This is probably my favourite part of having a blog – trying to understand why people use the search terms they do to get to our blog. Read parts 1 and 2 for more laffs.
First, please enjoy some tracks that I’ve been listening to a lot this week. I know that new music is really all you godless heathens care about. Slake your collective audiophilic thirsts with these!
And this last one is probably my favourite track of Summer 2013. It just won’t stop getting stuck in my head.
Now, onto some weird search terms from the last few months! Please keep in mind that this is a PERSONAL MUSIC BLOG WRITTEN BY 2 CANADIAN GIRLS IN TORONTO
– man sniffing butt
– “butt” “grope” “brooklyn”
– friends who dont buy music
– provincial parks life jacket rental
– gave a hand job to a friend
– i can’t stop listening to lana del rey
– blogs for teenagers toronto
– they play naked
– what to wear to work today
– fleet foxes teeth
I’m glad that we please meatlovers, teens, and Williamsburg butt-gropers alike. That’s really what we’re aiming for.
Something in my house smells like fire right now, but this couch is really comfortable, so I’ll just probably go to sleep. Bye!
Some of you may remember that time I posted a bunch of ridiculous keywords people use to find our blog. I don’t often look at our site stats because it makes me feel like an obsessive girl checking her makeup on every reflective surface during first date. But when I do, I find myself highly amused by the search terms redirecting to us. Many of them have absolutely nothing to do with music, and very little to do with reality itself.
-kittens in love
-music girls love
-angel deradoorian feet
-owen pallett naked
-quarter pound balloons
-manscaping before and after
-coldfx doesn’t work!
-twitter hand job
-cutest kitten in the world
“Kittens” remains our #2 search term, right after our name. If there’s two things Millenials love, it’s kittens and music, and that’s why Keyboard Cat is the true voice of our generation (sorry, Lena Dunham). I hope these readers got what they wanted when they came here, especially the ones looking for a twitter hand job.