What people are searching for

Here is the latest list of the things that people are searching for, which result in them alighting on this blog:

As ever, there’s a constant stream of people looking for my pancake recipe and also for commentary on what the Mothers’ Union think about gay people.

What do you want me to write about?


  1. Brad Pitt! Topical :-).

  2. Hermano David | Brother Dah•veed says

    What do you want me to write about?

    Your love life.

    • Ah, Brother Dah•veed. I tend not to blog about some thing (check out number 52 and 53 of my 100 things).

      I’m more likely to preach about my private life than to blog about it.

      Apart from my age, the assertions and appeal of this sermon still hold true.

      There’s a related sermon (which deals with what I wear on the beach) here.

      Right now, I’m single.

  3. Dear Father. I have recently moved into a new house and the garden is a right mess. Could you write a few words about laying turf as I’ve never done it before and would appreciate your advice on the matter?

    • Fr Madpriest

      I suggest being particularly diligent about the removal of stones before you lay the turf. (This aids the laying of the lawn and provides a handy, if pious, sermon illustration).

      Make sure that anything you use to cut the turf has a sharp edge. If you are lucky you will be able to find an antique turf-laying implement made from archdeacon’s teeth.

      Finally start mowing when your grass is literally knee high to a grasshopper.

      First find your grasshopper.

      Hope this helps.

  4. With regards to Brad Pitt, I’ve nothing to say except that he’s in Glasgow and I know where he is staying.

  5. Hermano David | Brother Dah•veed says

    he’s in Glasgow and I know where he is staying.

    Has he anything to fear with you having that information?

  6. Brad Pitt is surely lots of people’s fantasy! And, far from being just a pretty face, he’s done lots of brave and interesting roles (such as Fight Club).

    Plus, he’s something of a (buff) architecture buff, so it’s certainly feasible that he might be tempted to check out some of Gilbert Scott’s finest handiwork 😉

    • Well, he is welcome on Sunday if he is still in town. Having a Southern Baptist background he will find plenty of people here who know what it is like to start their journey in such an environment.

  7. Rosemary Hannah says

    He is a serious collector of Arts and Crafts furniture…

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