All grown up and nowhere to go

god flood rowboat

Posted on: April 10, 2008

I promised the cbkia that I’d go to sleep, but after browsing wordpress for a while I just couldn’t resist.

You see, wordpress has the most useful tool for blogs ever: they spew out blog stats left, right and centre. for example, on the 28th of March 2008, this blog registered 52 page views (way more views than I had anticipated), some people clicked on Jess’s blog to find this blog, the top post was ‘im tired of being me’, and these are the search terms used to find the blog:

man who prays to be rescued from flood
types of men to avoid
god flood rowboat
flood prays to god story

Imagine, an innocent soul in search of spiritual enlightenment clicked on a search engine link to this blog and discovered instead that he has to settle for the incorrigible rantings of a college chick.

Well, at least I can tell him this: God exists.

*cue raised eyebrows from I-beg-to-differ’s*

*that argument needs to be stored for a future religious-undertoned entry, which may or may not materialise depending on my church-going frequency, which fluctuates from Christmases to every-other-Sunday*

Yes, back to the blog stats. I checked on today’s search terms and these came out:

“all grown up and nowhere to go”
fiim individual project                      –> LOL

And then a few days back…

3 types of women men should avoid –> in for a surprise
name of singapore universities

But mostly, they are variations of the flood story:

story of man in flood waiting on god
man who prays to be rescued from flood
the flood god story rescue


Maybe it’s because of the catchy rhyme. God, flood, boat. Godfloodboat. BoatfloodGod. FloodfloodboatGodflood. GodGodboatfloodGodboatfloodGodboat.

So what search term did you use?


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