People are highly interested in alcohol themed undergarments today, probably because of this story which ran yesterday. Though people seem confused about the name of the product (or what they want to put in it), searching for both booze bra (Hotness = "Spicy") and wine bra (only "Medium" hotness). Delta Burke was another hot search, as it was announced today that she's checked herself into a mental health facility. Partly because she'd been "hoarding." Hoarding booze bras, one can hope. On the more serious side, people wanted simply to know who won Super Tuesday, and were curious about the scientific bombshell that nuts are toxic to dogs (Also "Spicy"!) Click thumb for larger image.
Google Hot Search Trends for February 1, 2008: Lost Blogs is up there, probably because of that (best ever in the whole world) television show. (Though I'd like to think it's for some deeper, more poetic reason.) The Midwest continues to be troubled by weather. One of the top ten searches is Joe Arpaio, the tough-talking sheriff who has put celebrities on notice. And our old friend Jocelyn Wildenstein still lingers, haunting us with her ethereal beauty. [Full, ever-changing list]
Google's Hot Search Trends for Thursday, January 31, 2008: Number 1 is Courtney Oliver, the 10-year-old veterinarian. Well, she took an 8 month online degree program. So, the 10-year-old piece-of-paper-holder. 18 goes to gossip maven Cindy Adams. Proving you're never too ancient to constantly Google yourself. (Google calls her hotness only "medium.") At 53 "Miserable failure" is still hanging on, most likely due to the old "Google bomb" that would bring the White House website up to the top of the list when these words are searched. Or maybe we're all just feeling dejected today. And at 61 we find someone named Lisa Renna. Proving that Americans love Dancing With the Stars, but (or maybe because) they can't spell. [Full list] Update: A tipster tells us, regarding the "miserable failure" search: "For several years, Google users could type "miserable failure" into the search engine and be taken directly to the official White House biography of George W. Bush. However, on January 31, 2007, Yahoo! News announced that Google had fixed this "link bomb" glitch. "