The scientific Flaurella is running a little experiment. Always surprised by what people are searching for on the web, yesterday in a shameless effort to get more readers, I used a few words that might be searched in the internet search engines. If you re-read yesterday's totally innocent post, it did contain the following words that seem to be searched with somewhat more frequency than say, "sunshine" or "salads." The words from yesterday included:
do it in the snow
love the taste
I am curious to see how many troll through my blog this coming week seeking these words or combinations there of. This reminds me of an embarrassing story. I've been online since 1993. In that length of time, I have used only a handful of ISP's. A couple of years ago, I added a new account and for some reason, I selected a naughty password. It isn't really vulgar when the words are used separately but when you string them together as I did, it sounds really dirty. I thought this was a pretty good password that I wouldn't forget. However, I failed to consider any future ISP connection problems that might occur. I was mortified when I once had to tell a customer service rep that password. The young woman on the other end of the phone line made me repeat it four times. She couldn't believe her ears. How embarrassing.
Back from the dentist, shopping and dinner and ready to put on my flannels and snuggle in for the night. It was an expensive day and to make matters worse, I have to have another crown. How can someone with thick, healthy hair and fingernails as strong as Teflon have such soft teeth? The dental torture just never ends. (add thick, vulgar and torture to the list!)