People Drop By From Time To Time… Part 3

14 Nov

The human being is a curious beast, always asking questions, looking for answers, trying to explain the strange things that occur in the world. WordPress is a free service with lots of great features, but hands down my favorite feature is the ability to see the search terms people used to find my site.

Pickled Beet Red Eggs

Sometimes they’re legit. I love seeing people get here because their chili is too spicy. They’ve come to the right place, I’ve got that. But the numerous people getting here because their goats have bloating. Well, no, you’ve come to the wrong place… And to the person that knows where to find the tiny bunnies that don’t grow, I’m still waiting. Please contact me asap!

And now, without further ado, I present to you the weird and wonderful world of search queries, food only for once, chez Granny Cart.

Fresh Mozzarella

Culinary Curiosities.

Find voluptuous veggies (hmmm)

hot dog grilling gizmo (you mean this?)

garlic magical elixir (I concur)

snob salad (sounds like my alumni association cocktail parties)


amazing vending machine (where? WHERE?)

what is chicken lobster (I don’t know, why don’t you tell us…)

potato flecks making machine (I bet if 3-2-1 Contact was still around they’d know where to find one)

recipes that require LOTS of blueberries (I guess we know who the thieves are now!)

I put curry on my curry (now that does sound like a predicament!)


can you eat air potoatoes? (shouldn’t the question have been, what are air potatoes?)

And finally my two favorites.

mens primal instincts cooking dinner (they have those?! just kidding)


They’ve come for the cheese sandwiches. (OH GOD NO!!!!)


5 Responses to “People Drop By From Time To Time… Part 3”

  1. Danielle November 15, 2006 at 10:03 am #

    Tiny bunnies! I wants some, too. You know they make miniature cows and donkeys, right?

  2. bloglily November 16, 2006 at 1:08 am #

    Hands down, I put curry on my curry is my favorite. Although they’ve come for the cheese sandwiches sent a chill down my spine.

    This post made me laugh — a lot.

    Thank you! xxoo, BL

  3. ann November 17, 2006 at 8:33 am #

    Hey Danielle, have you seen Thumbelina, the world’s smallest horse yet? Check this out!

    Bloglily, thanks, I’m blushing!

  4. lobstersquad November 17, 2006 at 1:14 pm #

    I´m so jealous of that feature. Sometimes I can see mine in sitemeter, but they´re never so exotic.

  5. Tiny Banquet Committee November 20, 2006 at 7:59 am #

    Snob salad, hahahahaha!
    I *love* that tiny horse.

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