fun stuff from FlickFilosopher stats week of Feb 09-15 2013

Actual unretouched phrases that people plugged into search engines this week that led them to this site (with some commentary from me):
“how many movies is too many?” <-- no such number “arrest anderson cooper” “alan rickman leaked” “jai courtney bland” “shaun cassidy's hair” “is antonio banderas white” “safety not guaranteed soup” <-- coming soon from Campbell’s? “beheading fetish” “girls sexy girls n boys sex girls” “bonanza of men's bare feet” “80 percent of women are attracted to what” “graphic sexual horror” “how to make a male sex slave” “limbless pleasure” “celebrity bra fail” <-- *headsmack* “erotic porn” <-- good call, cuz the two rarely go together “do girls like iron man” “america's internet sucks” “british people like cartoons” “is there anyone alive with skills on par with sherlock holmes” <-- judging from some of these queries, no “aliens at euston station photo” “bondage kitty 50 greys” <-- I’m imagining a pile of feline furballs in tiny adorable leather masks “are the 2000's being ignored?” <-- by time travelers? “doctor who jesus” “similarities in passion of the christ and life of brian” “current pop culture items” <-- like plugging “stuff” into Google “films you have to think about”

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Mon, Feb 18, 2013 2:29pm

I suppose you should at least be glad that “films you have to think about” leads here and “films you don’t have to think about” doesn’t.
Except now it probably will.

reply to  RogerBW
Tue, Feb 19, 2013 2:30am

Dang, so you mean that in future we’re going to think very hard about how to make our comments full of “really neat ideas”, and “unbeatable movie stuff” so that these will show up in search engines and “attract hordes of irresistible people” to this “fantastic movie site”?

I suppose I should have stuck in a few speling eras, though.