“Anything too stupid to be spoken is sung.”–Voltaire
If Voltaire were alive today, he would have said “anything too stupid to be spoken is Googled.”
And with that missive, folks, it’s time for another thrilling rendition of Search Term Haiku. To recap, this feature was inspired by blogger Elkement when she created search term poetry on her blog, Theory and Practice of Trying to Combine Just Anything. She suggested I try my hand at it, and I did her one better. I created search term Haiku, which must abide by the following rules:
- Every phrase must come from search terms actually used to find this blog, per my WordPress stats page.
- The poems must follow the accepted Anglicized format of the traditional Japanese art form: three lines of 5, 7 and 5 syllables respectively.
- Each line must constitute an actual individual search term phrase, verbatim. The only changes allowed are punctuation and truncation. (Phrases may be taken from within search terms).
- Words may not be changed or rearranged. Typos and misspellings must not be corrected.
The poems below have all been created using search terms that have appeared on my WordPress stats page since the last Search Term Haiku post in January of this year. It should be noted: adding stories to this blog about my life as the husband of a veterinarian has opened up a whole new world of gross search terms. I did not make these up, I swear it. Enjoy.
What does poop look like?
Images found on Facebook
When you have pinworms
Why is the sky plue*?
To Teach Physics to Your Dog
Mark Sacler* part 3
When you have enough quotes
Rat and pig cartoon
Dog eats brillo pad
At subatomic level
Small lazy black dog
The wife of Luffy
* SIC (typos reproduced accurately.)