How many days have I got left?

Wasting my life away, one day at a time...

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Blogging statistics

It's been ages again...woops! I wanted to blog the other day but something freaky was going on with blogger. In the midst of my boredom, I did, however, manage to mess around and search blogger domains via google for certain phrases. **

10 results for "I am a stupid idiot" - It's good that these people are being true to themselves.
1 person says "I have sex with animals" - Just the type of thing to put down if you want to be inundated by porn comment bots :) Or er, if you really are into that kind of thing.
41 people think that "Homosexuals are gay"- wow, aren't you clever!
There are around 25,700 "I love me" cases of narcisism on blogger.
154 men say "I’m God’s gift to women".
13,000 results for "tastes like chicken" - too many things do.
2 results for "waffles rule"
8 results for "pancakes rule"
3 results for "pop tarts rule"
How can pop tarts beat waffles? They aren't even in the same league!

And finally, 183 people are letting the word know that "blogs are boring". Yay. Some vital statistics there. I do realise that theoretically I've now added one more figure on to each total of results, but I don't think my blog is google listed.

As far as school is going, it's a bit crap really, but I'd rather not complain. Ok, I'll rephrase. I don't have the energy to complain. There are so many things that we are expected to get involved in (it's all about the UCAS form) but it's really difficult being new and not exactly knowing how things will pan out over the next few weeks (months? years?). Like, there's this whole volunteer thing, which everybody should do, but isn't volunteering "for your local community" defeating the purpose if you don't live in Enfield County? I thought of helping out in the library for one lunchtime a week, because I did it in my last school, and it's something to do, but new people aren't even on the database yet!

*head => desk*

Oh, and here's a chemistry rhyme:

Little Johnny took a drink,
Now he shall drink no more.
For what he thought was H2O,
Was H2SO4.


  • At 7:41 pm, Blogger Ukatoton said…


    I haven't had pop-tarts in years. Haha for the statistics. Statistics rule!

    Also, the chemistry rhyme is rather roffle.

  • At 11:33 pm, Blogger Miss Waffle said…

    Pop tarts...I was never allowed them when I was younger. Something about unhealthy breakfast stuff? Psh. Obviously I improved my persuasian techniques as time went by and managed to get a box of raspberry ones. Which were pretty sick.

    Here's another chemistry thing:
    "If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate". Harharhar. I wasn't going to bother with the electron joke, because apparently, everyone's heard that. There was also a joke about waves but it was pretty looooong.

    Thanks for the comment :)

    Waffley x

  • At 1:26 am, Blogger Emlyn said…

    I wasn't allowed pop tarts either, and thank God for that. Wow, those chemisty rhymes start earlier and earlier--I remember them from 1st year chem at uni, and they were just as funny then as now.

    For what it's worth--it's just as bewildering for beginning teachers as for students. Hang in there! In a few months you'll be looking back and laughing... and a few after that, when everything's winding down and 6th form is over, you'll bemoan the fact that now, just as you finally, _finally_ get it... it's all over. Ain't life grand?

  • At 4:23 pm, Blogger Internet Street Philosopher said…

    Wow. That's why I don't like reading most people's blogs. People can be so stupid at times.

  • At 1:35 pm, Blogger Miss Waffle said…

    Educational jokes are weird :P

    How much time do you think you'd get for filling someone's bottle of water with Sulphuric Acid? Purely out of interest, of course ;)

    What makes my blog different, Street Philosopher? I'm just assuming that it is, since you've left me comments a few times, meaning that you must read it a bit.

    Waffley x


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