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February 21, 2008


Whoever just Googled “Tammy Donroe stupid idiot moron,” VERY FUNNY!!!

Haha! That cracks me up.

At least you're not the #1 hit when Googling "Cat Sh-- on Carpet". That used to be my dubious honor, thankyouverymuch.

How bizarre. I've just read this while eating a pastrami, sauerkraut and cheese toasted sandwich. I didn't make any of the components and I didn't even assemble them myself. I bought it from that shop down the road and it is delicious!

Some of the search parameters that have landed people at my site really make me wonder about the general population.

There was someone, a few weeks ago, who wanted to know if gunpowder was edible.

Adele: Oh yeah, um, that was me.

Helen: Wow, that's quite the coincidence. I have nothing but this stupid blog post in front of me.

Heather: When our cats shit on the carpet, and they surely will, I'll be sure to Google you.

Welllll...(get ready for some old lady shit here) my father used to always put sugar on his saurkraut. A lot of the old ones did. I always thought that it defeated the whole IDEA of saurkraut, but to each his own.

I've been meaning to ask you - how do you find where people have found you by certain searches? You've mentioned it before, but I can't figure it out. I know I'm always amazed by my site meter count (since I don't post that much). Who are these people? And why are they finding my blog to read? If you could enlighten this old woman, I'd be MOST grateful!

Sally: To tell you the truth, the Pseudo-Chef didn't actually try it with sugar because she didn't want to ruin perfectly good sauerkraut. The Pseudo-Chef is also lazy, but shhhhh. We don't want to anger her.

As for stats, I just use the stat counter that comes with Typepad. So, for each page hit, if someone just types in your URL, there's no referring address. But if someone comes from my site to yours from a link, the referring address would be www.foodonthefood.com. Or, if the referring address is www.google.com/search, if you click on it, it will bring you to a page with the search terms. Not sure if your site meter is the same or different.

Thanks Tammy. Blogger doesn't have a site meter per se. I use an outside source. I'll have to check it when I get my stats next Sunday and see if it shows where they come from like yours.

I don't blame you about putting sugar on the saurkraut. Blech!

I remember that guy. He totally deserved it.

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