RTW -- Strange Google Searches

Road Trip Wednesday is a ‘Blog Carnival,’ where YA Highway's contributors post a weekly writing- or reading-related question and answer it on our own blogs. You can hop from destination to destination and get everybody's unique take on the topic.

This Week's Topic:
What is the strangest/weirdest thing you've ever researched?

This was a long one for me. I was almost surprised when I realized how many strange things I've researched over the years. I couldn't narrow it down to just one so here are some of the strangest things I've ever researched.
  • What would happen during a drug bust of a teen party
  • Damage caused by falling out a two-story window
  • French curse words
  • French nursery rhymes
  • Agoraphobia
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • How a girl can help a cast horse by herself
  • How long someone could be in a coma without significant damage
  • Whether or not smoking weed stains the walls
  • Whether a brand or tattoo would last longer
  • What would happen if the entire royal family died (of a make-believe nation)
  • Possibility of buying an island
  • What would happen if someone ate several poisonous insects
  • Pranks on a deserted island
  • Gasoline or gunpowder when lighting an entire building on fire
  • Can you still use matches after they've been soaked in seawater


Sarah said…
Ha! These are so fascinating. Especially the one about eating poisonous insects! I don't even wanna discuss some of the stuff I've Googled! I always want to add the caveat: It's book research! I swear!
M.J. Horton said…
Imagine combining all of those into one WIP? Sounds terrifying. Hee.
Some of these are really interesting, like the matches in seawater. What's the answer?
Alison Miller said…
haha - I love MJ's suggestion of combining all these into one WIP. THAT would be interesting!
Kate Hart said…
Foreign language profanity is always a worthwhile topic to look into.

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