Clam Gun, Squid Jig and Canadian Tuxexo – Weird Stuff Washington State is Googling
Not a day goes by where I have to Google something whether it's a location of a business or just finding out a new term my daughter started using. Washington state has a few odd-ball search terms that have popped up recently and Estately decided to list every states odd searches. Do you know what a clam gun is?
According to Estately, here's what Washington state is Googling. I'll try to help you out, too.
temporary tattoo paper / emergency kit / emergency rations / earthquake kit / Canadian tuxedo / squid jig / crab pot / clam gun / shrimp pot
Exactly what you think it is. Paper to make your own temporary tattoos.
We usually use this as something you keep in your vehicle during the winter for those drives over the passes in case you get stuck. Often a first-aid kit, blanket, non-perishable snacks, etc.
More of the same. Granola bars and other stuff like it.
This was a little surprising to find this on the list for something Washington was Googling, but since we do have a fault line that goes right through Seattle.
This is when you're wearing jeans along with a jean jacket. Top and bottom, both denim.
It's a type of fishing tool.
It's the name of a restaurant in the Seattle area, but also the name for a crab-catching cage-type device.
a cylinder-type shovel used for finding clams on the beach.