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Pippa Middleton’s arse closing the gap on her dress

May 2, 2011 2 Comments

Pippa Middleton's arse

Google Insights gives you a unique insight into how people search the internet. An often depressing insight ...

I can reveal that by Saturday, the day after the Royal Wedding took place and the most recent day for which Google is currently showing data as I type this, searches for "Pippa Middleton arse" were running at 72% of the volume of those for "Pippa Middleton dress".

I'll keep the graph below, updated ... (there's another 3% relating to Pippa Middleton ass, not shown in the graph).

Philippa Middleton: arse v dress. A graph of search volumes over last 7 days

Interest in the dress has peaked but is still rising in the arse.

The good old British people.

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