Weird Search Terms #2

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It’s time to comment again on weird search terms that people have used to get to my blog.  This is fun!  I’ll have to do it regularly.

1.)  “The advantages of lobotomy” — Apparently we have a lot of Dr. Frankensteins out there.  This one comes up rather frequently.  Instead of desiring to give someone a piece of their mind, perhaps some people ought to learn that song that the scarecrow in The Wizard of Oz sings — If I Only Had a Brain!  Personally, I think I would prefer to keep all the brain I’ve got.  I just wish it functioned a little better than it does, at times.

2.)  “Where to buy sauerkraut in Wisconsin” — I have news for non-Wisconsinites: we buy our sauerkraut in the same place everyone else does — in the grocery store.  We find it in the canned vegetable aisle.  Or, we buy nice sterile bags of it in the meat department, next to the pork.  Boring, but true.  Hardly any of us fix it up in the back yard in a rain barrel.  We don’t go to a kraut factory, like foreigners do for their cheese curds.  By the way, once you’ve opened sauerkraut, you can keep it in your refrigerator for at least six months without noticing any sign of decay.  That’s because it is already as decayed as it is ever going to get.  Even molds don’t want any part of it.  I know.  I’ve done it.

3.)  “What should I buy at rummage sales?” — Is this a trick question or what?  You need help in figuring out what to buy at rummage sales?  You buy what you want and leave the rest.  If you have money just burning a hole in your pocket, and you don’t know how to spend it, ask the old lady next to you what she’s going ga-ga over, and then snatch it out of her hands and run for it.  The thrill of the chase will give you both a buzz.  Buy extremely ugly things and give them to your kids and grandkids for Christmas.  Some people make life too hard!

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