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Stupid Searches on the Internet

Stupid Searches on the Internet - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Stupid Searches, Dumb Words Looked Up, Funny Search Engine Keywords

We've all used a search engine to look up something on the internet. Have you ever searched for something dumb like: "sentences" or "woof" or even "duffle?" Kidzworld did some digging around and put together a list of the top 10 stupid words that have been searched for in the past few months. People have actually entered these keywords in a search engine hoping for results.

  1. www.yahoo.com
  2. www.hotmail.com
  3. www.google.com
  4. www.ebay.com
  5. love
  6. free
  7. wild cherries
  8. blank
  9. cracks
  10. thongs

It's more than a little dumb to punch a Web site address into a search engine. If you know the address what are you searching for? And words like "love," "free" and "blank" are pretty useless on their own. You'll end up with a billion returns on sites that mean nothing to you. For example, if you're lookin' for "Free CDs" and you punch in the word "free" by itself you'll end up with Web addresses for everything from free software to free email to free dog jackets. As for the word "cracks" - what in the heck is that a search for? Cracks in software? Cracks in pavement? Butt cracks? Eww!

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Thongs, wow!! They can be either like flipflops or underwear. Those are big now and they have a very thin string going up your butt that gives you a major wedgie!! It is supposed to be sexy!! Ha! It's nasty.

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Nickname: Sarah2
Age: 15

Are you guilty of looking up some dumb keywords? Remember, search engines can't think for you - you've still gotta use your brain. So if you're gonna do a stupid search don't be surprised if you don't like the results.

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