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Impregnant women and pedavore Hillary: Another terrible search term extravaganza

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By David Futrelle

People find their way to this blog in a wide variety of ways — through mentions on other blogs or in the press, from discussions on Reddit, through my posts on Facebook and Twitter. But a surprising number of visitors get here through weird search queries that have only the most tenuous connections with anything ever discussed here on We Hunted the Mammoth.

So let’s take another stroll through some of the more unexpected search queries that have led people to WHTM over the past year or so.

I always feel a bit sorry for these people; they must be so disappointed when they get here. Imagine typing in an innocent query like “hillary clinton pedavore” or “how to impregnant women with out them knowing it” (both real queries I’ve run across) and ending up, well, here, where no answers on these pressing issues can be found.

Naturally, this being the internet, many of the weirder queries have to do with sexual fetishes — or at least I’m assuming that’s what these are.

girls hairy armpit images

women who wear their hair in a bun

whitewomen who were their hair in a bun

breasts star wars

fat girl and cars

cassie jaye feet

I’ve left out some of the cruder examples; you can imagine how much worse it gets.

I’m not sure if this one represents a fetish or a complaint:

british women ass smell

I can only hope this next one is not a fetish, or a real thing even.

penis in a cat

Obviously the only penis that should ever be in a cat should belong to another cat.

There are a surprising number that relate to castration, and which seem to represent both sides of the “is castration good” debate, which apparently is a thing.

don’t want no short dick man castrate him

feminists castrating men for fun tumblr

castration is love

I’m not going to investigate this particular topic any further and I’m going to try to forget I saw any of these.

There are some queries so full of typos I’m shocked they led to any websites at all, much less this one.

hu hunted rge mannoth

stormy danielle claim the trip has small penis

But alongside all these crude and badly mangled queries, there are some, however weird, that I think deserve some sort of answer. And so, as a public service to anyone who finds this blog through search queries like the following ones, I’m going to try my best to answer them

do people who masterbate hands become soft

No.

girls who fart lose attraction

Possibly? It really depends on the size and frequency of the farts.

feminists secretly want what attractive women want

You mean like happy and fulfilling lives, good jobs, partners who love and respect them, no one to assume that feminists and attractive women are distinct categories, that sort of thing? Yes.

male feminists are pussies

No, male feminists OWN pussies, like the one pestering me for dinner right now.

what accounts for increase in female beastiality

I don’t think that’s a thing, dude.

is robot good or bad

I don’t know, dude, I really just don’t know. Honestly, I think about this all the time. I guess we’ll know when the singularity is here.

But enough depressing talk. Happily, there are some weird queries that I have actually written about here, and I’m happy to remind everyone of the answers to them right now.

freddie mercury cats

Yes, yes, yes. FREDDIE MERCURY CATS. I got your FREDDIE MERCURY CATS right here.

matt forney reservoir dogs

A reference to one of the greatest videos ever made. Alas, it has been pulled from the internet. But you can still see it in its entirely, albeit in a shrunken-down form, with commentary from Hbomberguy.

You can find an explanation for this weird bit of alt-right cinema in my post here, alongside the original Reservoir Dogs sequence and, for some reason, a video of a capybara eating celery.

This brings my survey of weird search terms to a close. Any questions?

For more weird search queries, check out the related videos below.

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Lumipuna
Lumipuna
1 year ago

Dalillama:

Pedavore implies that she devours feet. Or possibly teachers.

I was also thinking this. But then again, probably Clinton did sometimes have some foot-in-the-mouth incidents?

Cat Mara
Cat Mara
1 year ago

@Naglfar:

I was never bothered by the name

Nor I tbh though I often felt foolish saying the name to people. Unfortunately, as the FAQ on the Glimpse site points out, “gimp” is an ableist slur for people with learning disabilities in some parts of the English-speaking world, which is altogether more problematic than the sexual connotations it might have. Plus, as they also point out, a lot of organisations won’t sanction its use (despite it being free software) because of the perceived unprofessionalism of the name.

@Mabret:

Maybe I’m just used to it, but I never found GIMP’s interface particularly difficult. Blender, on the other hand…

Me neither, though I had prior experience of Photoshop and even worked for Corel for my sins back in the 90s so I was familiar with the idioms of graphic software– but I’m not sure how representative my experience is. My biggest issue with GIMP is that, like any piece of software, open source or proprietary, that’s been around as long as it has been, it has accreted features willy-nilly which have been added to the user interface in ways that didn’t really have a “big picture” behind them.

I’m with you on Blender, though: I think I looked at it around the time it was open-sources and noped right out. It’s obviously an incredibly powerful package and you can produce amazing work with it, but its learning curve is steep. Though I imagine that is going to be true of any 3D modeling package with a comparable feature set…

Moggie
Moggie
1 year ago

@Cat Mara:

I’m with you on Blender, though: I think I looked at it around the time it was open-sources and noped right out. It’s obviously an incredibly powerful package and you can produce amazing work with it, but its learning curve is steep. Though I imagine that is going to be true of any 3D modeling package with a comparable feature set…

As a rank beginner at Blender, I’m not going to pretend to experience I don’t have. But if you haven’t looked at it for a while, it might be worth your while to give it another try: in 2.80, they’ve done a lot of work on the UI.

Naglfar
Naglfar
1 year ago

@Cat Mara

My biggest issue with GIMP is that, like any piece of software, open source or proprietary, that’s been around as long as it has been, it has accreted features willy-nilly which have been added to the user interface in ways that didn’t really have a “big picture” behind them.

I agree. That’s where the confusion comes from for me. Too many buttons without an overarching theme or order. Then again, I have very limited experience with graphic design so that might have something to do with it.

Jenora Feuer
Jenora Feuer
1 year ago

Regarding Blender, my understanding is that it was developed at a studio that was doing a lot of 3D work, and (originally, at least) optimized to their specific workflow before they decided they could release it openly. So if you were either new or used to doing things in some other way, it was a pain to use.

And with respect to weird Free/Libre/Open Source Software acronyms, I’ve always had a soft spot for the ‘Salt’ library, which is short for Networking and Cryptography Library, or NaCl.

Of course, the Python wrapper for it is ‘pinnacle’, or PyNaCl.