Wednesday, February 13, 2008

5 Weirdest Google Searches to End up in this Blog

Hi there, this is not SEO bullshit, it's just my TOP 5 of Weirdest Google Searches to End Up in This (Development) Blog (gathered from google analytics):

(5) How we solved huge doprdown list loading - I would have never thought that someone could eventually look for this in these terms; what's the probability anyway that someone will try to stuff 10K records into a dropdown list as faced in this post --> How to fix Performance Problems - guidelines ? Sure we're living in a world of butchers. Anyway the answer they were looking for: you don't solve it, you just take off the page the damn thing. But the most interesting answer here is: why in hell would someone search in google for the words 'HOW WE SOLVED'? Jeez.

(4) hate Crystal Reports - Ok, I know Crystal Reports is not exactly popular (and I am not a fan myself --> 6 good reasons to hate Crystal Reports), but, again, I didn't know there was enough hatred out there to make people search for this. Some serious thinking to do here.

(3) PHP "Design Patterns" bad idea - This guy is a genious, whoever he is. Maybe he went "mmm everyone's talking about Design Patterns, let's check out on google if it's a bad idea to use'em with PHP", or maybe not, but anyway this search makes his way to the third position. He eventually ended up with the post Design Patterns you use without knowing them.

(2) how to fucking pass an xml document to fucking javascript - The guy is obviously screaming for help here; looks like someone is forcing him to pass XML to a fucking Javascript, but I wouldn't be surprised if they were brute-forcing him to use Javascript as well. Anyway he ended up with the XML Loading post and hopefully we made his day. How about this: how to friggin pass a fucked up const ref to shit language C# motherfucking function.

(1) butchering a human being - This is simply put the best way ever to end up in a development blog. What were they looking for and why did they come in? Maybe they did think this might have been a snuff development blog. Anyway, was someone somewhere about to be butchered? Gosh.

People sure are strange, developers sure are stranger than that.


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5 comments:

carlo said...

very funny :)

Sam said...

Butchering a human being?....

That sounds painful.

Johnny Idol said...

Sure it does ...

Anonymous said...

Blocking right click on your site is gay, I just disabled JS and it works. But what's the damn point?

Johnny Idol said...

there's no damn point, it is just to piss people off - right click is not blocked anyway, after the alert the right click menu shows up!