In my semi-occasional showcase of the wild and wonderful search terms that bring people to this site, someone was apparently unsure whether any Canadians play for the Penguins. They were also unsure how to spell Pittsburgh, from the looks of things.
I can only presume that Game 1 of the Eastern Final last night was the first time this person watched hockey… ever.
Although I’ve long ago given up on documenting the bizarre search terms that bring people to this site on a daily basis, that doesn’t mean I haven’t seen some strange ones lately. This one made me LOL, so I figured I’d share it. Since when does typing a question about boobs at a sports bar into Google give you the exact answer you’re looking for?
For those who don’t know, Shoeless Joe’s is a chain of Southern Ontario sports bars where the servers wear very low-cut tops. I briefly mentioned this in a post I wrote about breastaurants almost a year ago, which has given me both the fifth and sixth search results for the above query. Clearly, I’m not the only one who doesn’t go there for the chicken. But with 35 locations in the Golden Horseshoe and beyond, I don’t think there’s ever been an official, company-wide “nicest tits” competition. That being said, the answer is Kendra*.
*I’m assuming there’s probably a girl named Kendra at one of these places. Seriously, who searches the internet for this stuff!? Can’t you just go down there on wing night and see for yourself???
Okay, so I sorta discontinued the Search Term of the Day, but when I saw that someone actually found my blog by searching for this, I cracked up laughing…
The back story, in case you missed it, is that I actually wrote about the wine pairing label on these frozen-food products last night. Which makes said search term even more amusing, really. Why would you Google potential wine pairings when they’re printed on the freakin’ package!?
How is it that the search term “Chad Kroeger Topless” brought 13 people to this site today?
Well, it turns out that by making reference to a New Zealand DJ who lost a bet and got the singer of Nickelback sucking, erm singing into a schlong tattooed on his ass in a post I made about tax reform, I now appear pretty high up on the image search results for people who thought they wanted to see Chad Kroeger shirtless, but decided they’d rather see him tattooed on a guy’s ass. What does that say about those 13 people? You tell me…
Haven’t done one of these in a while, but this one jumped right out at me. Hey, I don’t like the guy, but I’d never put him in league with Satan…
Though I missed it at the time, Michael Ignatieff once said he could “smell the whiff of sulfur coming off” of Stephen Harper a couple years back, according to the Sun. So I guess that’s where the whole thing started.
Ever tried googling yourself? It’s all the rage amongst perspective employers, apparently. But when you have an average whitebread name, if you’re not the most famous guy with said moniker–or the biggest SEO master–you’re probably not gonna show up in the first few pages of results. Thus, a more specific search is required…
That said, there isn’t a single article about this dude’s cover band online. If he found my August archives on Page 6, it’s only cuz there’s a Toronto Sun writer with the same name.
Why do I get the feeling that someone with the last name Hester googled this?
Hey baby… Can I have your number?
As far as I know, the latter never did cocaine. Did Fleury? You betcha!
Yeah buddy, you wish…
Besides, even if his heart belonged to you, his cock is Community Property, dontcha know?