There is plenty of material that I ought to be writing about, but I’m going to have to pull a Pupilblogger, because I can’t talk about it now.
So, in the place of anything substantial, interesting or even legal, it is time once more to gaze in awe and bewilderment at search terms that brought people to this blog.
May I first say how proud I am that this blog is at the top of google’s second page of results for ‘Sally Field Naked’. A recent surge in people apparently wanting to inspect Ms Field for birthmarks has made this the 5th most common search term bringing people here in March.
Pride turned to mystification when faced with this:
Email contact @staff middle-class persons 2007 co.uk
Eh? and indeed Whaa? Then there are the terms that are all too clear, but perhaps give more of an insight into the searcher’s life than one might want:
is it legal in uk for a landlord to approach you in public about arrears?
is it legal to invite friend to a rented flat ?
illegal eviction wife
to which the answers are likely to be yes, yes, of or by? and tell me about it, respectively.
Naturally, this being the interweb, there are perversions. A search for
unlawful accommodation of donkeys act
had me curious enough to find this story from Ireland. Naturally, this being the interweb, there is no Unlawful Accommodation of Donkeys Act 1837, but I wish there were. Also tending to the spurious are
can i call myself a lawyer?
fake o level certificates
And lastly, a cry of despair that is all the more poignant because the author thought that they might find an answer on the internet…
i am a trainee solicitor – dont like it – what shall i do