I decided to have a look at this web site’s server statistics – to see who’s been visiting us (from where) how long they’ve stayed at the site etc. The most interesting statistic was what phrases people used in search engines to find us. Some phrases weren’t so popular “netbt may not be loaded” while others were “hacho miso”.

What surprised me was the phrase which was number one: “makudonarudo” Seems that McDs in Japan is quite popular – even on the web.

— David

P.S. For those of you who are interested, here is the complete phrase list (from most popular to least) for the month of May. Enjoy.

  • makudonarudo
  • everywhere you look
  • soil work
  • hacho miso
  • vats
  • when in rome
  • uyoku
  • kiyomi
  • kanazawa kenrokuen
  • port moresby
  • gaikokujin torokuzumi shoumeisho
  • timbertoes
  • 410
  • photoshopped
  • tenno no tanjobi
  • morizo & kiccoro pictures
  • fridaythe13th
  • soil link
  • info@not-spam.com
  • inrared
  • ice cream truck
  • photography entry
  • ads-200
  • aichi 2005 close time
  • sheer number
  • narita luggage weight
  • ucc blend taste 117
  • why not come and check out my cam
  • coin could be stood on the edge
  • the rituals of dinner
  • seven deadly sins
  • ahhhhhhh
  • brisbanestorms
  • after great pain a formal
  • gunk plug
  • microwave yaki-imo
  • kosekitohon
  • kiccoro
  • swim daily freezing cold water
  • frequency japan 50 60
  • jackie chan address
  • hit the spot
  • australian money
  • anti spyware beta
  • ?????where you look
  • swimming gallery
  • blood and soil
  • everywhere?you?look
  • ??? ???
  • circle automatic door
  • okazaki travel
  • blood ????
  • ????????
  • northpine dam
  • ?????????????
  • we are still on the road
  • places to travel in nagoya
  • blood work
  • star wars paper
  • begin event threw error
  • gospellers like
  • netbt may not be loaded
  • stop crying your heart out tub
  • shunyuinshi
  • japan shrine floorplan
  • mount beerburrum
  • japan speedos
  • crisp up-stairs shop
  • ordinary people score
  • bloodandsoil
  • yakiimo

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