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What Brings You All Here?

Idiotic rhetoric aside, did a random sampling of the top Google search results which have drawn people to this rag – and the results are very very interesting.

“Indus Creed mp3s”, "Colourblind mp3s"
This stuff is rarer than hen’s teeth, get a couple of hits everyday. These guys rock. Click here.

“Wardat” , “Surakksha” , “Gunmaster G9”, “bappi hits surakksha”, “complete list of Mithun movies”, “Loha”
Ob-****ing-viously, these are the MOST popular searches which somehow lead here (wonder why…). Have had hits for these from places as exotic as Somalia, Fiji, the Netherlands, Russia, Sweden and Denmark. Just goes to show the kind of influence these movies have had on countless generations of Indians, both here and overseas alike. And I would like to believe, non-Indians too. Very possible. To all you folks who search for these, remember – you are not alone. Thank you for reaffirming my faith in God. I know, and HE knows.

“kaam vaasna”
We all know what he/she was searching for here eh? A Vatsyayanic, homegrown educational film perhaps? As greatbong would put it, ‘Sanskritized vulgarity—leching and molesting in Kalidasian style

“aur sab ne rape kiya”
(WTF?!!!!!!) shudder and wonder.

“mummy randi ho gai”
(WTF?!!!!!!!!! – louder and bolder this time). Evidently, Oedipus has a net connection.


Just got me thinking…had read some place that the Google offices have a ticker which constantly flashes search queries fired from all across the world. Just makes me wonder what a never-ending source of blogworthy material THAT can be...

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5:07 AM, April 05, 2006
Blogger AJ said...

That place is the lobby at Google's office in Mountain View, CA, USA    



8:27 AM, April 05, 2006
Blogger Supremus said...

LOL!

Interesting searches lead to your blog eh? Mmmh - i must check mine too...

Suyog    



4:06 PM, April 05, 2006
Blogger SEV said...

Amazing is the "mummy randi ho gayi" search. I wonder *exactly* what the guy was looking for.    



7:17 PM, April 05, 2006
Blogger Anand said...

:) interesting... Was this some kinda typo?? :) "m" is next to "k" and "u" is next to "i" mummy.. kimmy..??? Fekdi maar rahe hain sir ki sach much koi aisa psychotic search tha??    



9:22 PM, April 05, 2006
Blogger Tapan said...

Banjo,
Ahh... that's the place. Had forgotten the specifics.

Supremus,
Should be worthwhile. You never know what you might find! Case in point? Mine. :)

Satish,
That search kinda made me feel real delirious (from the laughing), and once after that had subsided, was kinda freaked out. Such a search is not exactly what you'd tell family about, know what I mean? ;)

Andy,
Saale google that term. And then we'll talk.    



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