It’s been a while since we’ve done search terms here. Apologies to those of you who follow me on Facebook; you’ll have seen the first one there:
romance novel about an earl that becomes a panther
He pulled her tightly to him and kissed her, smoldering kisses that lingered on her skin and made her thrill with longing. “One day,” he whispered, “I’ll bring you home the biggest, tastiest deer you’ve ever seen.”
the duke did not discuss his feelings with the duchess because he
He was out carousing with his panther buddy.
john dudley bad execution
Good executions are always to be preferred.
beheading of duchess ——- gone wrong
See what I mean?
of is the weather coming-of-age higginbottom they are making for your
Somewhere in here is a kernel of meaning, but it’s an awfully small one.
stained glass with henry vii edward i edward ii and no richard iii
No Richard III? Does the Richard III Society know about this?
homer simpson builds westminster abbey
Yes, but Ned Flanders gets all of the credit.
did edward 11 have a dog
If he had, it might have spared him a lot of problems.
which monarch kept the corpse of an unsuitable friend for weeks edward 11
See, this is where the dog could have come in handy.
who was king henry viii
Some fat royal dude who had a lot of wives.
First they accuse the poor woman of witchcraft, then they screw up her last name.
higginbotham is such an ugly last name
Well, it could be worse. I could have been named Woodpile.
richard lll hotel proprietor
It’s true. The Battle of Bosworth was just a grand charade so he could throw off the cares of kingship and pursue his lifelong dream of going into the hospitality industry
happy new terms
The only type of terms to have.
6 thoughts on “Another Year, Another Search Terms Post”
Oh my stars!!! So glad I wasn’t drinking anything while reading! As it was I had to fight to contain the laughter that would have probably awaken the baby!!! Woodpile??!!! That would’ve been the best until someone thought you must have created your last name . 🙂
Classic! I especially love the Homer Simpson one! I got the ‘Did Edward II have a dog’ recently, too. 🙂
Brilliant! I have missed reading these – love the Woodpile!
I had to share the Homer Simpson one with the husband because he’s a huge fan of that show – he also really appreciated your response! I keep telling him history geeks are cool people. Thanks for sharing these! As your books get into new territory, you seem to be finding a whole new batch of fun persons.
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