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The Weirdest Things People Search On Google

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We grow by asking questions but some queries just leave us gasping. Whoever said silence is golden didn’t have a search engine or they too would have asked “Can I vacuum my dog?”.

Well, curiosity doesn’t decline with age. Those silent in the classroom might prefer searching the net in the modern age. Indeed, “why can’t i own a canadian” or “is it illegal to dress up as a batman in australia?” were all asked. They represent only the tip of the iceberg. Curiosity and mankind have often blazed a weird trail, but now it’s possible to see a lot of that on Google. There were searches of all kinds “Lady Gaga naked”, confusion if she’s a man, and dark humor too (“how to raise your iq by eating gifted children”).

The search engine is your problem solver in many ways, but what about for this: “why do i keep hitting myself with a hammer”? And then there are those who asked “are dinosaurs extinct?”. Sample California’s typical searches – “Kim Kardashian” and “what does siri look like?”. As if that wasn’t enough, there was also “what if kanye west is retarded”! It’s all there on Google. Thank your stars you don’t get sued for asking. Here are some of the weirdest things people search on Google:

“what are these strawberries doing on my nipples i need them for the fruit salad”

Where do strange and embarrassing questions like this come from?

Whether people searched for this out of desperation or a wild stretch of imagination, it was quirky

“why do men have nipples?”

Some knowledge seekers are not convinced by their high-school biology lessons

Fair question, but who can help chuckling

“is it rude to fart when someone is crying?”

A difficult one to ask and even tougher to pose to those in grief

You can decide whether this was asked for etiquette’s sake or if it’s sheer innocence

“why did I get married?”

Hopefully this wasn’t meant to be a private query. The whole world knows now!

Thankfully, search statistics aren’t provided for individuals but for a sample population

“put that mayonnaise on your child”

Many people evidently felt compelled to search this gripping term

Some queries do leave us scratching our heads

“is WWE fake?”

Apparently loads of fans aren’t quite sure

In the end, does it really matter?