Okay, didn’t mean to make it sound like the Wallstreet fundus, but since I got 11 [7 emails, 2 on chat, and 2 comments] of you asking me what happened to the risque post I published last evening, here’s the why.
It was a ridiculous piece of information I came across on the net, while lazing an afternoon at work, with no work and nothing useful to provide my 2 cents in. Without thinking too much I went ahead and made it a post. Now, for the record, I am no shy lily, and I have no issues writing rated stuff – albeit eloquently or elegantly, which I try.
Some time ago I’d written a review of Vettaiyadu Vilayadu. Those days I was just another simpleton blogging away without caring too much on my audience, both the visible and the hidden lurkers. Over the past few months when I decided to pay a little more attention on the ways someone lands on my blog, I was quite surprised [intially] that there were folks querying:
PEAR – brute force used against a woman for pleasure.
D KANE women – one for ‘in the buff’.
DUNE women – another one for ‘in the buff’
PEAR / DUNE scene, PEAR / D KANE / DUNE scenes in tamil movies, V V PEAR scene, and it goes on.
I didn’t pay too much attention until last week, I believe I had close to 40 hits just on those searches alone. Imagine that! Bloody Hell. That completely creeped me out. I have my babies pictures up and I tend to write a few things on the personal front, and even if I had to give the searchers some benefit of doubt, I sure didn’t want folks looking for such stuff online to be reading me. Call me biased, whatever. Feeding your basic instinct is but carnal. No issues and am not getting judgemental on it, but please not on my property. Thank you very much.
So, in the heat of the moment [pun unintended] I posted the damned survey. Within 2 hours, the hits dramatically rose. So I deleted it.
It sucks that I need to be on guard, but am sure there are ways to work around this, and until I find it, I am going to be careful on what words I use here. Also quite aware that I cannot completely control what comes my way, but what I can; I shall.
So there you go folks, hope that helped. That post would have been soooo much fun. Too bad! 🙂