Google has been a very useful web search engine right after it blew up and it came to the point that it became an essential tool for studies, work, and information.
But what we have collected on this list are the top things you should never ever search on Google.
- Your Symptoms.
This is the most mental bugger right after COVID-19 started. Why? You’re sneezing with a sore throat but Google will say you have a rare terminal illness or you have got COVID.
But the best symptoms checker is not Google, it’s your doctor.
- Calculus Bridge.
When you thought that this is a difficult math problem but actually, it is a major dental problem.
Don’t search it if you don’t wanna get goosebumps.
A calculus bridge is an extensive matrix of calculus that extends across several tooth surfaces. Often a calculus bridge is associated with gingival recession and periodontal disease. Removal of the bridge may reveal several mobile teeth. Patients should be advised of this possibility prior to beginning debridement.
It’s not the NBA player Evan Fournier, actually, Fournier is the name of the French physician who first identified this disease. Gangrene is where your tissues die because of a lack of blood flow or bacterial infection. Fournier’s gangrene is a type of necrotizing fasciitis.
Again, do not Google it, even Evan asked not to google it.
It sounds like a crocodile film, right? But actually not.
It is actually an illicit injectable drug domestically manufactured from codeine, iodine, phosphorus, paint thinner, and lighter fuel.
It has been used as a substitute for heroin in Russia and Ukraine.
Don’t search it and don’t try to use it as the side effects of the often-illegally produced drugs include toxic substances which can “cook” the skin, or cause large-scale tissue infection or damage in the injected area. It’s become known as a flesh-eating drug. I said don’t google it.
- Mouth larva.
From the word itself, do not google it.
One Redditor was looking for ‘moth larva’ and instead ran into this best.
We can confirm, it’s exactly what you’d expect and you shouldn’t go there.
Just don’t do it.
This is the real-life infinite loop if you compare it to Dr. Strange’s time loop.
Well, it is 100 percent true that Googling Google will only lead to more Google pages – a waste of time.
Also, chances are your URL field is also a search bar – save yourself some time and search for what you’re looking for.