Am I the only on who finds it odd that “Google” was one of the top ten words searched for in Google in Canada in 2008.
Who the hell is Googling “Google”? I mean, if you are ALREADY ON THE GOOGLE WEBSITE, why do you have to search for it? I mean, sure, it’s hard to remember that Google can be found at www.google.ca (or .com… as if you mistakenly type “google.com” and you are in Canada, it will automatically switch it to .ca for you). Such a difficult URL to remember. But you are ALREADY ON THE GOOGLE WEBSITE!! And it’s not just like a few randoms were doing this. It was in the top ten searches conducted this year.
This is what I imagine an individual’s thought process is when this happens: “Man, I sure would like to search for information about Sarah Palin. I wonder how I can find such information? Hmm, I hear that Google is an excellent search engine and can surely direct me to photos of Sarah Palin in a star-spangled bikini, but the Google URL is so hard to remember! I know, I’ll Google it!”
Also funny: another one of the words in top ten list of words searched in Google in 2008 – Yahoo.