Thursday, March 10, 2011

This month's search-engine visits

feral babies pics..................24
wols...............................16
lion man...........................12
touch gland exudation..............10
lion................................6
cortoon pictured of rotten teeth....4
riddled.............................4
18th century france health posters..3
elephant on bicycle.................3
fran radziwill......................3

This will be a big disappointment for Another Kiwi, who had high hopes for the search terms "Miss Busty Monthly". On the other hand, we are still the top-ranked hit for searches on touch gland exudation and 18th century france health posters. Number 1!! #1!!! #1!!

At Riddled we pride ourselves on responding to whatever the traffic may be seeking, and have "The Customer is King" as company motto (on account of "Don't be Evil" being already taken).* So here are AK and Smut showing off our new non-rotten self-sharpening teeth from Cortoon Industries, made using only the finest dogfish-dental-placode implants.

"Always accept corporate cash for product placement" is so not the company motto.

* Adopted after a prolonged and argumentative session of brainstorming fuelled by Irish cream liqueurs, due to a fundamental misunderstanding of the phrase "motte & bailey". Apparently the plural of "motto" is actually "motti". We regret the error.
We also have a company limerick, and a company anthem that is similar in many ways to the Ball of Kerrymuir, but I digress.


Despite the resemblance to AK, this man is no relation.

Expect further episodes of "Public-Health Posters of the Late 18th Century" momentarily.

10 comments:

ckc (not kc) said...

..."The customer is evil"

(works for me)

ckc (not kc) said...

"wols" was invented from the word slow. it is said to mean (by the founder of "wols") a person/object that is far from acceptable. "Wols" can be easily defined, as a closely related insult to "Retard" or "Spastic". Yet it doesn't mean mentally disabled, just a random/spontaneous insult, which originally has no meaning - but people still take great affence by it. And of coarse, "wols" can also be closely related to the insult of calling some one "slow" (which is basically the same as what was spoken prior)
Fukn hell, that is a wols choice of gear.

Man, that cunt is fukn wols ay.

That is the most wols statement i have ever heard.

and so on..........

(usw)

Substance McGravitas said...

At Riddled we pride ourselves on responding to whatever the traffic may be seeking, and have "The Customer is King"

I'd like ten dollars. Thanks in advance!

Another Kiwi said...

WhyTF do people look up lion man and find us?
This is all tigris's furry friends I expect.
I would not expect Miss Busty Monthly to be there because it is a classy publication

Smut Clyde said...

"The Customer is King"
I'd like ten dollars. Thanks in advance!


Into the tumbril with him!

vacuumslayer said...

The one on the right is clearly thinking of watermelons

vacuumslayer said...

I'd like ten dollars.

Not really a kingly sum

vacuumslayer said...

"The customer is evil"

Hey...you don't even know me.

mikey said...

As one of Riddled's leading evil customers, I don't really care about ten dollars. I'm not even sure how much that is in American money. Antipodean monetary policy may very well be oxymoronic, in that the currency is based on the oxycontin standard.

No, I'd like some'a those righteous teeth. I'd like to think they're modular, and you just snap in a replacement when a disagreement results, once again, in the heartbreak of a broken bicuspid. For that matter I'd like some of the Irish Cream Liqueur, please.

I might also need a Touch Gland transplant. Mine doesn't seem to produce the volume of exudation it used to when I was a young man. Or maybe there's a little blue pill for that - or can I just trade this coinage for some oxycontin?

Lastly, I'd like one'a those bangin weaponized zorbs from that post upstairs. That'd be the last time I'd have to wait for the railroad crossing arms to rise on their own...

Trevor said...

Too many exclamation marks in there. Sure sign of a sick mind