Okay, so I stuck a tracker on my website about a month ago, and now I can indulge my inner voyeur without getting myself arrested. This has, however, introduced me to a whole new world of bizarre and questionable Google search terms and the (I would expect) bizarre and questionable people behind them.
Most are pretty reasonable and applicable:
touching inside panties soaking
girls derty nickers with damp patch in [not mom-safe]
in side my knickers (not sure how these two hit my site, since I don't think I've ever used "knickers" in my fiction...)
steel between her legs
sitting across the office she parted her legs and showed me her [ahem] (have to credit this one--a complete sentence and every word spelled correctly)
he lightly touched her [ahem] with his tongue (again, astonishingly literate)
[coughcough] me through my panties
tear my pant with your teeth
romance thrust breasts hands (bwahaha! Why bother with filler words, let's cut to the chase, shall we?)
But other search terms give me mental images that I will never be able to scrub away, such as:
smell mom panties (oh, ewww)
.....or the one that made my eyebrows hit my hairline:
snake in my [place where no self-respecting snake would willingly go] (do I really need to comment further?)
So what do these people do when they get to my website? An astonishing number of them, even the aforementioned snake fetishist, spend between 20 minutes and a couple hours poking around, reading my free samples and looking at my bio.
Now, I've read some interesting books and seen some cool shows based on people who can read others' thoughts, and as a kid, I always figured it would be cool to have that ability. But looking at those last two search terms, I'm thinking I probably don't really want to know what's going on in people's heads. All things considered, I might just stop looking at my tracker and invest in a telescope and see what kind of normal, everyday shenanigans the people across the street get up to...