One of the great things about having a blog is reading the search engine terms that lead people to my blog. Some are unsurprising, such as “healthy eating in college,” but others are really random and ridiculous. Last year, I read the funny ones to my roommate from time to time and she always got a kick out of them, so I decided it’s time to share a few of them with you.
Not surprisingly, most of them involve food and/or running. Also not surprisingly, quite a few of them involve Chipotle. Unfortunately, I don’t think most of these people found what they were looking for here before…but that changes today.
“the monster cookie with squash”
When I first started blogging, I wrote an entire post about my distaste for squash, and since then I’ve also written about how much I love monster cookies. So if you’re looking for a monster cookie recipe that includes squash, I’m afraid I can’t help.“heat literally kills me when running”
Oh, dear! I happened to write a whole post about that.
“Can I eat durian if my iron level is low?”
I’m sure you could, but the better question is, why would you want to? “if i dont get enough sleep i eat like crazy”
Me too, friend, me too.
“how do i get big muscles”
I’m not the best person to consult about how to get big muscles, but if I had to make a guess, I’d say something about going to the gym and protein powder?
“restaurant students girls eating”
If you’re asking where female students like to eat, the answer is Chipotle. Always Chipotle. “explain which of the two fruits, banana or avocado, would be better to eat just before running a race”
I haven’t tried it before a race, but I’m guessing NOT the avocado.
“vegan beans and olives”
“best roasted cauliflower of your life”
Ooh, ooh, I know the answer to this one! Make this cauliflower. Your life will never be the same.“Chipotle for pre run meal”
I love chipotle, I love running, and I love meals, but that sounds like a terrible combination .
“sweet potato monster cookies”
What is it with people wanting to put vegetables in their monster cookies?“addiction counselor job in nakuru”
As much as I’d love to help, I don’t think I can find a job for you in Kenya. Or America, for that matter.
I’m no doctor, but I’m fairly certain it’s not very possible (or at least it was for me!).