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Confused Facebook users share Google searches on page

Confused Facebook users have been sharing their Google searches on a public page that made it look like it was set up by the engine.

The page, called Google Search App, has borrowed Google’s logo and promotes another platform for online searches. However, it is not verified, and bears no resemblance to Google’s actual Facebook pages.

Still, some Facebook users have been writing down their searches onto the page in public posts, as if they were typing in Google’s search bar, apparently unaware that other people can read their messages.

Questions: Confused Facebook users have been sharing their Google searches on a public page that made it look like it was set up by the engine

Oops: Some Facebook users have been writing down their searches onto the page in public posts, as if they were typing in Google's search bar

Oops: Some Facebook users have been writing down their searches onto the page in public posts, as if they were typing in Google’s search bar

It seems as though many of these people believe their questions will actually be answered by an administrator running the page, however this has yet to happen. 

Several people typed medical inquiries, such as ‘How to get rid of earwax can’t reach with Q-tip’ or  ‘I want to know what kind of disease causes itching and itching in the anus.’

In a similar way, another person looked up ”What side do u take appendictic [sic] on’, apparently while searching for more information about appendicitis symptoms.

Other searches on the page reflect the small questions that can cross people’s minds throughout the day, such as ‘Who wrote I Left My Heart In San Francisco’  and ‘How do I transfare [sic] my old SIM to new phone.’

Someone also typed ‘Is Trump really the president’, while another person simply typed: ‘LILWAINE.’ 

OK Google: Amazingly, one person  took it upon themselves to act as a search engine, and answered a question related to Clint Eastwood's age

OK Google: Amazingly, one person took it upon themselves to act as a search engine, and answered a question related to Clint Eastwood’s age

Need a doctor? Several people typed medical inquiries, such as 'How to get rid of earwax can't reach with Q-tip' or 'I want to know what kind of disease causes itching and itching in the anus'

Need a doctor? Several people typed medical inquiries, such as ‘How to get rid of earwax can’t reach with Q-tip’ or ‘I want to know what kind of disease causes itching and itching in the anus’

I forget: Other searches on the page reflect the small questions that can cross people's minds throughout the day, such as 'Who wrote I Left My Heart In San Francisco'

I forget: Other searches on the page reflect the small questions that can cross people’s minds throughout the day, such as ‘Who wrote I Left My Heart In San Francisco’

One search, which reads ‘big sexxy nacked [sic] women’, seems to indicate that one user was looking for explicit content.

Another person, on the other hand, appeared to be searching for love and wrote: ‘How to find a woman who love me and just not want seashell collection.’

One Facebook user also wondered whether the Cleveland Browns had made it to the playoffs, while someone was on the hunt for ‘pictures of aniamels [sic].’

Amazingly, one person became so tired of seeing the perpetually unanswered searches they took it upon themselves to act as a search engine, and answered a question related to Clint Eastwood’s age.

‘He’s 87 years old,’ that person wrote helpfully.

Someone else chimed in: ‘Are you just going through helping these lost souls?’ to which the poster replied: ‘Yeah. I’m at work, not really working, and just bored and done with it all.’ 

CONFUSED FACEBOOK USERS SHARE THEIR GOOGLE SEARCHES 



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