What are you an expert on?
If my “Google search terms” are to be believed, I am an expert on video games in heaven. More people found my blog by asking Google “Will there be video games in Heaven?” or some variation of that than any other question. Fear not! I have the article just for you:
I WONDER if there are video games in heaven.
Before dismissing this notion as blasphemous or impossible, let’s explore the thought for a moment. It’s not unusual to picture musical instruments, art and architecture as a part of the heavenly environment – not to mention your pet cat Fluffy – so why not video games?
Intrigued? Read on here.
Other things I am an expert on, according to Google Search Terms, include:
“people stranded on deserted islands”
I have this problem all the time. All those people, on all those desert islands. If only they had a list of blogs to read. My list is pretty old, though, and I’ve discovered lots more awesome blogs since then. Perhaps I should make a new one.
“what do canadians look like”
Funny you should ask, and yes it actually is quite funny, but don’t worry! I’m not laughing at you I’m laughing with you! And because I care so much I created this quiz just for you.
“I’ve become a neet”
“play with my hair not my feelings”
…Umm, okay, or you could just cut your hair short. Problem solved.
“opposite of banana”
It’s important to know these things. Wonder no longer, your answer lies here.
“what is a kirby”
“kill me i am an ass”
…No need to go to that extreme. There are people you can talk to to sort through your issues.
“funny quotes about annoying careless friends”
Sorry about your crappy friends.
“could the joker live in the ghetto”
That’s a very good question. I’m from the ghetto so I wouldn’t be surprised.
“pi first one million digits”
I do know a thing or two about pi, unfortunately I don’t know a million.
“peach pee standing up”
As George Takei would say, “Oh myyyy…”
What are you an “expert” in, according to Google? What weird queries have led people to your blog? What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever asked Google?