Search Terms

So this is a weird story guys. Brace yourselves. I felt like this outfit felt familiar when I wore it twice in the past two weeks but I brushed it off. Then as I was sitting here, looking at the images, it dawned on me why it felt so familiar. I have worn this outfit before.  (Yes, I had to reference my own blog archives to figure out what I have worn. Please tell me this is totally normal) Why do I know this? Because this skirt is what gets me the search term “Short skirt in wind” from a LOT of creepers over in France. Yes, the last time I wore this I was talking about how this skirt flew up and exposed my booty to a bunch of people at a convenience store. I was really young and naive (Okay, a year younger but I’ve totally become wiser in a year.) and didn’t realize that sharing embarrassing and funny stories were indexed by search engines. I didn’t know how to check for my search terms then so I never knew my wind up my skirt story was such a success in France. 
Gingham and floral print mixing// The Adored Life

Gingham and floral print mixing// The Adored Life

Gingham and floral print mixing// The Adored Life

Gingham and floral print mixing// The Adored Life

Gingham and floral print mixing// The Adored Life
Shirt: American Eagle (similar)
Skirt: Banana Republic (similar) (similar)
Shoes: Gianni Binni (similar) (similar)
Bag: Kate Spade (almost identical
Polish: Essie (exact)

So for a while I totally thought that the reason this post was popular was because I have killer print mixing skills and am funny and all that. Then I wised up and realized that no, people are pervs and basically just want to see short skirts in the wind. Specifically French ones. 
So what are the weirdest terms that have caused people to find your blog? I know one person who had “large boobs in white shirt” be a term. “Peanut butter addiction” over at Design Eat Repeat has happened but we all know that makes sense.