I highly enjoy checking the stats on my blog.
For example, 52 people have already read my blog this morning. I can also tell you where they're from, how long they stayed, and what they clicked on while visiting.
The best part? Discovering what led them to my blog. More importantly, how some people stumbled across this blog.
This morning, alone, people have found my blog by Google-ing the following. I only hope they found what they were looking for:
"how to write cool about myself" (This is precisely how to write cool about yourself. Thank you for stopping).
"34b breasts" (You will have to pay to see them. We talk about breasts a lot here).
"unprotected sex with sis in law" (Gosh, I don't know what to say. I'm blushing. Oh. Wait. I don't have a sister-in-law).
"conversation of things in the bedroom" (And also conversations about unprotected sex and 34b breasts).
"how to play bar dice" (No, I don't know how to play).
"jason mraz girlfriend" (I'm flattered, but no, not his girlfriend).
"conversation Asking directions" (Are you lost?)
"conversation with myself" (Yes, hello. At your service).
"I love your skin, I want to wear it to my birthday party" (Only if I'm invited to your birthday party).
"long pinky nails greek" (smelly toe nails italian. I don't know, I've got nothin').
"Chuck Norris is so fast, he can run around the world and punch himself in the back of the head" (You're right! He is!)
Oh, I will forever be amused by this. I love the Internet.