Chasing Crows, Free Dogs & Cubicle Addictions

We had the longest day, Glastonbury and the Women’s World Cup in June, but we also had some slightly odd search terms line the search term query reports of our accounts. Here are six of the best (worst/weirdest/most random)…

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The Mabo Search Term Query Report for June by Matthew Soakell

We start in the world of gardening. In 1958, Chairman Mao decided that all sparrows in China were to be killed. He’d come to the conclusion that sparrows ate too much grain and were therefore getting in the way of agricultural progression. As a result, Chinese citizens would bang pots and pans so that sparrows wouldn’t be able to rest on tree branches as they’d be scared of the noise, consequently meaning they would fall from the sky and die. Bit of a depressing start. Anyhow, if you want to get rid of crows, just bang pots and pans. (I never thought I’d see the day these blogs became a history lesson; I knew paying attention in A-level history would serve me well).

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The Mabo Search Term Query Report for June by Matthew Soakell

I’d like to think that we’re a progressive enough society that anyone in any city could use a clinic if they really needed to. What strikes me more so than the specifics of this search is that someone might be planning on using a clinic in Manchester when they’re over here. Slightly odd.

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The Mabo Search Term Query Report for June by Matthew Soakell

Here we have a search from Tom, aged seven and three quarters, who’s decided it’s going to take quite a while to save enough pocket money to afford a cute little puppy. “Sack it”, he thought, “I’ll find a free one on the internet”…

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The Mabo Search Term Query Report for June by Matthew Soakell

I honestly have no idea. No seriously, I don’t know where it is. I was asking for a mate.

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The Mabo Search Term Query Report for June by Matthew Soakell

Do you ever see those Facebook statuses or viral videos with the words ‘Faith in humanity restored’? Well we encounter searches on a daily basis that make you lose said faith. It’s nice to see that Martin, 48 from Bognor Regis, can find solace in both Google and the toilet cubicle to escape the tasks he should be doing at work on a Thursday afternoon.

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The Mabo Search Term Query Report for June by Matthew Soakell

We bring things to a close with a search featuring emojis. Three of the same type as it happens. Maybe don’t search for this yourself on your work computer. I’m not speaking from experience, I promise.

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As always; the disclaimer… all Mabo accounts go through frequent checks and relevancy examination. Searches deemed irrelevant are excluded from accounts to prevent wasted. Rest assured, your accounts are in safe hands!

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