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10 Crazy and Most Bizarre Autocomplete Fails by Google: Happy Birthday Google!

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Google! The amazing invention that has made our lives easier is celebrating its 21st birthday today!

To mark this day, Google has a doodle with a system monitor featuring Google’s search screen and showing a timestamp dated September 27, 1998, the inception date of this amazing thing!

A project that was taken up by two computer graduates in their dorm room, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, is a tech giant, which is now one of the biggest companies in the world. Initially named Backrub, the search engine portal went through a number of developments to become what it is today. 

It is that one project that has eased the lives of people living on planet earth. Whether it is searching for a picture or a book, watching a video or downloading files because of them everything is possible, in just a click!  They have changed the way people find information, it has catapulted internet research into the 21st Century. 

In 2001, They were granted a Patent for its technology and Page was listed as its investor. After this, the company went public. Over the years, they have released products like Google Docs, Gmail, Google Drive and one of the most popular web browsers named Chrome.

As of this year, Google’s estimated net worth is around $300 billion and its parent company is worth approximately $900 billion. Together, the two are worth over Amazon and Apple.

With over 60,000 employees in 50 countries, Google makes and contributes to hundreds of products that are used by billions globally.

In the hectic world of the 21st-century generation, Google is a true friend, a confidant, and your silent ally. If you are unsure or uncertain of anything, then you can turn to Google for reassurance. Google has magic, it predicts what you might be looking for before you’ve even asked for it! 

Let us celebrate Google’s birthday with some crazy, and most bizarre autocomplete fails that have ever graced the face of Google! 

Humanity at its most intimate and at its worst? It is crazy to see people being terrified of Chinese people

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How on earth is that possible? Pickle destroying someone’s life?

Pickles weird autocomplete
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It obviously won’t start moving, I guess!!

Google weird autocomplete
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Yes Google, you just need to stop! Let me at least finish

Google weird autocomplete
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He would chop you in slices maybe?

Google weird autocomplete
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Thanks for the advice Google! I anyway don’t prefer eating socks with my morning java.

Google weird autocomplete
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Questions regarding humans need to be answered by someone correctly. God pleas appear! 

Google weird autocomplete
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Maybe because he is hot? 

Google weird autocomplete
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That is kindda gross, but umm okay! 

Google weird autocomplete
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A baby prostitute? Well, I don’t exactly know what that is and I am definitely surely, I don’t know what it smells like

Google weird autocomplete
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However maybe the search results, the end goal remains the same. 

We Love You Google. 

Happy Birthday

Signing out!

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