Oh People – Go HERE – Do THIS! It’s a most excellent word Sunday ‘Mad Lib’

Curmudgeon at Large

This chapter of Fallen Arches is based upon an idea from Rutabaga, the Mercenary Researcher, who wrote a post about search terms.  It is astonishing when reviewing your site stats to see the words and phrases used as search terms.

Using only search terms from your own blog, fill in the blanks in the story below.  You must use only the unaltered search terms.

I will supply the first set of fill-ins.


Our scene is set in London in the times of Victorian England.  A licentious and bawdy earl returns to his home for an afternoon of entertainment with his lovely maid.

Lord Farthblank, Eighth Earl of Disturbia, strode boldly into his bed chambers where he found his young and alluring maid anxiously waiting his return.  “Quickly, Maria, disrobe.  I have been told of an entirely new sexual technique called__A__ and my loins ache to try it out…

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About Rutabaga the Mercenary Researcher

I'm a research librarian for Public Television, story teller, bike commuter, baker, music fiend, lover of reading & books, mother, wife, friend - and many more descriptive adjectives and nouns.
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5 Responses to

  1. betunada says:

    ah gnu it woodn’t be lawng b-fore i stumbuld ack!ross sumthing like this: i wrote a post knot tew lawng ago in part about search terms which brought … people? robots? … to my site. OUR GIVE-A-SHIT EXPIRED LONG AGO. THE WHY PEOPLE DON’T LIKE ME TEST. FOUR PEOPLE WAITNG FOR THE TRAIN. i’m sure there’s more, eeek!wallee awbskeeyerr, but thassitt for now. thanx

  2. The Hook says:

    I can’t possibly attempt this, but great post nonetheless!

  3. TAE says:

    How I fail at this:
    A) vice presidential debate 2012 flag size
    B) vice presidential debate split screen
    C) like a migrated bird to the winter poems
    D) sadako graffiti
    E) atomic bomb victims

    Thanks for reblogging/sharing

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