Term pertaining to or describing twins who are particularly fearless, dauntless, or daring, often to their parents’ dismay.
The stay-at-home father sweated through his third t-shirt of the day while chasing his twintrepid six-month-olds as they rolled repeatedly off the blanket in opposite directions towards head-clunkable objects.
This… is Blogger Idol
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Blogger Idol is a competition similar to American Idol, but based on the premise that “writers are the new rockstars,” so instead of a singing competition, it’s a blogging competition. I’m not in the competition because I’m already everyone’s idol, but my friend John Willey is.
You may recognize him as one of the authors of Who Searched That?, the funny search terms blog I write for. John is a stay-at-home dad like me, and writes an excellent blog about raising his two boys called Daddy’s in Charge?, often including videos starring Legos.
Anyway, John has been so kind as to feature Twinfamy in his Blogger Idol post this week and I’d love for you to go here, read his post, and vote for him. Voting starts NOW and is only open a few days, so if you feel so compelled, please do it soon.
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If not, please watch your head as you roll away.
People search the weirdest things on the Internet, and when they do, sometimes they visit my blog.
For those who don’t know, when you have a blog, you receive statistics about people who visit your site, and one of them is “Search Terms.” Basically, whenever someone runs a search on a site like Google, sees your site, and clicks on it, your blogging service tells you what that person was searching for when they reached your blog.
Most of the time, these search terms make sense. For example, many people find Twinfamy by searching “stay at home dad with twins.” However, every once in a while, I get some weird ones which make me wonder, “Who searched that?”
Many of these search terms are way too entertaining not to share, so some blogger friends and I started a site to showcase these search-term oddities and share our musings as to who might actually be searching for them.
You’ll also find the inaugural post entitled “Desperately Seeking Ear Deformities,” written by Yours Truly.
Hope you enjoy, and will check back often. If not, please continue to lurk here on Twinfamy daily.