It is once again time for Fun With Search Engines, the weekly site report where I take a look at some of the words and phrases that visitors to my site typed into various search engines. This FWSE report is for the week beginning May 6th and ending May 12th. As always, these are all real searches. Ready or not, here it comes…

1. november rain why the girl dies – She kills herself, and if I recall correctly, she does it with the gun she took from Axl in the “Don’t Cry” video.

2. girls fucking anything – Now see, that’s just stupid. There are certain things I would NEVER want to watch a girl fuck, like a skunk. Or my best friend.

3. beat a boy and his blob – Okay:

4. nes game magic kid and animals – Based on your rather limited description, I’m going to guess you’re thinking of Little Nemo: The Dream Master, one of Capcom’s many NES classics. If you’re not, you should be.

5. how are bruce lee and forest law alike – They laugh alike, they walk alike, at times they even talk alike! You can lose you your mind…

6. best snes pool game – Oh man, it sure is hard trying to find the best SNES pool game. I mean, just think of all the choices you have: Championship Pool, Side Pocket, or Super Billiard. There’s no fucking way you could possibly PLAY ALL THREE AND DECIDE WHICH ONE YOU LIKE THE BEST, now is there? Of course not, you lazy fuck.

7. dorothy lemay nude – She’s a porn star! She’s never NOT nude!

8. pepsi failed products – I’m pretty sure we can safely add Pepsi Summer Mix to the long list of failed Pepsi products.

9. nes point and clicking games – Since the NES didn’t have a mouse, it didn’t technically have any any point and click adventure games. However it did have versions of classic PC point and click games such as Uninvited, Shadowgate, Deja Vu, Maniac Mansion, and King’s Quest 5. But on the NES, they weren’t so much “point and click” games as they were “clumsily drag a cursor across the screen using your Nintendo controller” games.

10. fat old nannys fucking – BARF.

This FWSE has ended. Go in peace to love and serve pop culture.

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