At a certain point during the conversation, we began discussing search engine optimization – see? We’re SMART bloggers! – and I mentioned that while I was at the Mom 2.0 Summit an SEO specialist told me that the 2 most searched words online are “corn” (not really “corn” – see UPDATE below) and “lice.” The first, I totally get…I mean, honestly…but the second….REALLY?
Being the enterprising women that we are, we made a pact: each of us would go home this evening and write our very own post which would include these often-searched terms. We also agreed to use the word “cuss” as much as possible…just like a certain fox and his friends would.
I’ve clearly taken the “safe” route with this post but true to our conversation, I will provide a couple of example sentences:
- What the cuss are people doing searching for corn so much on the interwebs? I mean…cuss that is just gross!
- How many cussin’ people are infected with lice at this very moment that it’s one of the most searched cussin’ terms? That is cussin’ terrifying.
- Holy CUSS! My sister-in-law’s dog is totally cussin’ haunted!
<CUSS!> The cussin’ video of the dog won’t download. Cuss, cuss, cuss. Well, just imagine a SUPER tiny chihuahua puppy eating a special treat from his dog bowl…then the dog TOTALLY levitates. And no, I’m not making this up. And no, it wasn’t a trick. His little back-end lifts completely up off the ground as if someone were trying to lift him up – and his front paws raise up a wee bit, too. It is cussin’ creepy and I had chills all up and down the back of my neck all cussin’ day after watching that video. I promise, if I can figure out how to get it the cuss off of my text messages, I’ll post it!
Oh and also, I’ll let you know if our little experiment works. I think Kate Gosselin would be proud.
See? Told ya…WEIRDEST POST EVAH!
UPDATE: Upon further thought…I don’t really want folks that are searching for the “p-word” to end up here…so, I’m going to go back in and replace the “p-word” with corn. So, when you see “corn” replace the “c” in “corn” with a “p” and this post will make more sense. Cause really…ew.