10 Things You Shouldn’t Look up on Google

10 Things You Shouldn’t Look up on Google |

Things you should on Google: A few days ago I needed some less flattering images to accompany one of my articles, and some horrible things that literally made my eyes bleed.

In many situations Google can be your best friend, because there is literally nothing you cannot find on it. The sad thing is that there are certain articles or images that are better left unseen. For example, if you ever search for a disease on Google, you will immediately wish you never did it, because the images are mortifying.

It seems that everything related to medicine somehow leads to cancer, or is at least accompanied by a set of disgusting photos that will make you think that you’re probably gonna die, even if you’re only suffering from a cold. Because we don’t want you to go blind when looking for something online, we have compiled a list of things that you should NEVER, EVER search for on Google. Inspired by the “Type with your eyes closed” saying, here are ten terms you should not type in the damned search box.


10. The Death Clock

I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to know when I’m going to die. You’ve ignored us and searched for it anyway, right? We can also assume that you have already typed in your date of birth, data, and smoking habits, and the almighty internet has told you when you’ll be pushing up daisies, right? Despite the fact that the “smart” voice in the back of your head is saying that it’s illogical, you still can’t get it out of your head, can’t you?

9. “Lazy Sundays”

There are no words to describe this… Unless you are into old men, who enjoy “scrubbing” each other in the shower, you should try to stay away.

Disclaimer: Although we do not wish to include these sort of things in our list, the search phrase is pretty, innocent. When people think of lazy Sunday, something like this comes to mind:


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