Paranoia

Does anyone else get really paranoid when looking through your blogs search terms and the searches are very specific? Like someone is actively searching for you? Or is it just me?

Do dogs get paranoid?

Love Sailor xox

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Writer, painter, nurse. Borderline, Bipolar, awesome.
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26 Responses to Paranoia

  1. Hellosailor says:

    I should just quit looking at my search terms. But I’d miss the funny ones then.

  2. Maggie O'C says:

    It might just be you. I have very specific search terms almost everyday but I think it is people looking for my blog, who haven’t followed or bookmarked it. You are so cute and so is your golden friend!

    • Hellosailor says:

      I guess so. Sometimes I google people rather than go through the reader. I guess with this site I’m being more careful with what I make public, so it shouldn’t matter. Maya is gorgeous. She is from my last job and I will miss her xox

  3. I use specific terms to find blogs I have read but lost the address or forgot to copy the address for my iPad, maybe that’s what other people do.

    • Hellosailor says:

      I think you’re right. I don’t think if anyone in the real world wanted to find me they could…… Or maybe they could. Usually when I think this I start searching for myself! xox

  4. Jane says:

    Yep, I do. I got overly paranoid when I saw a few people found me through searching the local psychiatric unit… I don’t live in a big city, and I worried it would be someone who’d know me :/

    Also when people find me by searching my blog name, they’re clearly looking for me! Had that in all my blogs, so no! Not just you!

    x

  5. simplybluey says:

    I never look at the search terms, I’m afraid they would scare me..lol Love the photo! xx

  6. Lovely photo! And sometimes there are really strange search terms!! I got confused the other day because I had people who came over from twitter, yet I haven’t linked my blog on twitter at all…weird! xx

    • Hellosailor says:

      Maybe someone who read one of your posts liked it and shared it on twitter? I’ve had that a few times. Is your twitter private? xox

      • I don’t know if my twitter is private or not, but there’s no way it could be linked to wordpress as I have used a different name, email etc. Strange!! But you’re probably right, someone may have shared it on their twitter! xx

  7. Bourbon says:

    Good timing. I just looked at my search terms and someone has used my REAL name … [REAL NAME] Bourbon Crazyinthecoconut. I’m like.. eeeeek! YEs I get paranoid. I get paranoid its my “family”. Ex family really. xx

  8. Pen says:

    The search terms baffle, confound, and scare me. I completely get your paranoia. But then the weird and hilarious ones make me smile too.
    I will join you in fervently hoping no one who is vindictive is searching for our blogs ❤

  9. Lunch Sketch says:

    Haha! For me, it is usually my Mum trying to find my blog.
    She only knows how to use Google and doesn’t seem to understand how to use the address bar or favorites. 🙂

  10. weordmyndum says:

    It worries me a little.

    Sadly, most of my hits are from people too lazy to read Flannery O’Connor themselves.

    When I get paranoid is specific search terms about programs I’ve been in, even though I know they probably aren’t looking for me.

  11. unfetteredbs says:

    I get paranoid that my id will be had with the blog… totally unnerves me

  12. gypsy116 says:

    I totally do, even though a lot of people in my real life know about my blog. I did a search term post the other day, and one was gypsy and toast, and yeah, I dont like the idea of not knowing who it was that was looking for us and why.

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