Sunday, May 21, 2006

Breathtakingly Uninteresting Facts.

This place is now number one on Google if you type 'tired dad'. I'd forgotten my own url and had to do it. What does this mean? Am I now one of the popular kids at school?

Many people use Google. One such person typed 'tunguska blast drink' in the search bar and came here.


Many MANY others have typed 'Tony Blair 33rd degree Mason' and landed here. It seems the mentalism is spreading. Is it still coming from me? Does anyone have that bloody serum?

Most astounding of all, there are at least two separate people who have ACTUALLY sat in front of their computers, gone to Google and have ACTUALLY, REALLY, HONESTLY typed 'dad wanking' and, more astoundingly, 'wanking with my dad'. And have then come here.



As previously mentioned, the internet is indeed a strange place. I may stick to Ceefax. It's a bit slow, but there's a wealth of information and no-one NO-ONE tries to sell you Viagra. And you can get really cheap holidays.

God, imagine the disappointment of the daddy-wanker people.


Anonymous Juan said...

These posts are much funnier than the posts where you pick on other bloggers and internet people...cos they just make you seem like a bit of a wanker to be honest.

10:53 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some guy (I'm guessing guy) from Iran typed the word 'cunt' into a search engine and found my blog. How weird is that? Mind you, ceefax is probably banned in Iran.

11:33 am  
Blogger FOUR DINNERS said...

Tunguska with ice please...

Is Tony Bliar a mason? shhhhh, It's a secret....

I'm sayin nowt RD....

6:11 pm  
Blogger Tired Dad said...

Juan - thanks mystery man. Who are you, the internet's Dad?

It would all be very dull if everyone was the same. There's far too much pretend-friends going on without me adding to it.

You may have a point though. I will give it some thought (I won't).

Dinners: welcome.

12:02 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

coffee grounds eh?

3:15 am  
Blogger Cynnie said...

I grounds eh?

8:51 pm  
Blogger Tired Dad said...

What are you both getting at?

2:07 am  
Blogger Tired Dad said...

Oh, and thanks for covering-up Cynnie. There are children round here you know.

2:09 am  
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