“Define An English Person” C-Word Easter Egg or Google F-Bomb? – Search Engine Watch (#SEW)

9 02 2012

An Australian “friend” asked me to Google “define an English person”; so being easily led, I did! The following link pretty much explains my own experience!

“Define An English Person” C-Word Easter Egg or Google F-Bomb? – Search Engine Watch (#SEW).

A similarly witty response used to await anyone entering “French military victories” and pressing “I’m feeling lucky”, but the advent of iGoogle has kind of spoiled that joke a bit.

A screen capture showing what you find when you go to Google, type in

The final landing page still exists though for those needing a quick laugh: http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/text/france.html




4 responses

9 02 2012


I remember once typing in ‘Can I’ in order to ask a question and found one of the top suggestions was ‘Can I get pregnant from my dog’. Which was quite worrying. But yes, there used to be lots of fun with that back in the day.

9 02 2012
Quieter Elephant

Quite worrying indeed!

Reminds me of a nursery rhyme:
Mary had a little lamb
The vet he was confused
‘Cause Mary is a Jersey cow
Which means there’s a short-sighted ram running around somewhere

24 04 2013

Sorry, still laughing over the “french military victories” thing

24 04 2013
Quieter Elephant

Most people DO laugh over the idea of French military victories. Especially in Canada.

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