Come on then.
Is it you?
Are you the one? Or, more accurately, are you one of the many, many who've come here by mistake?
Cos, see, I've just had an email from my Googlebot. It tells me things. Things about you. And it tells me today that a huuuuuujjjjjjjjjjje geet wodge of you, particularly from the States it seems, are here by accident.
It seems you typed in a search request.
And then clicked to come here (if you'll pardon the pun).
And now you'll be disappointed.
And I know what you typed.
My Googlebot knows all.
And you know what my most common keyword referrals are?
Course you do. Cos it brought you here. Didn't it?
And I'm not lecturing. Your business is your own, you are, I assume, an adult and of course have every right to pass your time in any way you choose.
You're not doing anything illegal are you?
So why so shame faced?
Why so embarrassed?
For my part I'm a little surprised. Yeah, ok, so one of the most common keywords I could have guessed. Fairly obvious, even if it is a tiny bit misleading.
But I own up to that. I've never hidden from it. Even, once, in an interview (an interview which later made it on to the school bulletin board before someone actually read it) I said it. Straight out.
"What's it about then?" They asked.
And I, oh so sweetly, with my bestest smile, said:
And so, yeah, I can see why you're here. But how you got here I have no idea. I've been checking the blog see, and I can't find it anywhere.
I have no idea at what point I may have mentioned it. But still.
And like I said.
I don't blame you for being disappointed here. I don't blame you for wondering what on earth this has to do with your search query.
But there it is.
The most common keyword search referral for my blog:
And so your guess is as good as mine.
But while you're here:
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