I was just checking one of my popular hubs today, about how to become rich, and I came across a really odd phrase for someone to search, when looking for things on Google.
But this same exact phrase has brought two different people to my hub, and it is...
"if i dedicate my life to satan will i be rich."
Pretty odd, huh?
I had to laugh about that one...
Have any odd phrases brought people to your hubs?
I don't know about oddest, but I do have a few interesting phrases-
'do they inject carrots with sugar'
'is hot dog banned in Sweden'
'metro directions to the musee dorsay, walking'
'is nick gardner gay'
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