It’s Zombie Love Story Time!

by Lori, @lorisizemore on 10.18.2009

in searches gone wrong

It’s that time of the month again where we laugh at the fact that no agents or writers or, dream of dreams, readers are visiting my site.  The only ones visiting are those crazy spambots and people making very strange search requests.  Here we go!

  • nix nix

Really?  What in the whole world do you need to know about this?  Well, hmm.  Googling revealed that, according to the Urban Dictionary:

A middle aged man who plays computer games and has large man Breats. (Nix-Nix-Pix-Nix)

That’s actually worse being associated with than I originally thought.  Thanks.

  • a zombie love story, scientific study zombies, zombie love story

That’s right.  This month is still all about the zombies.  I’ve gotten some serious random hit mileage out of that insane zombie research.  So… thanks, Mr. Smith?.

  • gmc wordpress theme

WE know what the GMC is.  But what is this person looking for?  Did Debra Dixon design a theme?  Oh, wait.  Google reveals all.  They mean GMC the car company.  Well, welcome to Ink Diva Diaries, car enthusiasts!

  • unblocked writer

I know what writer’s block is.  This just sounds like a writer who’s been hitting the prunes.  No, wait.  It’s an actual website*.  With like two pages, discussing why writer’s get blocked.  Okay.  Well, you’re better off here, unblocked writer.  That blog looks abandoned.

  • is there an open sentence when writing a synopsis?

Um, say huh?  I’ll go ahead and answer this for you: yes.  It’s a letter.  With several paragraphs.  And one first paragraph.  That necessitates an open sentence.

Wait, don’t go.  I’m sorry.  If you give me more than that search string, I’ll totally try for a real answer!

Best of all, other than a couple of people checking out teh Kevin Spacey,

  • lorie ann sizemore randleman nc 27317

That’s not me, FYI.

*, such as it was, no longer exists.  However, since June 2010, a much more active, similarly named site sprung up titled

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автонавигаторы екатеринбург October 18, 2009 at 9:03 pm EDT

When you drive by a dead skunk in the road, why does it take about 10 seconds before you smell it? Assume that you did not actually drive over the skunk.

Spam Snark!: Another funny spam comment for you, reader!

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