Google’s Top 10 Searches For 2016 Have Been Released And My Searches Are A Bittt More F*cked Up

by 10 months ago
map each state googled most

Shutterstock


Everyone knows that one’s internet search history is the best way to get to know someone. There isn’t much I’d do to keep mine out of the public eye. Translation: I’m into some…unconventional porn. But I digress.

The world Googled trillions of times in 2016 and and on Wednesday the company revealed which terms were the most frequently Googled in 2016. The number one search term for 2016 “Powerball,” which is in reference to the $1.56 billion jackpot–the biggest in the world–that three ticket holders won in early 2016. Number three 1,600 was a little more somber–Hurricane Matthew was a tropical cyclone which became the first Category 5 Atlantic hurricane since Hurricane Felix. It is estimated to have cause an estimated 1,600 deaths and $10.5 billion in damage.

If you’re like me, you’re wondering what the fuck Slither.io is. According to Wikipedia, it’s multiplayer browser game where players control a snake-like avatar, which consumes multicolored pellets from other players, and ones that naturally spawn on the map in the game to grow in size. It was Googled millions and millions of times and I officially live under a rock.

1. Powerball
2. Prince
3. Hurricane Matthew
4. Pokémon Go
5. Slither.io
6. Olympics
7. David Bowie
8. Trump
9. Election
10. Hillary Clinton

Top People Searches (exlcuding deaths): 

1. Donald Trump
2. Hillary Clinton
3. Michael Phelps
4. Bernie Sanders
5. Steven Avery
6. Ryan Lochte
7. Simone Biles
8. Cam Newton
9. Usain Bolt
10. Kevin Durant

Here are my personal top 10 Google searches of 2016:

10.Acceptable locker room talk
9. Average penis size
8. Poison Ivy vs. Herpes
7. How to make dad proud
6. Zac Efron abs
5. Am I gay for Googling Zac Efron abs?
4. Melania Trump nudes
3. Consequences for violating a restraining order.
2. How to please a woman.
1. Kitchen products best for getting high.

[h/t The Verve]


TAGSGooglegoogle searchespopular search terms

Join The Discussion