This post has nothing to do with personal finance, retirement, or anything money related. We’re looking at some of the stranger search terms that have brought people to Incoming Assets over the years.
“Craigslist for dummies”
Craigslist rocks! Yay for buying secondhand and saving the environment!
“the food that have lot of assets”
Mmmmm food assets….
“bringing household goods packed in suitcases into guatemala”
This somehow sounds shady? Is “household goods” a euphemism? If you’re coming to Incoming Assets expecting to find drug smuggling tips, you should probably find a different line of work.
“where can you buy fridge freezers in iceland”
I have no idea. But it’s probably a good idea to get one. The frozen Icelandic veggie burgers are quite good.
Well, one of us had fun learning how to use hair clippers! Cel, not so much.
“what is incoming asspets”
HA HA SOMEONE SAID ASSPETS!
“what are uncategorized assets”
That’s when I forget to add the right tags to a blog post, obviously.
“how much is a bag of rigatoni at a grocery store”
Cel says it’s about $1.30.
“an idiots guide to getting a haircut”
Uh… sit in a chair and let the person cut your hair?
“folding rocking chairs for small apartments”
That sounds really dangerous. Please don’t.
“no groceries one month”
Also known as the Starvation Diet. Again, please don’t do this.
That’s all of them for now.