What would provoke anyone to visit Scenic Route Snapshots, out of the millions of websites out there? I like knowing the answer to the question, just as you do. Here is the fifth installment of phrases that people typed into Google and other search engines to find this site:
“fat babies eating”- I thought it was safe to assume that most babies are fat anyways. Is this from a hopeful parent wanting their baby to grow up to be a professional competitive eater? That Japanese guy wins every year, but 2nd place isn’t a bad goal to aim for. Good luck on that. Mazel tov. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takeru_Kobayashi
“van gogh starry night for kids”- Yes, because Van Gogh’s original painting of Starry Night contained a lot of nudity and violence, but the new Disney-endorsed version is safe for the whole family.
“What does being a Rubik’s Cube in a dream mean?”- One of two things. A) You are feeling manipulated by the people in your life- like they are trying to “figure you out”. 2) It’s not a dream at all. You’re currently on an LSD trip.
“hemp George”- Yes, President George Washington was indeed a hemp farmer. But “Hemp George” sounds like a totally different guy altogether. But hey, when you can’t track down Hemp George, there’s the next best thing- Sativa Steve.
“mullet baby ugly”- I thought all babies are beautiful. And besides, a mullet doesn’t automatically make someone ugly. Flashback to the ‘80’s, prime examples: MacGyver and Bono.
“singleness a gift I do not want”- This one is funny not because the searcher typed in something weird to find me, but because I happened to title that post exactly in the terminology he or she was thinking. Takes one to know one: Singleness; The Gift No One Really Wants
“male mexican mollies mustache”– Definitely one of the most random searches ever to get to my website. Mollies are a type of fish that unlike Catfish, do not have any physical features that resemble a mustache. The four words “male”, “Mexican”, “mollies”, and “mustache” have nothing to do with each other. And strangest of all, whoever searched that did so 7 times that day.
So that means 7 hits on my counter happened because someone searched something extremely random, not once, twice, or even thrice, but 7 times. I am picturing a mustachioed Mexican man eating fish, and he’s very, very happy about it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mollies