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Some recent Google searches that brought people to the LRB, with links to the pages they went to:

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Comments on “How do they find us?”

  1. Chris Larkin says:

    I also notice ‘posh bingo’, ‘shit happens’ and, rather quaintly, ‘english butter’ are also in there.

  2. Bob Beck says:

    As for Eliot, someone better versed in urban slang than me (i.e., just about anyone) could re-cast “The Waste Land” that way, viz.;

    April is a motherfucker, breeding
    Collie weed out of the motorway flyover, mashing up
    Back-in-the-day and gettin’-busy…

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