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Friday, 13 February 2009 13:22

Google proves humans are a lousy bunch

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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303K people extremely terrified of the Chinese

 

Although one must’ve had some serious free time to even think of this, we found the latest Gizmodo’s “survey” to be quite interesting. It consisted of entering various phrases into Google’s US search engine and checking the result count. The findings? Staggering to say the least.

According to Google, a huge figure of 303K people is “extremely terrified of chinese people” and as much as 1,060,000 think that “Sex is for making babies and revenge”.

Among the more interesting findings you’ll find that 2,730,000 people think that “Sleep is for sissies” and 42,300 wonder “Why Luke Skywalker is an idiot”.

Well, it seems that sometimes keeping faith in humanity means staying away from Google’s truths, as weird as it may seem.

Unfortunately, we couldn’t pick out our favorites, as almost each result cracked us up at least a bit, but feel free to check out the findings here.

Last modified on Friday, 13 February 2009 16:46

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