When I search for Mckbirdbks on the Hub Pages site, I get this result:
Did you mean bedbugs?
I see what you mean. I get some strange ones too.
Too funny, but I don't think Mike would think so. I get some odd ones when I look up hubbers, too. I never tried looking myself up. I wonder what HP would think I really meant to type in.
Oh, the convenience and efficiency of technology.
Here's mine... too funny!
Did you mean percale?
I tried mine and I was not even on it. There were more than 4 pages - I did not look how many.
Hee hee, too funny!!! Thanks for sharing that .... it is good to laugh and I am sure Mike has a great sense of humor.
Lol are you kidding me PegCole17, great top of the laugh morning. 7201411a lyns
Too too funny, I don't suppose Mike will think it's funny. I've gotten some strange results myself when searching for another hubber.
He's a real good sport, Mekenzie. But if he's unhappy, I'll apologize in advance and repeatedly. I'll email him now.
Oh dear Peg, I didn't mean he wouldn't appreciate what you said .. I meant he might not appreciate the search results.
Someday. Haha. We will have a better search organizer. It brings up the oddest results. I looked up bugs meaning computer bugs. It brought up bedbugs on my desktop Google search today. How funny.
Bedbugs are no laughing matter, either. I once had a student who had bedbugs and the school had to practically confiscate his belongings every day for a couple of weeks. Geez!! Perhaps HP wants everyone to be more informed about them??!!
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