something to honk about
I saw this question asked somewhere recently. (I don’t remember where – sorry.) This got me thinking: what do my OWN search terms tell about me?
So, out of curiosity, I decided to keep track of my web searches terms for one week. (Not the ones that drive traffic to my blog, mind you, but the things I MYSELF was searching for on the internet.) When I google, I google on Bing. It’s just a little foible I have. So here are the words and phrases that I searched for on Bing this past week:
number of people living in [name of my town]
how is coffee made into decaf
percent of women who have had a miscarriage
Bible passages about fathers selling their daughters
Keira Knightly topless photoshoot
Pope Francis quotes
does Islam have an end of the world prophecy
Plus, I looked up definitions for these words:
ne plus ultra
And I looked up how to spell:
When I homeschooled my kids, they would ask me a ton of questions and if I didn’t know the answer, we would look it up. Here are some of the things I have googled on behalf of my children:
When did knights in shining armor live?
How many species of flightless birds are there?
Why is milk white?
How many teeth does a rabbit have?
Why are dogs noses wet?
Why are dogs noses black?
How many layers of skin do humans have?
Does a barnacle ever move?
How cold is the north pole during the winter?
I still don’t know what any of this says about me. Not a whole lot that my blog doesn’t already cover in greater detail. What do your internet search engine terms say about you?