I never remember my dreams. This is particularly annoying as I like surrealism.
Alright, sometimes I do remember my dreams, but only, maybe, once every six or eight months when I actually get woken up while I am in the process of having a dream.
I just looked at some of the search terms people used yesterday which led them to my blog. If I could put these search terms into a dream and remember it, I would be a happy man.
The fact that people found my blog using these search terms slightly unsettles me. On the other hand, it makes me feel I may be getting the right mix.
These are all genuine….
bbc south today
kathryn blair injunction
crash have you ever tasted semen
ikea edinburgh hot dog
charlie drake man in the moon
i wanna drink my mother’s milk porn story
rupert murdoch custard pie stunt
iraq war hidden porn
good questions to ask comedians
how to find a literary agent for book about jesus christ
i guess i’m not the only shambolic person
how much is johnny vegas worth
is it true that hitler had a twin that was a comedian?
germans love indians
did suggs from madness appear in a gangster film
is mr methane married
mamma mia hermaphrodite
ann widdecombe’s breasts pics
princess margaret boxer
dave courtney launches anti-gun campaign
ikea fetish ad
john fleming blog
how to write an edinburgh fringe press release
ed miliband is a slimy grease ball
I also want to know what these people were actually looking for. Most of them stumbled on my blog.
What is the “iraq war hidden porn” story?
What is the specific “i wanna drink my mother’s milk porn story”?
If anyone can pull all those search words together into a novel, he or she could become the next William Burroughs.
The Huffington Post tell me that they only really want 7-13 ‘tags’ on their stories because any more and you tend to get lost on Google searches. I have always thought “britney, spears, farmyard, sex, justin, bieber” are probably the ultimate tags most likely to get lots of stray hits.
I shall still keep putting lots of tags on my blogs here but perhaps try the short Britney Spears approach today.