Get Your ‘Train Sex’ Here

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We have to say, Trainjotting simply owns the search engine optimization on “train sex.” In fact, I’d Google the titillating term right now and tell you what number we come up in the search, except that I’m at work and don’t want to raise a red flag with IT. (Like those guys on the 11th floor never Google ‘train sex’!)

But this much I do know. Trainjotting got a whopping 289 page views in the past month from people who searched “train sex.” That’s well ahead of our other most popular searches related to the new Metro-North stop at Yankee Stadium, our survey of the best commuter town in the tri-state area, and our ground-breaking research on the hidden Track 61 at Grand Central.

It’s also well ahead of searches you’d expect from a blog like Trainjotting, such as “really freakin’ funny commuter blog” and “sterling prose related to riding trains.”

Why are all these people out there Googling “train sex”? There must be a way we can sell that SEO to the purveyors of the train-sex related material out there in the San Fernando Valley.

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3 Responses to Get Your ‘Train Sex’ Here

  1. JD says:

    But MM, there is actually no train sex on Trainjotting. If nothing else this should be a wake-up call for you to have more sex on the train.

  2. StationStops says:

    Conductor Bobby probably has decades of expertise in this area – he should write a ‘how-to’ guide.

  3. StationStops says:

    Conductor Bobby probably has decades of expertise in this area – he should write a ‘how-to’ guide.
    OH! You’re my new favorite blogger fyi

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