Spring sent me a
link describing googlewhacking,
where you take two words, type them into Google and see if you can get a
Oh, and the two words have to be real words.
My first attempt was a winner. Now, if I state what my first attempt was,
it will still show a single result until this page is indexed, then it will
no longer be googlewhackable material. But just so you know that when I did
this, it was a googlewhack:
Other ones I came up with that were winners:
scalawag and hectoring
tangerines. My attempt at apocalyptic
waldo not only turned up 725 results, but a page even mentions an Apocalyptic
The stuff you find on the web these days.
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