Now, there’s a pie I really would say “bye-bye” to

To the person who Googled "accidental vagina pie," I want to apologize to you for getting this blog. This can't possibly be what you were hoping to find.

I am baffled, pervy Google searcher, at what accidental vagina pie IS. I mean, how do you make that by accident? You'd think you'd notice.

Anyway, best of luck to you on your search.

24 thoughts on “Now, there’s a pie I really would say “bye-bye” to

  1. Hey June, I just went and voted again and you will never believe it! They put the nominees in order according to the number of votes!!! You are right up there on the top row.
    Happy 4th of July to you and all your readers!

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  2. OK. Ick. Now, onto something more urgent… how do I punctuate “blown-up-limbs-free Fourth of July” in the context of “I hope you don’t blow up any of your limbs this Fourth of July”?
    I guess this would have made a better “Ask June” entry, but time is of the essence as I am wishing people on my blog a “blown-up-limbs-free Fourth of July” and want to do so properly. And you, Dear June, are my grammar/punctuation go-to gal.
    http://shanaob.blogspot.com/2009/07/what-holiday.html

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  3. This is the best thing ever. Cracks me up! I get a lot of people searching for “cheeseburger crotch.” Which, trust me, I have NEVER talked about.
    Can I tell you how happy I am to have met you? You’re cracking me up.

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  4. Yes, Linda. In my sitemeter I can see how people were referred to me. But it only shows you, like, 100 readers at a time, so if I got 100 an hour, after an hour I wouldn’t be able to see it anymore. I just got lucky with Mr. Vage Pie.

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  5. And how did you find this out? Is there some kind of tool bloggers use to see how someone came to their blog?

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  6. I laughed so hard when I read this. It’s a truncated search for something you really don’t want to search for. I *swear* I only found this out when I was laughing so hard my husband made me read it out loud to him. Isn’t he just full of useful internet knowledge? Geeze, I really wish I could take back the last few bits of our conversation.

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  7. Too funny!!
    I came from Chatting at the Sky b/c we both recommended The Hour I First Believed to Emily. I read it a couple weeks ago – took me two day. fantastic. I saw your comment so I know you read She’s Come Undone, but if you haven’t read his other book I Know This Much is True, you HAVE to!
    Okay, I’m done bossing around strangers now.
    Happy weekend!

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