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Search terms summarized February 15, 2011

Posted by Leah in Gallimaufry.

“exert your power and dominance over me” yes, please!
do me rough
choke me with your cock
fuck my mouth slap my face spit on me
fuck me rough and pull my hair
“spank my pussy”
spank slap smack pussy cunt clit whip crop
be rough with me

i opened my legs for his cock 2010 not just in 2010

leahlayslondon guy at the gym Stephen or this guy?
“my panties” came “into me” “my clit” orgasm “under the table”
“blowjob without hands” not my best effort
xmas sex

“on her knees” “licking his feet”
“marked me” cock
my vulva on his thigh
“my stretched out cunt”
“i masturbated” “my skirt”
“i straddled him”
i pushed a lit candle in my cunt
candle wax on my clit HOT
spank my breast stories
“i worship cock” I so do!

leahlayslondon pics there aren’t any

her pee down my throat was drowning me it tasted lovely
“fill my pussy with urine”

how to deal with promiscuous women you fuck us

he would reach forward with one hand, cupping my crotch
he pushed his finger inside my butt
he placed a dental gag and face fucked me this hasn’t happened yet
he plunged his cock into me
he asked me to open my mouth and he spit down my throat during sex
he thrust his penis in my anus and i loved it always!

“minute man” shitty sex wordpress
kafka on the shore foreskin I miss Frank

i like sperm in my cunt

boyfriend takes his girlfriend from behind and pounds her in the kitchen
my boyfriend wants a double blowjob which guy doesn’t?
my boyfriend licks me clean I wish

london kinky and willing slut
pornographic scenes of sexual ecstasy

he gave me his powerful cock and made me his


1. Anonymous - February 16, 2011

Gallimaufry is a good word. You know you’re reading a higher class of sex blog when you learn new words that can be used in polite society…

Leah - February 17, 2011

It was hard to choose between gallimaufry and salmagundi. I like both words and don’t find enough excuses to use either.

Anonymous - February 21, 2011

I had to look up salmagundi too:

“a salad plate of chopped meats, anchovies, eggs, and vegetables arranged in rows for contrast and dressed with a salad dressing”

I think, on balance, for the purposes of your blog gallimaufry is a safer choice.

It also seems to be connected to Solomon Grundy from the childrens’ rhyme. Do you have that one in the states?

2. elsiewrites - February 17, 2011

Search terms amuse and befuddle me. Who are these people, and where do they come up with this stuff? Or are they people at all, and rather bots doing some obscure spamming routine? I have actually done Google searches based on some of the weirder ones, trying to find my blog, and had no luck.

Here’s my tally for today:
Elsiewrites: 5 (Good, good!)
Elsie writes: 2 (Also good!)
“my boyfriend ” i cheated “phone rang” noise “his cock” “my pussy”:1 (very specific! I hope they found what they were looking for!)
my pervet son watched under my skirt:1 (It would probably help if they payed more attention to spelling!)
elsie writes erotica:1 (It’s true, I do! Tho I’m not crazy about the term ‘erotica’)
my brother sniffs my pantys: 1 (I thought the correct spelling was ‘panties’.)
elsiewrites sowrong: 1 (Yep, that’s me!)
“my thong” embarrassing: 1 (there is nothing embarrassing about my thong!)
brother sneaking into his sisters room at night to lick her pussy:1 (Well, yes… you’ve probably come to the right place then)


Leah - February 17, 2011

I am constantly amused by the searches. I think many of them are legitimate. Most are searches for the blog by name. The post uses some of the more creative ones over a seven day period and attempts a poem. I cheated slightly by correcting misspellings, but otherwise I have left punctuation, word choice, and capitalization as I found it. I don’t see how something as generic as xmas sex lands on my blog and couldn’t reproduce the result. Others I haven’t tried. WordPress reports they all work.

3. Pearl - February 17, 2011

Hey its like poem.

4. Leah - February 21, 2011

I wasn’t thinking so much of the dish as the idea that salmagundi is a miscellaneous assortment of things. My dim memory of American literature is that there was a magazine of that name associated with Washington Irving in the early 19th century.

I had to look up the “Solomon Grundy” nursery rhyme.

5. Anonymous - February 23, 2011

Yes, I guessed you were intending the other meaning. It was just that the idea of your poem being categorised as part of a strange meat salad somehow seemed a bit disturbing.

Anyway, you know how whenever you learn a new word you always come across it almost immediately? Well, I was pretty sure that wasn’t going to happen with salmagundi, but sure enough when I opened the Evening Standard this evening, there it was in an article about how Heston Blumenthal’s new restaurant is all about reviving old English classic dishes! I might have to try it.

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