Blogger claire said...

Maybe someone who'd heard of blondies and thought it was a cake??

One of my recent ones was "mussels dodgy tummy" :)

10:28 am  
Blogger Zoe said...

I would suggest not mentioning Maeve O'Meara and her shirts on your blog if you don't like creepy/stupid searchers.

3:53 pm  
Blogger Another Outspoken Female said...

Claire - interesting thought but am still clinging onto the archetypal dumb (as if!) blond link, myself :)

Zoe - most creepy! This blog attracts a fair number of oddballs searching various things to do with the diet of nazis. Though we have equal opportunity world war searches, with the less creepy being interested in the bully beef rations of WWI.

9:12 pm  
Blogger Agnes said...

But more interestingly - did the search arrive at a cake recipe? Maybe there's a niche market for cake recipes for blondes!

10:28 pm  
Blogger Another Outspoken Female said...

Agnes - it did indeed land on the solstice cake recipe. Though stirring all that fruit might be quite arduous for the average blonde :)

7:47 am  
Blogger docwitch said...

Would that be a no fat, low carb, caffeine free kind of cake then?

Yesterday I got 'dragonfly gimp craft'


Then again, maybe not so far off the mark.

9:58 pm  
Anonymous Dani said...

Oh dear. It could be worse, my search term of the day so far is homegrown xxx blogs.

I have plenty of homegrown but nix on the xxx :|

12:17 pm  
Anonymous Duncan | syrupandtang said...

We should set this up as a meme... brownies for blondes, green lentils for blonds, white christmas for blondes, blueberries for blondes. ;)

11:24 pm  

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