In celebration of nothing much in particular, let’s have a look at the most popular search terms that have brought readers to Out On Blue Six over the last six months. As opposed to the most weird search terms, which would have to include ‘alison hannigan as tits out jester’, ‘break dancing citrus spring teacher’, ‘andrew whittam goes to liverpool youtube’, ‘mr pastry sorting mail’, ‘catherine tate arse spanked with a cricket bat’, ‘ current affairs from september 1 to 31,2′, and, erm, ‘randall and hopkirk ringtone from 1960′…
Charles And Eddie
‘Nobody remembers them’, was the underlying theme of the post looking at the strange career of pop’s premier two-man outfit whose heads were larger than their legs. Obviously this is not the case.
Smoother Than The Cream In A Twinkie
Wrangler’s contribution to The Worst Adverts In The World… Ever! has clearly seeped into the collective subconscious in a way viral marketing could never hope to match. Word up!
Sweet Gingerbread Man
Still no sign of The Magic Garden Of Stanley Sweetheart on DVD, unfortunately, but lets hope that those who were searching for its title song enjoyed the renditions by a bontempi organ, Ed & Oucho and some coppers.
Stopped Watching Heroes
Oh have you now. And I suppose you’re keen to tell the world how great you are for thinking some phwoarsome blonde girl shooting electricity from her hands is ‘unrealistic’ and liking Realtime Homicide Casebook DSV instead, are you? Well, think again…
Note the quotation marks, clearly designed to help distinguish him from any other Neil Hannons accused of stealing snakes.
To anyone looking for the name of that amazing track from last Sunday’s Freakzone but ending up with a load of waffle about Ultra Quiz and Mayors eating chips in the bath, I can only apologise.
Catherine Tate Tits
When you find what you’re looking for, please let us know…
Lead Singer Of Techno Band thewomb has enjoyed a surprising surge in popularity of late, probably more so than he’s ever generated through his music. Doubtless this is due to his CD:UK-style infiltration of far too many posts to mention, though this one remains a particular favourite for some reason.
Waitresses Christmas Wrapping
Shock as Out On Blue Six becomes the internet’s premier resource for a popular and widely heard hit of the eighties that is still transatlantically inescapable for four weeks of every year. Shop here for all your Waltham Green East Wapping Carpet Cleaning Rodent & Boggit Extermination Association needs too!
Top Buxom TV Gardener Where You Could Never Quite Decide Whether She Was Attractive Or Not proves, via some nonsense about the old Gardener’s World theme music, that she’s still capable of pulling ‘em in. And pushing ‘em out, boom boom.
Lord alone knows what they were looking for, but they ended up at that photo of Santa Eve Myles all the same…
Fans of 2007′s winner of What’s On TV Award For Top TV Jerk In A TV Show flock here in their millions after some loony American decides that Zachary Quinto’s Songs From Space is not a throwaway joke but in fact very real indeed.
It seems there are a great many people out there in search of the true ‘meaning’ of Don McLean’s lyrics. Few if any will have realised how heavily this ‘meaning’ involves Andrew Collins.
Large Hadron Particle Collider
As we all know, what actually happened was that it sort of spluttered and fell over singing Blur’s Beagle 2. Whereas what should have happened was this…
Wow – who’d have thought that thirty seconds of David Mitchell sniggering at Rolf Harris singing a mental song about Napoleon would have generated such genuine interest? But it has, and judging from the number of emails that keep rolling in asking for a copy of the song, the ‘people’ in ‘reissues’ are very much missing a trick. So popular was this Not Quite So Lazy YouTube Embed that it very nearly toppled the search result that’s still way out in front…
Eve Myles Tits
Don’t know what you’re talking about.