[Note: Back in July, I invented a new art form: Googl-oetry. To write a Googl-oem, you simply have to look at one or more of your traffic-trackers and find the phrases people keyed into various search engines that wound up taking them to your blog. Then, organize those phrases — without altering them in any way — to create a delicious piece of literature.
Here's my latest Googl-oem. All key phrases were used in the month of February. Each phrase appears exactly as it was typed in by some idiot looking for information. I've repeated phrases only when they were repeated in searches. I apologize in advance for offending any sensibilities, but don't blame me; I'm only the messenger.]
old japanese song about a boy( whistle
if you could only see the way she loves me maybe you’d understand
story of indian mother in law hard fuck with own father in law
story of indian daughter in law hard fuck with own father in la
valen time day
hornet house wife wanted a fuck
happy valen emotion
fucking my own sister stories
happy valen day
storys of uncle fucking me
imagini hapy valen day
my wife fuck my friend end me
happy valen’s day
fucking babis video
VALEN TIMES DAY
are you better today than 8 years ago 2008
yes virginia, there is a jesus
happy valenRonald Reagan quote from his dairy about George W Bush
futile repetition aristotle
Leah Remini democrat or republican?
there are no clothes in heaven
tact is overrated
rebecca romijn naked fantasy
playboy bunny holy
decadent nudist groups
warm glow of electric sex in the window
hey we got color tv!
Adjectives appeal to the sense of smellingron paul on dogmas that plague our nations
Fill in the blank game with names, adjectives, etx.
one fine morning in may, a slim young horsewoman may have been seen
riding handsome sorrel mare along the flowery avenues of the bois de bologne
dogs wouldn't move, and by the end of the night she was peeing and pooping uncontrollably
Good advice to give a friendany comments
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Proceed At your Own Risk
how often do I need an exterminator?