Maraka: your search terms

March 29, 2007 at 6:34 pm Leave a comment

It seems my embed post of the SNL TV Funhouse “Maraka” short is the most popular “destination” post since the Bride Wigout thing back in January. Check out just some of the search terms that are bringing people to it:

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funhouse if mittens
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TV Funhouse Maraka “free will”
snl freewill
maraka and mittens
u tube maraka saturday night live
if mittens saved baby
dora spoof Utube
dora the explorer spoof saturday night l
mittens really have free will maraka
if mittens chose to save a baby penguin
if mittens saved penguin beliefs free wi
“if mittens chose to save baby penguin”
if mittens chose to save baby penguin be
and mittens beliefs are not in his direc
“does mittens” “have free will”
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“does mittens really have free will?”
do you know why my father left me maraka
mittens maraka “free will”

That’s just a fraction of them. Anyway, a guaranteed way to bring traffic to your blog is to embed or link to a recent SNL sketch. The same thing happened with my post of Drew Barrymore’s 80s workout, from early February.


Entry filed under: blogs, comedy, humor, pop culture, SNL, TV, web 2.0, YouTube.

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