Video: Reacting to Search Terms that got people to this blog over the years

To commemorate 4 years of The Diversity of Classic Rock, I am reacting to the most bizarre or interesting search terms that have brought people to this blog. You can watch the video below:

As of writing this, the blog has gotten almost 100,000 views from so many different countries since I started it in March 2015. Never did I think my blog would get so many views. I started this blog as part of a school project, but fell in love with writing about classic rock and decided to continue it. Now I’m here. Thank you everyone for the support! ☮️💖

Let me know if you want to see more videos!

Shout out to my good friend and Topaz level Patron, Patrick.

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