This was a recent search phrase: When adoptees find their family, do some members of that family get jealous? Interpret/answer at will….
Category Archives: Search phrase: open to interpretation
Last night I made the unfortunate decision to watch the last 15 minutes of the movie Orphan which was showing on one of the Gulf satellite stations. By coincidence, this was in the search phrases this morning. My punishment perhaps—moreso than the movie in and of itself? In any case, the question is open for […]
From the phrase list of searches that led to the site. Analyze/comment/reply at will.
When I programmed the scripts that automatically take new posts and comments here and send them to the Twitter account, I also (on a whim) created a “bot” that searches on particular phrases and retweets them to an account called “Adoption Honesty“. I am intrigued by a lot of what gets pulled, but every once […]
Found in the search phrases for the site. Interpret at will.
This was in today’s search phrases: …wearing items that identify an individual with a culture outside his or her adoptive country slows down the assimilation process…” God forbid we wish to slow down assimilation. Question open to interpretation, but as a starting point, do you “wear items” that identity with your original culture?
This was a question listed in the search engine hits for the web site. Open to interpretation; feel free to answer as you wish. Personally, I’m curious to know: Where do we think such a question might come from, and what does it mean to ask such a question, and/or to research it?