Google has become my go-to search engine for all of my questions, from simple to wacky. Sometimes I have no idea what I’m actually looking for – I just know that somehow, Google will have my answer.
Ever since Google added the instant auto-complete option to their search engine, I’ve come to the conclusion that maybe I’m not the only one who wonders about weird things. They make for a good laugh in the middle of a tedious workday. Creatine Marketing reviews some of the craziest things that people actually search.
Hmm…never thought about it, but now that Google’s mentioned it I guess I am quite relieved with the fact that I’m not a magical monster straight out of a Jewish folklore. Looks like there are about 20,000 other grateful people out there looking at life from a rather positive perspective and relieved by their not-so-negative search results.
It’s like watching an episode of Dateline NBC’s How to Catch Predator and realizing that getting caught cheating on a test isn’t as bad as being a pedophile on national television. Life is good.
It’s always nice to vent once in a while… but to Google? Really? Google has a lot of answers, however I don’t think it is going to be able to help you out with your relationship insecurities. The best it can do is connect you with a local counselor.
Legal Or Not?
Google is a great place to test your legal boundaries…without actually ending up in jail. But can you believe there is actually an answer for questioning the legality of marrying your deceased wife’s sister? And why do so many people in Scotland want to marry their widow’s sister anyway?
Google has become a common source for all of the things you should’ve already learned in middle school. Maybe we should all watch a little more Discovery Channel? Or perhaps some more episodes of CSI and Law and Order.
Looks like this guy doesn’t need any more liquor. And Google probably shouldn’t be suggesting any places either.
Thank goodness for Google…now we don’t have to use common sense anymore.
“Never put baby in a corner,”…Classic.
Google Suggest can guide you in many ways. It can help you learn new things and settle debates, but it can also make you question what on earth goes on in other people’s minds. And, let’s be honest, you can’t help but click on a weird search suggestion and see for yourself. You know how that saying goes – “There is no such thing as a stupid question,” – well, Google’s search engine just might change your views on that.
By Ashley Caluag | Creatine Marketing
This entry was posted on Thursday, August 22nd, 2013 at 7:30 am
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