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Monday, February 13, 2006

Google Wars

About a hundred years ago, Her Radicalness tagged me for this Google Wars meme. It's taken me a while to get around to it, but here it is. She said she wanted to see what I'd do with it, and that it'd probably have something to do with The Muppets.

Well, she was right. Here are the Google hits for Muppet-related 'wars'.

Statler (2,060,000) vs Waldorf (5,880,000)

Kermit (3,180,000) vs Frog (29,100,000)

Kermit (3,180,000) vs Piggy (4,130,000)

Miss (213,000,000) vs Piggy (4,130,000)

Bunsen (1,640,000) vs Beaker (1,950,000)

Floyd (25,500,000) vs Janice (18,200,000)

George (430,000,000) vs Beauregard (1,760,000)

Muppet Show (2,430,000) vs Muppets Tonight (331,000)

Swedish (87,800,000) vs Chef (58,800,000)

Jim (234,000,000) vs Henson (5,150,000)

Jim Henson (1,880,000) vs Frank Oz (4,300,000)

Fozzie (314,000) vs Bear (159,000,000)

Gonzo (4,200,000) vs Camilla (6,360,000)

Muppets (2,890,000) vs Fraggles (112,000)

Rowlf (67,200) vs Dr Teeth (9,070,000)

Nigel (18,300,000) vs Kermit (3,180,000)

Kermit (3,180,000) vs Clifford (23,100,000)

Camilla (6,360,000) vs Rizzo (2,990,000)

Rizzo (2,990,000) vs Pepe (5,390,000)

Crazy Harry (9,950,000) vs Crazy Donald (3,720,000)

Scooter (13,900,000) vs Skeeter (2,280,000)

Robin (82,600,000) vs Sweetums (60,800)

Andy (102,000,000) vs Randy (50,600,000)

If anyone's still reading at this point, I'm very impressed. (I realise you probably jumped down to this sentence and skipped over the above results, but still.)

If you'd like to tag yourself, please do so (and let me know). Turn it into whatever you like. I look forward to seeing what you might do with it.


At Monday, February 13, 2006 1:36:00 pm, Blogger elaine said...

that waldorf one isn't fair! Statler doesn't have a salad names after him...

At Monday, February 13, 2006 2:02:00 pm, Blogger BEVIS said...

Ah, but they're both hotels, you see (the characters were named after New York hotels), so their chances were pretty evenly matched.

(But thank you for being indignant about it and proving that you read this post ... at least the first line of it, anyway.)


At Monday, February 13, 2006 8:55:00 pm, Blogger Clokeeeey! said...

Was this war fought under the Geneva convention?

Question without notice: What's the difference between Skeeter and Scooter? Are they not the same? or were they related?

At Monday, February 13, 2006 10:09:00 pm, Blogger BEVIS said...

It was fought under The Gonzo Convention, which is very similar, but involves a lot more people being shot out of canons and landing on their heads.

As for your question, I have already dealt with the Scooter / Skeeter matter. See here for details.

(In short, Skeeter is Scooter's twin sister, who only ever appeared in the Muppet Babies cartoon series.)

But please don't be discouraged from leaving me a Muppet Question! (I know how you don't really care for the Muppets anyway, Clokes, so thanks for asking.)

At Tuesday, February 14, 2006 10:37:00 am, Blogger problematic said...

i understand nothing, and fear you for your knowledge.

At Tuesday, February 14, 2006 12:43:00 pm, Blogger BEVIS said...

Thank you.

Now I advise you to run, dammit! For your own sake, run!


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