Blog Searches

I haven’t done this for a while, so a new collection of funny searches that have brought people to this blog has accumulated. here are the best ones:

what is poverty like – Good for you that you have to ask. I can just imagine that sheltered lifestyle.

I kept my husband last name when he divorce me now he is collecting some my social security if i change my name can i stop him from collecting my money. – I have no idea. Can anybody help? To me, it sounds like if somebody is stealing your money, the best way to go is to contact the police. This cannot possibly have anything to do with the shared last name, can it?

is vulva nice – Yes, it is. If only they were all so easy.

gaystyle enterprises cock whistle – I’m clueless. Anybody?

how to understand men – Start by understanding that all men are different and there is no algorithm that you can follow to interact successfully with all of them.

why are russians so different – From what? I hope the question is why they are all so different from each other. The answer is: because they are human.

why women worked in the 70s – Just note how many searches are based on mindless generalizations. Is it not obvious that the reasons why women worked in any decade would be influenced by their social class, financial status, family situation, etc.?

how to enjoy giving oral sex to a woman – You want instruction on how to enjoy something? Enjoyment is not a learned skill, buddy. If you have to seek instructions on how to enjoy a certain sexual activity, that probably means this activity is not for you.

has the good men project become anti feminist – Yes, it has. Its founder is heavily into tired old gender stereotypes that he delivers with the glee of a 3-year-old who has just learned to turn on an iPad.

childfree why do people care – They don’t. Until the child-free start descending on their blogs in droves throwing infantile tantrums.

do you like san francisco – Love it. But only for the purposes of tourism. I wouldn;t want to live in a city where housing prices are so inflated. That’s a disaster waiting to happen.

greatest achievement of civilisation – You are online and you have to ask?

anti gender stereotype blog – And you, my friend, are in the right place. We do this a lot  around here.

klubnikis technology site – “Klubnikis” is a name I invented for my little niece. And no, you can’t have it for your technology site or whatever.

kindle+fire+useless – And you, Kindle-hater, should stay away from my blog. You will find no sympathy here.

murakami 1q84 feminism – There is no feminism in this novel. However, it is the first book by Murakami that I have read that is not actively anti-feminist.

“david bellamy” atheist – If this is about the David Bellamy we all know and love on this blog, he isn’t an atheist.

how often do teachers think about sex with students – Teachers don’t. Quacks who went into teaching in spite of being signally unsuited to it do.

why do men like to chase – And this is somebody whose personal life is hopeless.

oral sex feminism – Oral sex and feminism are not related. Just like oral sex and pizza. Or feminism and pizza.

clarissa’s blog not autistic – Very true. Clarissa’s Blog is not autistic. Clarissa is.

professor montreal spanish peninsular literature clarissa – Yes. All true.

10 thoughts on “Blog Searches

  1. “what is poverty like”

    “What is it like living in a falling-down roach-infested building in a dangerous part of town with almost no money?” It sucks, dumbass.

    “gaystyle enterprises cock whistle”

    I really feel like I should know what the hell this is.

    “how to enjoy giving oral sex to a woman”
    “oral sex feminism”

    If nothing else it won’t be the first or last time someone has eaten pussy as a political statement. Just ask a million curious / confused college-age women.

    “why do men like to chase”

    Chase what? Dragonflies? Maybe cuz they’re shiny and pretty and zip all around.

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    1. ““why do men like to chase”

      Chase what? Dragonflies? Maybe cuz they’re shiny and pretty and zip all around.”

      – I have to wonder. Might they be chasing the truck nutz? 🙂 🙂

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      1. “Might they be chasing the truck nutz?”

        No that would be me trying and failing to pass a quad cab long bed Chevy on the single lane stretch of TX-36.

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  2. I like that about the child-free. If only people who have no children would understand how deeply those of us who have children don’t care that they don’t have children!

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  3. murakami 1q84 feminism – There is no feminism in this novel. However, it is the first book by Murakami that I have read that is not actively anti-feminist.

    You mean to say he says things such as: “remove the vote from women” and “all women should go to the kitchen”.

    Or are you using the word “actively” just for rhetorical effect?

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    1. “You mean to say he says things such as: “remove the vote from women” and “all women should go to the kitchen”.”

      – Once again, I have to ask that people stop trying to translate me. Why not just ask a question if something confuses you instead of this weird guessing at what I “mean”?

      Murakami normally presents women as weak, pathetic, miserable objects that complicate the life of men. Men can only find fulfillment through intensely homoerotic relationships with other men. This is what I refer to as actively anti-feminist literature. Note that literature and political manifestos are two very different concepts.

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      1. Murakami normally presents women as weak, pathetic, miserable objects that complicate the life of men.

        I’ve read three novels by Murakami: “The windup bird chronicle”, “Kafka on the shore” and “1Q84”.

        I agree with you that 1Q84 is (relatively) better in its portrayal of women, so let’s focus on the other two, i.e. Kafka on the shore and The windup bird chronicle.

        It seems to me that while Murakami female characters are definitely flatter than similar male characters they are far from “weak, pathetic, miserable objects that complicate the life of men.”

        For example, in Kafka on the shore the main female characters are Oshima,Miss Saeki,and Sakura. All three come to the aid of Kafka and are independent women very much in control of their destinies and their sexuality

        In “The windup bird chronicle” we have Komiko Okada who is the breadwinner in the Okada household (consider this now in Japanese society where married women are not expected to work, much less be the sole breadwinners). Then we have May Kasahara who flaunting societies conventions drops out of school. Then there are the semifictional (and definitely flat) Malta and Creta Kano, and lastly the independent business owner Nutmeg Alaska.

        Toru Okada, far from being or seeking a homoerotic relationship longs for the return of Komiko.

        In some scenes women do tend to play subservient roles to men in the novel, however one has to wonder how much he is just reflecting current Japanese society which is currently the most sexist society in the developed world.

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