Rawr in Dinosaur Language

It seems like every other week I’m typing up a post on all the incredible search terms people google before finding my blog… But then I get busy or distracted and like usual these posts sit in my draft folder. Enough of that! Even if I only share two or three search terms, I’m going to try to keep this as a regular series on the blog. This was all inspired by a search that found its way to my blog this week. It very well might be my favorite search term since this blog started. So…

To the person who found my blog by searching for……

“Rawr in dinosaur language means I wanna fucking eat you I love you”

I want you to know that while I am not by any means an expert in dinosaurs (you should probably check out my MFA big brother Phil’s blog for any dinosaur inquiries), I do somewhat agree with your statement. Sometimes when I see Mr. O after a workout or after the shower, I do in fact “rawr” at him. Why? Because he looks so sexy!

Now, I can’t speak for the dinosaurs, because I’ve never met one, and I honestly don’t know their language (thanks to Finding Nemo though, I do know whale language in case anyone out there is googling Whale Interpreters, I’m your gal). I’m going to assume though that this would be a term of endearment. I can’t quite articulate why, but this is what I’m thinking…. Dinosaurs who wanted to let other dinosaurs know that they love them and thought they were hot stuff would probably say “RawwwwRRR”. I capitalized those final R’s because I have another important note to make here. I think that articulation is key in the dinosaur world. I’m going out on a ledge here, but I think if one dinosaur wanted to eat another dinosaur (because they looked tasty and the first dinosaur was hungry) they would say “RawwwHHH”. (Go ahead guys, say those two out loud so you know what I’m talking about here. Sounds quite similar, doesn’t it?) So, basically, the only point I am trying to make now, is that if you do find yourself near some dinosaurs growling, you’re going to want to pay some careful attention. If you hear Rawh, you should probably run for your life, because there is going to be a dino-death happening, and that isn’t something you’d want to be a part of. On the same note, if you hear Rawr, you might want to consider finding a new place to spend your time, because you’re about to see some dino-loving if you don’t leave. I myself wouldn’t want to witness either of those experiences.

You might have noticed above that I said I “somewhat” agreed with your search term. I feel it’s  important to point out here that when I “rawr” at Mr. O, I have to intention of having him as my dinner. While I enjoy meat like steaks and such, I am not at all interested in eating any humans (or dinosaurs for that matter). I also am assuming that if I were a dinosaur in real life, I would probably be totally disinterested in eating any other dinosaurs. I know you can’t knock it until you try it, but I’ll stick to the food I’m already eating, thank you.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope the blog contents didn’t disappoint you,
Erin

Sidenote to my regular readers: REALLY? I decided to google that search term to see what on my site might have possible appeared. I found my blog on page three of the google search. It looks like it is a link directly to the blog, and it contains relevant words from at least 3 or 4 recent blog entries… Here is what that internet user found:

This is what you find if you google “Rawr in dinosaur language means I wanna fucking eat you I love you”

 

15 comments

    • erin says:

      Aww, thanks. I was thinking before I pressed “submit”…ohhhh goodness, my real readers are going to read this and think I’m nuts. I’m glad you liked it!

  1. Germana says:

    Hahahaha! I love that search term. I should also blog more about the odd search returns people use to find my blog. My favorites are “Jabba Hut sex” and “rainbow shit.” I’m puzzled too

    • erin says:

      I LOVE looking at my search terms. Especially when I find terms and I’m like, “I have NO clue what on my blog would warrent these search terms!!!” Your search terms are funny too 🙂

  2. Melissa says:

    LMAO. This is just all around amazing. I haven’t looked at the searches on my blog recently, but they always make me laugh so I’ll have to remember to do that soon. Seriously that is an epic search term hahaha

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