Debbie Knight

The January 2012 Top Five List of Amusing Search Engine Terms (that found Biologyze)

In observation on January 31, 2012 at 9:00 am

So, here is a list of five notable search engine terms that lead visitors to Biologyze this month. Some made me laugh. Some left me completely perplexed.

Without further ado, here they are:

Honorable mention: “Malpractices that causes for baking result”

Clearly there is a language barrier lurking in this search. But whatever information this person was looking for (an exploding cake, perhaps?) was not found in this blog.

#5: “What does a medical school cadaver freezer look like?”

Morbid curiosity, perhaps? Or was it “morgue” curiosity? All I know is I don’t want to know the answer.

#4: ugly gorilla with big head”

I think beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Gorillas can be quite beautiful, even if they have a big head. Why this person was looking for this specific topic leaves me befuddled.

#3: “shrimp safety from radiation”

Ah, a very serious problem in a shrimp’s life. I sure hope they have a good radiation safety officer to assure proper safety for these little guys.

#2: stupid students in laboratory”

A question many research scientists have asked throughout the millennia.

A related search also performed this month was: “Why are graduate students so miserable, science”

Ah, the other side of the coin. Well it could be something to do with the long hours for little pay. But those first couple of years are spent banging one’s head on the wall trying to make experiments work – it gets better with time, assuming the student is meant to be a scientist.

And, the top search engine term this month?

#1: “she has flattened my bike”

What did this person do to peeve her off so much, I wonder?

Well, there you have it. The top five list of search engine terms used to find my blog — that I found amusing. Hopefully, you found them amusing as well.

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