My favorite part of egotistically glancing at my blog's status overview is reviewing the search terms that people use to mysteriously end up at a specific blog entry. Some of them make sense: "librarian in the cupboard," anything Harry Potter, "books for kids," etc. Actually, they all make sense and that's a little bit frightening. Or maybe it's not frightening - it just demonstrates that search engines aren't always the perfect choice for finding information.
"candy chocolate the big bang theory"
I think what this person was searching for was the episode where Sheldon performs operant conditioning on Penny by giving her chocolate for good behavior. What they were instead led to was a crazed description of how I'm happy when I eat a lot of food and how I met the actor who plays Sheldon in The Big Bang Theory
"telling kids they are ugly"
Yeaaaaa, I don't actually give advice for this one. My apologies.
"ugly duckling - backstreet boys fan fic"
So, so, so utterly terrifying that I understand why this user ended up at my blog. (I mention the Backstreet Boys in my rant about The Ugly Duckling - you need to read it to understand why).
"is there symbolism in al capone does my shirts?"
YES! THERE IS!
"picture books that compare to i am the messenger."
I don't have this, but now I'm intrigued.
"list of graphic novels in big bang theory"
Also something I don't have, but intend to work on now