Google search queries – Awesome and Funny

Google search can do a lot more than you probably think it can. I’ve rounded up some things you can type into Google Search that you might not have realized.

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Funny “Did you mean:” suggestions:

  • “recursion”
  • “anagram”

Funny autocomplete search suggestions:

  • “stop finishing my se”…

Try googling “Do a Barrel Roll

The results page will rotate 360 degrees.


On Valentine’s Day (and since I can’t add another answer), I found this one:

Google this:
5 + (-sqrt(1-x^2-(y-abs(x))^2))*cos(30*((1-x^2-(y-abs(x))^2))), x is from -1 to 1, y is from -1 to 1.5, z is from 1 to 6

And you’ll get something pretty amazing.

Searching for walking directions on Google Maps from The Shire to Mordor gives interesting results.

When you try searching “binary” in google, it will return the number of results in binary.

Try searching “atari breakout” in the google image search to play the game breakout.

If you google search, ‘the answer to life, the universe and everything‘, it will return the answer as 42.

Try searching for ‘atari breakout‘ in Google images !

zerg rush” and get ready to kill “olings” before they eat the whole page! So much fun!

If you don’t actually search for anything, and just hit ‘I’m feeling lucky’? A catalogue of all the Google doodles — all the way back to 1998

When you image search “241543903″, you will get images of people with their head in freezer.

Just search “where is chuck norris” then click on the first link

Pokemon Myth : The Infamous Mystery Of Mew

Mew is a small, pink, psychic-type legendary Pokémon. It was added to Pokemon Red and Green as a secret character.

As such, its presence has been surrounded by rumors and myths, which contributed to make the Pokémon franchise a success. Mew could not be legitimately obtained in the games except from Pokémon distribution events.
Pokemon The Mystery Of Mew

The Pokemon series is chock-full of secrets and rumors, but none are as infamous as the mystery of Mew. The 151st Pokemon was only ever officially available via special distribution events, but that didn’t stop fans from using cheat devices like GameShark or concocting harebrained schemes to obtain the elusive Legendary in Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow. The most well known method was to visit the truck parked adjacent to the S.S. Anne in Vermillion City and use a Pokemon with either Strength or Cut. Since neither ability was available at that point in the game, you’d have to trade for the necessary critters with a friend. Of course, this trick turned out to be a bust, but there is in fact a confirmed method for capturing Mew that requires exploiting a particularly lengthy glitch.

How “The Facebook” would have been marketed in 1995?

Television commercial for The Facebook from the mid-90s. It genuinely felt like a 1990s commercial without overdoing it too much. Even the video-quality, inserts of the computer monitor and the on-screen text felt very true to the era.
Mark Zuckerberg The Facebook

As you might remember from watching The Social Network, the site was originally called The Facebook, until Napster cofounder Sean Parker – played by Justin Timberlake, told Mark Zuckerberg to drop the “The” and just call it “Facebook” because it would be cleaner. Well, in 1995, we’d definitely still be calling it The Facebook.

If the video is a direct parody of a real AOL commercial from 1995: