Searchin’ for Bums

peachesSearch terms are topical at the moment, as Jill just blogged about them in a rather hilarious way. I tend never to check mine because I forget where they’re located tbh and I’m generally a bit of a fool.

But today’s stood out like a sore thumb: jane seymour bum.

Excuse me? I mean I’ve maybe mentioned men’s bums once in the past and I do agree that Jane Seymour is a fine looking woman (and one of the best Bond girls to date) but I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned her derriere.

What goes through people’s minds? Also, dear whoever was looking not just for a nice bum to stare at but a very specific bottom indeed, I’m sorry. There are no bums to see here, except maybe the word ‘bum’.

A word which, incidentally, got me into much trouble as a kid. My overuse of this expletive resulted in having my mouth washed out with soap and water by my mother (it was the 80’s, swear words weren’t as evolved back then).

Also, I should say that my mum is the greatest living woman and a joy, not the evil matriarch I make her out to be purely for entertainment value.

So. Bums. Jane Seymour’s Bum.

Would make a great name for a Riot Grrrl band, non?

12 thoughts on “Searchin’ for Bums

  1. Dr. Quinn’s arse solves all problems, right? LOL – hilarious… I love some of my search terms… I should talk about some of mine 🙂 And as a resident of Atlanta, GA – I totally approve your post’s use of peaches!

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    • I love ‘crap’! My step son used to say everything was ‘cramp’ which was frankly adorable. I sincerely hope my bum reader has stuck around. Apparently I have a reader in Russia, I’m betting it’s them! xoxo

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