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Wednesday, 2 March 2011

Biggest, best, more

I've been wondering why my post on the Peter Principle was so popular.  Admittedly, like all of my posts it's elegantly crafted, a piece of erudition which leaves many other bloggers speechless (or at least postless), but why?
It got more than three times the hits of any of the other posts on my little blog.

On examination of the post structure I noticed that two of the images on the post had rather salacious names.
One was called naked in front of the computer.jpg
The other was called really fat guy at the computer.jpg

Now it could be that the hits were from people looking for a good read, or it could be people looking for images of a computer, or it just might be (bit of a long shot I know) people looking for images containing the word NAKED.

So I'm going to try a little experiment.

In this post, I'm going to put up 6 images, each completely (well relatively) innocent, but with rather suggestive names.
Then I'll see how quickly the post hits increase.
Purely in the interests of scientific enquiry of course.

Here we go.
naked girl sex bottom screw
pretty babe breast ass
Fuck me rigid

breast tit ass
Big Dick


  1. What about a food section so you can post and name pictures of creampies, muffins, spotted dick, tootsie rolls, nut bars, ham on the bone, chicken breasts, and anything with horlicks in it.

  2. Curmugeon - you are making me hungry.

    TSB - do you really want people swinging past here who are interested in tits ass, naked, big dick, pornography etc. Will they contribute a lot to the general ambiance?


  3. Pussy, google and dogs are among the top search words too evidently.

  4. I'm with Alison. Do you really want to attract weirdos to your blog?

  5. Mr Nis, it might be too late to stop that.

  6. 1. Clap your hands if you don't want Wendy to die. (Only works for those of us over 50)
    2. That bolt won't work in that nut - the threads are the wrong way around.
    3. I'm so sick of photoshopped "perfection". Ben Jonson had it right - see his poem "Still to be Neat..."
    4. Rigid? It makes me quivering and limp with fear.
    5. I understand from scientists (I thought you were one), and anthropologists and other clever dicks, that "cavemen" (see? I know that's wrong too):
    (a) didn't speak, and certainly not English
    (b) didn't use clubs to get their women
    (c) oh, why go on?
    6. Yes, he certainly looks like one. Perhaps the only accurate piece in this whole sorry post.

    Well, you DID ask me if I'd read your blog recently.

    -- Clive

  7. Oops! I meant Tinker-Bell, not Wendy.

    -- Clive

  8. TC: That's just wrong, how could you possibly even suggest that. See next week.

    AX: You've got a point, but seeing the general level of people already visiting here (with the lovely exception of your good self, and possibly Teflon Fflur)it could only increase the standard.

    Second: Dogs? That is just so very wrong.

    My Spurt: Have you looked in a mirror recently?

    Clive: I understand the first reference (even if it is in error), but why? I fail to see any mention of Peter Pan or any of the cast. If you think that the voluptuous lady of virtuality in the first image is supposed to be Tinker Bell, then that is so wrong that I don't even want to talk about it.
    I think the nut and bolt would work, they both have a deep left hand screw (CRS)
    Hmmm, interesting, I've never heard of that poem before, but I think I agree.
    Yep, scares the sh*t out of me as well. Anyone who grew up living on a target in the 60s and 70s would feel the same.
    1. It's a cartoon
    2. It makes a humourous point, not a statement of anthropological or bilogical truth
    3. All cartoons are automatically translated into English on the InterWeb thingy
    4. These are not women-enabling clubs, they're an early version of a 4 Wood. Where else would guys congregate? (They hadn't developed beer yet)
    Thank you for that final comment. It makes it worthwhile somehow. Please remember that the only reason I posted this load of bladge was to find if search engines were being influenced by the presence of certain key words soewhere in the site or as an image file name.

    Read more, and maybe even register your name with blogger or Google.

    What about TwistedKiwiBastard?


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