Do a Google search on Naked Knitting and it will amaze you how sites are out there.
Increase Web Hits
I've decided that I'm going to talk about naked, sex orgies regarding my day-to-day knitting so that my web site will appear in even more Google searches. Not that I ever mix the two, but the increased traffic of adolescents looking for porn sites might help me if I ever decide to go commercial with my blog.
I figure that if I add words like slut, and anal sex to my web site on a regular basis, it's bound to get the attention of the porn-starved masses who also like to knit.
Unfortunately, I can't add words that would attract the attention of the really hard core perverts, but I figure just these simple words will definitely get myself more Google attention.
Did you realize that if you put "Knitting Blog" in a Google search, mine is the first one to display? How cool is that.
I guess it helps that Google now owns Blogspot (the host of my blog).
Feel free to pepper your comments with indiscriminate sexual comments as well, since Google scans the comments for search words.
I did get a little bit more done on Ronas Hill, but not enough so that today's picture would look much different than the last picture you saw.
Here's the place that has been keeping me busy the last few weeks.
In addition to all the work I have during the day, they have also been scheduling a lot of after-hours events. Last night it was bowling.
Bowling and Knitting Don't Mix
I'm not a very good bowler. I don't own bowling shoes (unless you count the ones that look like bowling shoes). I don't own my own bowling ball.
Last night, using the only ball in the entire bowliing alley that would fit my fat fingers, I completely strained my knitting thumb.
My right thumb is bruised and swollen, which made for some painful knitting last night and this morning. It was bad enough that I had to subject myself to such a blue-collar "sport", but to have it cut into my knitting activity is just intolerable.
So this is just my warning to those would-be Pro Bowlers who also knit. Bowling can be dangerous to your knitting health.
Thursday, October 30, 2003