I came looking for a good Friday-night thread - and this is a great one, Rochelle. (It's too bad it won't run for long.) (Think I'm going back for another read. I was kind of confused the first time around. I missed stuff.
(Oh my. I just went back and read the "companion piece" (another associated with female anatomy. This one's funny. That one's just disturbing. )
That's only in the case of the individual who is not in need of "getting better her mistake size" and who is a few too many God-gems short of a jewelry store The crumbs go straight for the floor for people like that.
One more comment (maybe) before I head away from here: If you search Bing for "adipose handkerchiefs" - guess what's at the very top of the first page. (Let's just say it's not the one you originally posted on this thread.... ) (I know how it would get there search-terms-wise, but it's still amazing to me that it's there. )
I know these will be disposessed soon--- much like adipose hankies, I wish they would stay a couple of days just for their entertainment value, but I know they must be forever lost at some point.
In all semi- seriousness: I do recognize that there are some people in desperation trying to earn some small amount of money. I do applaud their efforts and wish them well-- hoping that they find something that suits their talents and fulfills their needs.
Here is an excerpt, and I am laughing so hard I can hardly type this.
"Not only a "beauty defect" within the subcutaneous overweight and hide which we hand-me-down to watch in the form of pits in addition to bump, it is forever accompany by a violate of any function of external organs and tissues.
In the premature stage it can no more than be there no insignificant changes in the connective and adipose handkerchief, which grow with the maturity of troubles in more multifaceted forms inside infringement of the pelvic floor (absence of menstruation, inflammation of the appendage, etc.)."
Well, it's the weekend so I think this particular masterpiece of the article spinner's art may stay to delight us for a bit longer. One thing I'd like to know is what is a contemptible boob implant and where can I get one?
You actually did!! I'll go read it later. Now I'm trying to think whether I have the guts to write one from a different angle... I'd love to... (I'm just imagining HP staff noticing "tons" of Hubs suddenly showing up about adipose hankies
Hmm. Thinking, thinking, working up some guts....... (While I've been thinking something else occurred to me: We should all start posting links and "likes" to the original Hub that has been so entertaining all over everywhere. The rest of the Internet might enjoy it too. )
I flagged it before the first post and don't feel guilty at all. I did have second thoughts when I realized that not a lot of people would have the pleasure of enjoying it as much as I did -- so I posted the topic.
I don't know.... I can't really see a problem with a "few" big, bold, keywords. I think some of us might benefit from forgetting about adding the frills of other words and just getting to the heart of the keyword matter from now on.
Now, here's where the Hubs about uterine prolapses, cellulite, gems, and wrist-watching out could be combined with remarks about the keyword-stuffed one Izzy posted could be combined to make for a very useful Hub for the God-given-appendage-challenged of the world.
If you still have the original text file, why not just post the entire hub as a forum post? if nothing else, it will help prevent this idiot from reposting his 'hub' elsewhere as it'll come up as duplicate content right away.
Hey! This forum thread is in second place on the search for "adipose hankies" It won't be long before everyone's Hubs (or maybe everyone's but mine ) push that crappy ad thing that's now in first place right off the page!! Now, we just need to hope someone actually DOES search for "adipose hankies" This thread alone has already pushed a bunch of crud down.
Not to mention (on a site about white tea) "In this exact learning the pasty tea extracts were practical in a straight line to the adipose tissue". Accompanied, in my case, by a lot of Adsense ads for... locksmiths.
Eye halve a spelling chequer It came with my pea sea, It plainly marques four my revue Miss steaks eye kin knot sea. Eye strike a key and type a word And weight four it two say Weather eye am wrong oar write It shows me strait a weigh. As soon as a mist ache is maid It nose bee fore two long And eye can put the error rite Its rarely ever wrong. Eye have run this poem threw it I am shore your pleased two no Its letter perfect in it's weigh My chequer tolled me sew.
I got it in the mail some time ago and laughed my head off.
Izzy have you thought of moving some of your hubs elsewhere? I know some of yours have been scraped so you can't move them, but the ones that haven't been scraped will do better on another site.
I have an account that plunged in August and I've moved most of its hubs to Wizzley or my own site. The Wizzley ones are doing much, much better than they were on HP! Granted I did do a bit of editing on some of them (they needed it) but I'm very pleased by how much of a difference it's made.
If you are like me you will feel an attachment to HP and loyalty is all very well but at the end of the day, there's no point in doing all this work if you're not going to see any results.
This is the kind of thing that makes me wonder if I have been drinking-- or if I should start.
It may have nothing to do with adipose hankies-- but how can you resist trying to read an article that has 'sentences' such as this:
"Keep in mind pet cats can not cause everything that properly understanding that they may be not too very hot about subject-verb arrangement both." and "Organic beef become watching any wave inside user-generated articles, nevertheless the a lot more well known the internet receives, the harder that seems like the particular well known: homogenous, opportunistic and also business."
A hub of mine was copied on a blogger blog. I saw the copyright symbol on my account and found the blog. Clicking on "report abuse" I filled out their form, and the article was removed in a few hours. It was very easy, thanks to the notification by HP and quick action by blogger.
I just finished a couple that I went back and forth on. One was serious and the other silly. (Hope I got the right capsules in the right hubs). Never tried this before but I think I like this way of working.Do you usually finish one hub before starting another?
Hope this forum is where my post belongs. I simply wanted to comment, that the red and blue arrows, indicative of our traffic, made me laugh this morning. Two hubs that I published on the 5th, have arrows pointing down, for a decrease in traffic. I am still grinning - how can they indicate a...
I just thought I'd share what happened on my profile page...there's a topic called "Spitting" there, under which my two spitting Hubs are listed. I just think it's kind of funny, because I don't think "Spitting" is any kind of Hub topic or category, and it's no group that...
Why don't people check their spelling and grammar when they write and publish their Hubs?It is understandable when the person is not a native English speaker, but when the author is a native English speaker with some amount of education, it is quite sad.
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