The Daily Prompt has challenged Word Press bloggers to analyze their top 3-5 posts and find a connection between them.
Since The Eye Life was hatched, here are the top 5 posts:
|The Little Piggie That Should Have Stayed Home||2,835|
|My Lunch Bucket List||1,321|
|Youse Guys Ever Eat at Five Guys?||1,002|
For those that don’t feel like clicking through the links, The Little Piggie That Stayed Home is a light-hearted post about my experience having several toe nails surgically removed. I am a runner, and this activity is apparently hard on toenails. But I think the number of hits has nothing to do with HUMOR or RUNNING, but rather visitors are brought there by Google Images–there is a picture of cute little toes decorated to look like piggies. This picture has also been linked to Pinterest. There are also before and after photos of my feet but I’m pretty sure that is NOT what has driven traffic to that page.
My Lunch Bucket List is a post based on a Facebook posting of 100 Things One Should Eat Before You Die, which may include some things which might cause me to die if I actually tried to eat them. The article is humorous and the title is an amusing play on Bucket List (things to do before you die) and Lunch Bucket (which implies foods.) Get it? Whatever.
Youse Guys Ever Eat At Five Guys is an amusing tale of my trip to Five Guys where I’m pretty sure there were a couple of women working. This confused me, but I am easily confused. Search terms that bring one here are led by FIVE GUYS. Go figure.
Signature Moment is my tribute to our founding fathers and always gets a blip of hits on July Fourth. GO FIGURE!
Seriously, if the Congrefs of today was meeting to pass this resolution, we all know what that would mean. We’d still be British citizens. God Save the Queen!
And lastly Sponge Boobs, which has nothing to do with boobs as a synonym for female anatomy, but probably benefits from searches for said anatomical parts, is about a study that showed that four year olds who watch just nine minutes of Sponge Bob (that’s two episodes minus the commercials) experienced learning difficulties. I know! I watched an entire Sponge Bob Marathon one day–but I did it at a Holiday Inn Express!
It should be quite clear what the connection is here between these posts.
They were all posted on this blog.
I’m sorry. I’ve got nothing else.
It’s a humor blog, so I guess they have that in common.
Two are about food. The rest, not so much.
Oh, and they all made this post about stats! So they’ve got that going for them too.