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Author Topic: Google Search Tricks for Better ASFR Scenes Results  (Read 753 times)
boundy22
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« on: October 25, 2017, 05:07:35 AM »

Hello all ,

I am creating this thread so that everyone can share tips and tricks in google search in order to come up with better Results regarding ASFR Scenes results in TV and Movies , I usually target websites that has some kind of Database or episode guide in it and the wikis are one of the good sources , and I would be glad if anyone could share the websites they know that has episode guides or databases

For example in the power rangers wiki , I type the following : Keyword site:powerrangers.wikia.com , Typing keywords like " Stone , Statue , Petrify , Petrification , Frozen , Gold , Turned ...etc " will come up with some ASFR scenes some we know and some we don't know , Of course that won't bring 100% of ASFR scenes from the series but it is an easy and effective method to know what is written in the wiki that is associated with ASFR

As for IMDB and Wikipedia , The Two most famous database , For IMDB Then I need a method the search go directly to the descriptions itself rather than the title , and As For wikipedia then I need a method to differentiate between Media Pages and non-Media pages

So I would be totally glad if people could share the google search tricks that could help in finding scenes and for sharing websites that has a content to be searched
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soapsnakes
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« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2017, 02:00:06 PM »

Well I know one like using " " for exact results like maybe search for "turn to stone" or something. There is also the - thing so you can filter results. By the way you don't need the full link you can just do like site:wiki or site:wikia.com and stuff.
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petedav
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« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2017, 09:22:27 AM »

Lurking around TVTropes also can give you something.

What about media from different languages instead? Japanese keyword is commonly used, but I always thought other languages may get you something nice.
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Crystalline
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« Reply #3 on: October 31, 2017, 07:52:43 PM »

Well, "氷で漬けた" which translates to "pickled in ice" had netted me some new Japanese media results that are more fetish-based. You just have to be creative in your searches after learning from the results you have gotten in the past.
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