Friday, March 28, 2014

Weird Search Terms 2014

Search Term                                      My Comment

“five carnals of corn”                            giggle and blush
list all the WWII soldiers                      In my spare time
geneo.ogy                                            really?
Londondairy                                        Moo
Dery new hamster                                really?
Virtuwal Mayflower accpericance         ?
Abandoned Japanese hole shelters        I’m dying to know more
Mayflower society does not approve    I’m dying to know what the next word is

Images searched online that actually landed on my blog website ….

Photos of salem ma witches                Let me warm up the time machine     
Photos of Franklin’s mother               Where is Doc Brown when you need him?

Questions on Google?

What whitches hung in 1692?               What? 
Who grandmother dounturn abby?        Where?
How do I apply Meyflour certificate?    How?
Naashuaa mayor                                  Who?
4 July 7176                                          When?


érett swwex                                         Pardon me?  And how did this land on my blog?

Most popular search terms this year:

1.   maria del rosario cayetana alfonsa

2.  Nutfield Genealogy

3.  Duchess of Alba

4.  Thanksgiving proclamation 2010

5.  Kilcher family tree

6.  tombstone

7.  Villar de Ciervo Salamanca

8.  abandoned places nh

9.   "john and sarah"  ship

10.  White horse

The most popular referring websites to Nutfield Genealogy:

1.  Google

2.  Pinterest

3.  Nutfield Genealogy

4.  Bing

5.  Buzzfeed

6.  Yahoo

7.  Facebook

8.  (a knitting website, can you believe it?)



For the truly curious:

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  1. Vampirestat is the bane of my life. I've contacted them several times to stop referring people to my blog, without ever getting a reply. I'm not even quite sure what they do or why, but it is annoying!

  2. Heather,

    I want to let you know that your blog post is listed in today's Fab Finds post at

    Have a wonderful weekend!

  3. After reading this, I wish I had a collection of weird search terms.