My Forum of Bloggy Frivolity

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Jami Gold entertained us a few months back with a fabulous post on what we could learn from spam, and I just wanted to say thanks. Whereas before I’d just browse my spam folder, giving each piece a glance to see it was valid, things have changed.

NOW it’s the Forum of Bloggy Frivolity.

I’m having a kickass time in the Spam folder these days. (As if I didn’t have enough to keep me entertained.)

I mean, there’s the usual compliments like:
I’ve scoured hundreds of blogs and have never found clarity like yours…

The hard to decipher comments, such as:
i am a student of higher- ranking sharp kindergarten, beginner in english ,and here i be deficient in to improve my english, i promise everybody here paucity to facilitate me

The lonely stale student who “just wants to be friends” (IYKWIM):
My name is Esar i am from Egypt,cairo. i am 18 years stale. i am not supreme in english and i hope to be talented and uplift my english in this site and i faith making friends from all countries.

I’ve been offered everything from porn to viagra…from crack to a$$ crack. I’ve even been offered cows.

Yep, that enticement went something like this:
If you would consent to visit me in my country, I will provide three cows. You will live in a grand spacious home in my city.

I kind of liked that one about the three cows…

As y’all know, I dated for a lo-o-ong time before I met my husband, and I never once had anyone offer me anything impressive like a cow. I was lucky to get a steak from some of those bozos.

And just when I thought my late-night giggle-fests couldn’t get any better…along came Leanne Shirtliffe with Search Bombing. (Click here to find out how to do it.)

It’s safe to say that Leanne and her Search Bombing posse of followers have really jazzed up the search engine terms coming into More Cowbell. This is now my #2 spot for Bloggy Frivolity.

I’ve always enjoyed the usual search terms that bring readers here:

  • nerd panties
  • dancing on a table
  • dirty computer terms
  • crochet underwear for men
  • fluffy kittens

[All things I love! I’m just sayin…]

But in the last quarter or so, things have REALLY gotten interesting, and much more creative. Now I get people searching for:

  • pantyhose bondage
  • superman cocksox
  • man with snake eyeball
  • table bought at garage sale with witch pictures in the drawer story

I don’t think my posts have changed so very much this year so I’m putting it down to Leanne’s diabolical mind. It sure does entertain me to see what brings people to my blog.

Amber West did a post on expanding our sphere of influence and being open to new people and things. Perhaps the “man with snake eyeball” is a future friend? As long as he doesn’t whip out a Superman cocksock, we should do fine.

Happy Monday, y’all!

What gives you the most Bloggy Frivolity? Is it on your own blog or someone else’s? Do you read your spam or scope out your search terms? Enquiring minds always want to know these things here at More Cowbell!


About Jenny Hansen

Avid seeker of "more"...More words, more creativity, More Cowbell! An extrovert who's terribly fond of silliness. Founding blogger at Writers In The Storm ( Write on!
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45 Responses to My Forum of Bloggy Frivolity

  1. Kasey mathews says:

    How is it you still manage to make me blush every time I come over here? Reading this post is like going out with my big sister for the night and coming home wide-eyed and full of curiosity. Off to check out my spam folder!,


    • Jenny Hansen says:

      I make you blush? How fantastic is that?? It’s great for your complexion, you know. (That means you get to brag far and wide that Jenny Hansen’s blog helps your skin!)


  2. Emma says:

    The spam comments can be a great ego boost!
    “You ought to take part in a contest for one of the best sites on the net. I’m going to recommend this site!” Why thank you Mr. Spammer 🙂


  3. K.B. Owen says:

    ROFL, Jenny! Thanks for the Monday snort-a-thon! You always know how to bring it. 😀


  4. Gene Lempp says:

    *finishes cleaning up spewed coffee* Awesome, Jen! I’m going to have to do one of these at some point. Thanks for the great laugh 🙂


  5. ROFL!!! Luv it!!! I am now going to make much closer attention to my spam files to lavish myself in compliments like yours. Heck,maybe I’ll get offered a goat or something…one can only dream!!


    • Jenny Hansen says:

      See, that’s what I’m saying!! Everybody needs a compliment once in awhile. Rather than trolling in bars or calling all your friends, you can just hit up your spam folder…. 🙂

      (Don’t tell hubby I just said that about the bars!)


  6. Reetta Raitanen says:

    Hilarious post. Thanks for directing us to Leanne’s blog. I can now check the search words people use when Googling me. My blog frivolity is checking if I have any new comments. Creating word clouds with Wordle is fun too.


  7. mliddle says:

    6yHello Jenny!
    I read your post on how you met you husband. I usually read an old post while I am here unless I write a longish reply on my thumb-keyboard! Your dating post was very sweet & I got a kick that you had a dating committee! So one of my favorite blogging frivolties is reading past posts on your blog. Other ones include past posts on Piper Bayard’s blog (, Donna Newton’s blog (, and then doing google searches with a silly word, and placing it with “blog post.”


    • mliddle says:

      I wrote this early this morning & my phone fell out of my hands and posted the comment itself. Scratch the 6y (or maybe my phone is trying to say something) and add “Monique” at the end of the comment. I think it’s an ok comment for today.

      When I read Kristen’s blog later today, I thought of you! She had a huge surprise for us!
      Thanks for everything, Jenny –


    • Jenny Hansen says:

      Oooooh! How sweet are you, Monique! i’m delighted that you’ve found so many of my fellow pals in the Love Revolution. You can’t go wrong with any of ’em. 🙂


  8. Juliana Haygert says:

    LOL so funny!
    I went through my spam folder and found stuff about religion and molested children (on the same comment) … nothing funny, actually.


    • Jenny Hansen says:

      Well, dang Juliana! Perhaps it was the stale students’ day to be somewhere else. They tend to travel in packs. You keep watching – I guarantee you’ll see some funny stuff.

      At the very least, you’ll get heaps of compliments and all the penile enlargement offers a girl could ever want.


  9. I’m not even going to check my spam folder, Jenny, because it couldn’t possibly be as hilarious as yours! Thanks for my Monday morning laugh out loud moments!


  10. Sherry Isaac says:

    I’m right there with your kitty cat and his (her) chortlesnort, Jenny!

    And, was inspired to take a look at the most recent searches bringing visitors to my blog. Nothing too interesting, and I’ve had some real snorkers, but this one was, at least, odd:

    ‘Hold tight my twist.’


    On a side note, I am happy to report that my entry has since been resent. WOOT!


  11. Stacy Green says:

    My spam folder has some pretty good ones in it. I keep them in there for a laugh. My number one search? Camel toe. Not kidding. My Camel Toe Cup article from months ago gets 100 hits a day, minimum, even on Thriller Thursdays.


    • Stacy Green says:

      To add (as I’m looking over the last thirty days): Big Assed Camel Toe, Camel Toe, Camel Toe on Men, Cameltoe girl, Camel and Women, Camletoe Famous, mens horny, girl cameltoe, cameltoe fails, camels toe (LMAO), camel too (?), camel toe solutions, camel toe food (?!), horny cameltoe.

      As you can see, spelling varies, but it’s a big click through to my site. Sigh.


      • Jenny Hansen says:

        OMG, Stacy! And you *look* so innocent…. BAHAHAHAHA! This made me laugh so hard – you poor thing. I’ll just be going back to my pantyhose bondage now…


  12. Amber West says:

    I usually tweet the more interesting google searches, but I’ve joked about doing posts where I answer some of those search questions. 🙂

    And thanks for the shout out!


  13. Ha! Nerd panties may be mine…

    As for the rest???


  14. Myndi stray sock away from insanity. says:

    *giggle, snort*


  15. Jami Gold says:

    LOL! Thanks for the link, Jenny. 🙂

    For me, spam seems to come in waves. I consistently get around 100 spam comments a day (at least), but the topics come in clumps depending on however spammers decide these things. Do they have board meetings where they all vote?

    “This month, let’s send out pleas to help us find snow removal companies in Poland!” (real spam) or “No, this month, let’s send out really long comments analyzing the world’s economy!” (also real) How do they come up with that and why do they all send out similar messages at the same time? #InquiringMinds

    My favorite is no longer a contest, however. My “while this is a low-class hornet’s snuggery” spam comment inspired me to write a story that might be published. You can’t beat that. 🙂


  16. LOL! Love it, Jenny. I peak at my search terms occasionally. Usually they’re weirder than my currents, which include balloon fit pants for men. Hmm…


  17. Julie Glover says:

    I never look at my search engine terms, but after this post I peeked. Why did someone come to my blog from “antibiotic shot butt”? I have no idea. Funny stuff, Jenny.


  18. Jenny, I’m wearing my nerd panties and dancing on the table… oh, wait a minute… Great stuff Jenny.


    • Jenny Hansen says:

      I saw you up there in the orange pair with big google eyes on the behind. You don’t see me in the purple pair with the picture of Spock on the back??!

      I’m on the 6-top across the room, singing “Black Coffee in Bed” by Squeeze. I’m shaking poor Spock so hard, he’s gonna have a Vulcan hangover!


  19. Superman Cocksox! I love trolling my spam folder and the search terms. They always crack me up, but I have to say that I’m super jealous you got offered three cows. AND a spacious living area. Damn. That guy has got it going on!

    What a fabulous post to read before bedtime. Now I’ll have some interesting dreams for sure. Thanks! IYKWIM


  20. Oh, I’m curious with the man with a snake eyeball. How far does he see things?


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