I thought I would stop skirting around the issue of what brings readers to madventures.me (later I’ll address the top search terms that people use when ending at my blog). Many bloggers have tried to figure out SEO (search engine optimization) so that they can get more traffic to their blogs. I can only guess that I hit upon a perfect SEO combination sometime in 2012… perfect if you want people to search for “lungi” images. The lungi is traditional Bangladeshi menswear. Although collectively, I’ve written about food and travel 99 percent of the time, my two blog postings about the lungi keep popping up. Here are some of the search terms people have typed in that lead them to my lungi postings. Enjoy.
“lungi man” (straight to the point)
“sarong lungi naked” (but it’s funny because if you are wearing a lungi, then you are wearing clothing)
“sexy lady in lungi image” (this is funny because a lungi is menswear – like a lady’s sarong)
“restaurant off crack babani 11” (not sure which crack in banani 11 is being referred to)
“lucky me factory september 21 2013” (I have no idea what they were searching for)
“bangla hot six” (this is a popular search so if it refers to the number six, maybe it’s a real thing. If it is a misspelling, then never mind)
“banhladesh hot sixx” (a theme is appearing)
“thread me bare”
“men naked in lungi”
“dhuti dance dress” (a “dhuti” is the name of an article of clothing)
“gae halud fashion for men” (again, not really sure how much is caused by the inability to spell)
“places & contact person to get phensedyl syrup in dhaka gulshan” (Huh?! What is phensedyl syrup?)
“love images on ricksaw on rain” (affection for the images or Bollywood romance scenes?)
“what are black artpaper in dhaka” (I don’t know either. What is black artpaper?)
“non spicy chicken fry outlets in dhaka” (this is funny to me because it shows the level of concern people have about scovilles)
“khmer kela bayon 2013”
“ganga dress in dhaka”
“are laces made in bangladesh” (“laces” in Bangladesh English are “ribbons” to some of us)
“romantic spots in baridhara dhaka” (oh, boy)
“sweaty kameez” (again, I think we’ve come back to the main search theme)
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A ‘gae halud’ is a pre-wedding ceremony common to Bengalis. Translating literally to ‘yellow body’, it involves guests applying turmeric on the bride and groom’s bodies, the idea being that turmeric will give them a yellow/gold sheen on their wedding day.
The fellow looking for gae halud fashion tips was looking for what to wear to the event, not a illicit tryst with another fellow in Banani!
I for one ended up on your blog looking for Thai restaurants in Gulshan :)!
“gae halud fashion for men” – Gae means “on the body”. Holud is Turmeric. This is the pre wedding ceremony where there is a ritual with Turmeric for both bride and groom. Maybe you know about it.
“phensedyl syrup” is a banned cough syrup that gives you a buzz.
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