Things You Shouldn’t Search for on Internet
Avoid spiraling down the dark hole of Internet searches and creating unnecessary stress for yourself by skipping these keywords and things you should not Google.
These are some of the things you shouldn’t search fpr on the internet.
1. Anything that is going to embarrass you.
We all have embarrassing inquiries, but if you’re concerned they could be used against you, say, in a political race, then it’s best not to search on internet for it! Even if you permanently delete your search, you’re out of luck according to security experts Svea Eckert and Andreas Dewes, who managed to gather the online habits of some three million German citizens without their knowledge, as well as the private web history of prominent public figures, including judges and politicians. Besides that, you really don’t want ads popping up for those embarrassing inquiries, especially if your boss is lurking over your shoulder.
2. Your symptoms: Let’s begin with your health problems, many websites specialise in such content but are not managed by doctors. Looking up at your symptoms on the internet will not help you, in fact, you would panic. In case of any health problem don’t get dependent on Dr Google, simply get an appointment and visit a doctor.
3. Lemon Party
Why you shouldn’t search it: Want to watch some VERY old men having sx? No? Then don’t search, ‘Lemon party’.
4. Cancer: This is a case in which the less you know the better you sleep. There are many kinds of these and can be similar to other harmless conditions that just might not be cancer, which will mistakingly make you believe you have symptoms of cancer.
5. Do not search for online banking websites
There are many fake online banking websites on the internet. It is highly advisable not to do a Google search to find your bank’s online banking website unless you know the exact official URL. Always, enter the official URL of your bank’s online banking portal to access site to stay safe. This is because chances of phishing increasing drastically in which you might enter your bank’s login ID and password on a website that may just look like the bank’s official website and could be a phishing site instead.
6. Anything Criminal
Ok, this one is serious. You may try to look up things like “how to make a bomb” or “how to make amphetamines” out of pure interest. However, keep in mind that security and drug control services always track these kinds of searches, and your IP address can appear in such a database. You don’t want to get in trouble because of your curiosity, do you?
7. Do not search p*rn or anything that might embarrass you later on the internet.
We all know how Google ads work. Whatever you search on Google somewhat pops up as advertisements on other websites that you visit. Do not search for p*rn or anything that might embarrass you later on Google as you will definitely do not want Google Ads suggestions based on your search history to follow you to your office.
8. Skin conditions
There are many diseases connected with the skin, and most of them look really bad. For some reason, you can find online images of almost all of them. However, it’s much better to stay ignorant in this case because this kind of content can be extremely disturbing. Please do not look up genital infections either.
9. Your e-mail address
It can be illuminating to see what you’re linked to online, and sometimes terrifying.
Reddit users reported sold accounts, spam, password leaks, the lot – in fact, it’s probably safest to search to double check, even if you don’t like what you find.
10. Brazilian girls
If you’re searching for this term, hoping to see lots of beautiful ladies from Brazil, you’ll need to add a bit more to the search term.
Unless you’re looking for a load of waxing tutorials and a -plethora of bums.
11. 4 girls finger paint
Oh, how nice, some young ladies expressing themselves artistically and enjoying an afternoon of… OH SWEET LORD NO!!!!” That would’ve been your reaction if someone had fooled you into Googling this. But now, I have spared you the trauma.
In what was commonly referred to as a “sequel” of sorts to famed Internet shock video “2 Girls 1 Cup” (a video of two young women using each other like a port-a-potty), “4 Girls Finger Paint” features a quartet of women painting themselves and one another using their own f***s. Not grossed out yet? Don’t worry! They eventually find a way to work some vomit in there as well.
12. Blue Waffle
Why you shouldn’t search it: It’s an internet hoax about a disease affecting women – illustrated by some memorably h©rrible pictures.
Though it may sound like some kind of incredibly advanced mathematical equation, the reality is far worse.
13. Calculus Bridge
Calculus Bridge is the process of so much tartar building up inside a person’s mouth that it creates an outer layer completely coating the teeth and the gaps between them.
Certain to put you off your dinner, or at least your tartar sauce.
No, this is not the mascot for Bath & Bodyworks, kiddies, far from it. You’re not gonna be treated to a video of a pretty young lady relaxing and taking a bath. Instead, you’re as$aulted by the image of a young Japanese woman wearing a mask, scrunched up in a bath tub and… well, she ain’t using Mr Bubbles, Calgon, Clinique, or any other bath soap to bathe in. She’s pretty much bathing in her own orange bum waste. If you value your love of orange juice or nacho cheese, I’d suggest staying away from this.
15. Steve Irwin’s Death:
Steve Irwin, best known as “The Crocodile Hunter” on Animal Planet. On September 4, 2006, while taking part in production of the documentary series Ocean’s DeadIiest, during a lull in filming caused by inclement weather, Irwin decided to snorkel in shallow waters while being filmed in an effort to provide footage for his daughter’s TV show Bindi: The Jungle Girl. While swimming chest-deep in water, Irwin approached a stingray with an approximate span of two meters (6.5 ft) from the rear in order to film it swimming away. The stingray propped on its front and started $tabbing wildly with its tail, as a defensive response to being boxed in, causing its barb to pierce Irwin’s heart, resulting in him bIeeding to de.ath. Crew members aboard Irwin’s boat administered CPR and rushed him to shore. He was pronounced dead at the scene. It is believed that Steve Irwin’s de.ath is the only fatality from a stingray ever captured on video. In the weeks following Steve Irwin’s d.eath, at least ten stingrays were found d.ead and mutilated on the beaches of Queensland with their tails cut off. Rather it was an act of revenge by the fans, or just for anglers to avoid being stung by accident remains unconfirmed.
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