One blog - many contributors. Kind of like a Mensa think tank...okay, nothing like that.
Please, I trained all weekend in bathroom racing. These guys aren't bringing nothin.
Wuddup with the tiny little urinal? I've been to that racetrack, but never in the men's room (that I recall, anyway).
This is completely unrelated, but that's never stopped anyone before, so here goes...Does anyone else use google analytics on their blogs? I'm having a hard time understanding what all those stats mean. Should I do analytics on this blog? If so, maybe huck or nick can interpret what all that stuff means.
the one near the ground it for jockeys. Ok for anyone on the shorter side like boys but also for jockeys.
katdish, I've got google analytics on the blog but that is really better for sites that have "exit goals" so you can setup ways of tracking why people leave before purchasing or whatever. That is what all those fancy extra things are for.
I thought the short one was for Tattoo. I'm sure glad that guy didn't make "in yo' face" contact before he washed his hands.This reminded me of the cross-stitched sign I used to have in my boys' bathroom - "Gentlemen with short bats please stand closer to home plate."I have Google analytics but I have no idea why and what it says or does. I think it stalks me when I'm not looking. I also have sitemeter but I don't look at it either.
I have a semi-related question - why do so many men seem to think that it would be the coolest thing ever to have a urinal in their bathroom at home? Is it that they love aiming for the bathroom mint? Or just so they won't get yelled at for not putting the seat down? I just don't get it.
This post and subsequent will no doubt come full circle to this one. What is it with bodily functions on here, anyway?
Humor, like math, is about the lowest common denominator. Since body humor is among the first humor we get so it is the lowest common denominator.Also, guys want a urinal because of the convenience. Unzip, relax, zip up, and flush. No seats, no mess, no worry.
Oh no. He did NOT post this on here! Next time I'll think twice about pausing the DVR to show the husband a funny commercial.
What's not to like about a urinal in the bathroom?You can stick a newspaper on the wall, and take care of all your morning business at the same time.<-SB><
@Stacey: Sorry, but I couldn't post to my Facebook page. I've got religious friends that might take offense. :)@Katdish: I used Google analytics mostly just to get an overview of who is hitting the site. I used the first page that comes up to see the number of visitors. I like to use the Map Overlay (in the Visitors section), to see where people are coming from. And then the Traffic Sources to see how people are finding the site (Google, direct link, or paid advertisements).
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