Tuesday, October 03, 2006

I posted this photo because everone is looking for love, and I think, but I'm not sure, that the love is right there in her eyes. If you're stopping by here the first time, from BlogAdvance, or perhaps some random search, I decided to compile a list of my most popular stories, at least among that digital entity known as the "search engine." The list probably wouldn't convince anyone human to stay, but here it is, just the same, along with the search terms that found the stories.

1. strip poker (Story #89)

2. hair fetish (Story #84)

3. lolita island, lolita queen, lolita feet, underaged lolitas, etc. (Story #29)

Sometimes people actually found my blog searching for Indeterminacy or Synchronicity, and lately, my post for Whitlow Awareness Week is moving up in the search ranks (which means my campaign for awareness was a success!), but the above three pages are always among the last 100 hits. The really crazy searches like "extremely naked gymnastics"??? which should have gone here would be a subject for another post...


Jamie Dawn said...

It has been awhile since I stopped by here.

The girl certainly does look like she cares for whoever it is who is taking the photo.

I enjoy your comments as S.A.C.A.D.A. over at Doug's place.

Tom & Icy said...

My sister, Lula, had that look in her eyes when she talked about you. Little Indie was on my site. I still keep thinking about that story you wrote about a girl singer who went other places while she sang her songs on stage. You have a great touch with stories, and with the girls too, I bet!

Indeterminacy said...

Jamie: It's always nice to have you visit here - don't worry if you haven't been by in a while. It's what everyone is going through. The more we blog, the more blogs we find out about and it becomes impossible to visit them all. I'm not sure what to say about this Kid from SACADA going around making all these comments. He seems to have taken on a life of his own. I hope he doesn't reveal any childhood secrets about myself.

Lammy: Lula was really something else - I liked all her photos. I even used one for a story once. I'm happy you liked that story - it was one of those sudden inspirations which poured out onto paper. I'm glad it could also be enjoyed.

Jay said...

I look forward to exploring these.

Indeterminacy said...

Thanks Jay. I hope there is something there to be discovered.

The Mushroom said...

Some people are looking for love in all the wrong places....

She kept a sign out front of her house for that purpose, to assist in getting the seekers to her door. The sign on her bedroom door however said "You Are Here -- Caviat Emptor" because it was up to the wanderer to decide if this was a good thing or not.

The painting of the Argonauts meeting the sirens over her bed should have been a clue.

Cie Cheesemeister said...

I don't know why I didn't start doing this sooner. Its a lot of fun and gives me a chance to write without getting bogged down in seriousness and expectations! Here's my story to go with the picture. :-)
Anna was making a cake for the church bake sale when she discovered that she didn't have enough flour. So she went to see Joe across the street, who had admired her for the entire three years since she'd moved into the neighborhood. Anna had always given cursory waves and friendly smiles, but she had never come for a visit. Joe was sure that the spell he'd gotten from the old gypsy Mystic Zenia was finally working and Anna had fallen in love with him.
Joe slicked back his hair with an extra handful of Brylcreem for good measure, trying to brush a few extra strands over the bald spot. He was blushing fiercely and breathless when Anna knocked, but he tried to play it cool.
"C-can I h...h....help you, Anna?" he spluttered, feeling as if at any minute his churning stomach might fall out onto the floor as he melted into a steaming, horrific puddle of goo.
Anna smiled sweetly as these golden words flowed from her full, luscious lips.
"Hi, Joe. I was wondering if I might borrow a cup of flour from you."

Indeterminacy said...

Cheesemeister! Damn, you're right. That's exactly the way a girl would look after turning someone into a steaming, horrific puddle of goo. It's such a cool story! Two people moving towards their respective destinies...

I wasn't going to write a story to this - I considered it just an interlude, but now I want to!

Anonymous said...

ha ha,
these were great.

I swear I posted here earlier in the week.

Indeterminacy said...

Hey Cooper: No other comment showed up :-( sometimes blogger swallows them. I'm glad you liked this post, and the stories attached to them. I figured everyone else has a search term post so I had to do one too. Sometimes the search hits are really bizarre.

At the moment I have:

erotic description on lips leprechaun ass wishes
funny story about a pencil
vines wrapping girls
fingernail infections pictures

And I remember seeing these relatively often:

sudden break-ups
alien impregnate

I guess the moral of the story is, if you want more traffic, write about strip poker.

Buffy said...

Lovin the blog. Thanks for the compilation.