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Here are some of the oddest google searches that have brought people to InCultureParent:

  • arabic for picking up girls
  • is holding a crying babies nose bad for it
  • i hate men who are circumcised
  • pics of my hubby’s manhood
  • nude republic
  • Brazilian women at the beach
  • women being whipped
  • organic chemistry is torture
  • buff blonde boy blogs
  • Boy too big to fit through chimney
  • married couples dressed/undressed
  • wearing see-through clothes in public
  • free body culture girls
  • hot pregnant indian
  • having sex with an amazon woman
  • painting of couple having sex
  • I don’t want anyone to be happy
  • doll proportions
  • I hate being a parent
  • Grandpa drink my milk
  • my mom shows nude body to friends

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  1. Commentssaill   |  Friday, 10 February 2012 at 6:09 pm

    Wow. It’s pretty surreal, reading them listed like that and imagining typing in those search terms. I wonder what other websites come up when you google “Grandpa drink my milk”?

  2. CommentsKate   |  Wednesday, 29 May 2013 at 9:10 pm

    “Maps for kids” was the search that brought me to your website. But I’m really glad it did!

  3. CommentsRenee Moore   |  Monday, 06 January 2014 at 9:59 am

    I love your recent article on teaching in the classroom and posted it to my FB page. What you are doing is so wonderful and together with wholistic Life Foundation out of Baltimore — you got the whole package; Kudos to your organization. I love it.
    Renee Moore.

  4. CommentsHarriet MCGuire   |  Friday, 28 March 2014 at 10:38 am

    Please send me e-mail address to which I can send 2014 announcement of the Children’s Africana Book Awards and an article from Teaching Tolerance on the importance of the work your website is doing. Or call 703.549-8208

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