Google is the mother of the Internet. I use Google everyday, and I’m sure many of you do the same. It is the place you go to ask questions. Don’t know how to cook chicken? Google it. Trying to find the perfect birthday present for your spouse’s father? Google it. Want to use Yahoo as your search engine? GTFO and Google itÂ instead.
Google is great for everything, but it is particularly useful for asking those questions that we’d rather not ask our peers. Below is an infographic that sheds some light on the privacy of Google users. They never thought this stuff would come back to haunt them, but it did. So if you’ve ever Googled any of this stuff, know that the rest of us are laughing at you. I hope you feel embarrassed, freak. JK. I Google weird stuff, too.
But I can honestly say with 100% certainty that I have never Googled, “Am I pregnant?” If you’re uncertain about being pregnant, I hope you know that although Google is pretty awesome, it cannot tell you if you are pregnant. I am curious though… I wonder what the male to female ratio on that search is.
Also, “How to sext,” is a fairly popular search, which means that every month, at least 22,200 people are trying to do the nasty over text messages. Which leads me to assume that if they have to search for tips on sexting, then they don’t know how regular sex works, and I would suggest that they Google that first.
The point is, people search for weird s**t. I urge you to keep googling your weird thoughts though, because then we can have more awesome infographics like this. [Search Factory]