Google Search Surprise – Expect The Unexpected

 Have you ever seen an entree made entirely out of sweets or had a dinner that is styled to look like a dessert? I’ve always thought it was a pretty good trick. . . You take a first bite and BOOM.

Your Grilled Cheese is actually made out of sponge cake and frosting. Score!

Or . . .

You get meatloaf instead of chocolate cake. Let. Down.

Well, today I discovered a different kind of random fun with a little less let-down for those of you who wanted cake instead of meatloaf, or grilled cheese instead of cake.

This game involves two easy steps…

1.) Google search something innocent and random , like , oh, I don’t know:

2.) Find the most random result, and choose whether to laugh your butt off, be mildly amused, or weep for the future of humanity.

I stumbled upon this game by chance today and was PRETTY surprised at some of the options Google provided me with based on my search terms. Okay, maybe I was not always looking on the first page of results, but I am still beyond surprised that I wound up with the following google results through various searches today:

(oh dear)

(the things websites can teach you these days)

(wait, this is a new mash-up?)


(is the best cut of meat the chosen one?)

(If this is happening, do I really want to know about it?)


(Note to self: Learn to play the Ukulele)

(I think expects could probably put their time to better use.)

(this is a headline?!)

(Um. Behavior has a home page.)

(Our poor world.)


(Our poor future.)

(Haha! Sexy and I know it, Farming and I grow it. . . !!)

(I’m pretty sure it’s anybody’s problem child if they’re addicted.)

(Best exclamation of all time!)

(Buy your face?)

(. . .  when clicked upon, the title ended with the word diarrhea.)

(Enough people needed to know that they made it a website.) 

Published by Abby

Dabbling in decoratives is an ongoing obsession. I love having a go at This, That and the Other. . . tackling projects that tickle my fancy, hoarding costumes (for the "Someday" that I own a dress-up tea-house for grown-ups) and hosting themed parties whenever I am not immersed in teaching French and Writing to high school students. In the interest of full transparency, there's something serious you should know: I overuse the ellipsis . . . frequently. Embarassingly enough, it seems to be the punctuation that best captures my stream of thought as it flits off of one subject and towards the next!

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