It’s been a while since I’ve taken a look at some of the interesting search terms that people have used to find their way here. Quite often, it’s simply surprising how people find their way to a personal finance blog through some of these interesting terms.
I like to call them “crazy keywords”. The last time I posted on this was about 6 months ago, where I shared some of the crazy keywords that got people here. Among my favorites from that prior post were “can beefaroni expire”, “wild mad grandma”, “centenarian avoids responsibilities”, and “sadistic lady owns you”.
Those search terms got people here? Apparently so!
With that in mind, I took a quick look through the keywords for the last 6 months, found some that jumped out at me as being – well, unique 🙂
Here they are:
“aguts effects in stocks” – I’m guessing this searcher was looking at the performance of the stock market in August. Or, at least I’m hoping that’s what they were looking for!
“blackberries can pick up pennies” – who knew they had such talents?
“buck wild maslow hierarchy” – I thought Malsow’s hierarchy of needs was a cerebral way to look at prioritizing people’s needs? Well, I did post about the personal finance hierarchy of needs here, but was it that crazy?
“caught eating cookies” – I’m telling on you!
“can you remarry after 401k?” – no, once you have a 401k account, you can’t ever marry again 🙂
“discount squirrel be gone” – uh, ok, if that’s how you feel (head hanging low, as I walk away)
“do BMW 525s fall apart after 100k miles?” – well, I don’t know since I don’t buy expensive cars. Plus, my last car went to over 200k miles!
“do teenagers like cars?” – uh, no. They hate cars. What teenager actually wants a car?
“ergonomically friendly trophy” – why, how nice of them to make trophies that way!
“grandma and grandpa gone wild” – watch out, people!”
“how do I make sure my kids get a good educaotin” – my suggestion is to let them learn how to spell from someone else!
“how much hours of sleep does Oprah get?” – I don’t think I can help with that question
“how to save the alligators” – there’s a passion for everyone, it seems!
“i believe hairstyle is important for life” – we all have our priorities, right?
“i don’t want to go to pumpkin patch” – that’s perfectly fine, you don’t have to go!
“is it bad to have two pairs of similar shoes” – don’t worry, I don’t think it will bring eternal shame 🙂
“monthly lovebird expenses” – it depends on whether or not you’re talking about pet birds, or dating!
“one day I drive the car great, the next day I sucked” – well, you clearly have it in you to be a good driver. Just work on your consistency!
“squirrel needs decaf coffee” – I think it’s best for everyone that squirrels aren’t caffeinated!
“things in bubble gum machines” – hopefully nothing other than bubble gum!”
My Questions for You
Which of these quirky search terms did you find to be the craziest?
If you have a blog of your own, have you come across any unusual ones recently?