Googlies - Innocuous words with strange search results

#1
I'll set the scene, my 12 year old boy is keen to build a bumblebee nest box for next spring. I showed him a design I found on a UK website. Being more Hermann than is good for him, he was not quite sure of some of the English woodworking terms used, but instead of bothering me, he, resourceful as he is, googlied them, on my safe search off profile.

He'd just typed "Nailed" in Google images when his mum walked in.......try it yourself!

Are there any other innocuous words with strange googly results, I think it deserves some arrse research?
 
#3
I got this.Don't seem that bad.

Nailed (2001) 90 min - Drama | Romance

A clothing designer fights to keep her Jewish-Italian family together when her brother decides to have a child with a woman he barely knows.
Director:
Joel Silverman
Writer:
Joel Silverman

Stars:
Rachel Blanchard, Harvey Keitel and Brad Rowe
 

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#4
As ever, I rise to the occasion but am totally disappointed! The first two are about a love story between waitress and US senator, then the definitions of nailed occupy the next two slots with no references to anything 'Mummy' would be shocked at with the first reference to the S word only as a definition of having s - e - x.

All totally innocuous - what are you trying to say?
 
#5
As ever, I rise to the occasion but am totally disappointed! The first two are about a love story between waitress and US senator, then the definitions of nailed occupy the next two slots with no references to anything 'Mummy' would be shocked at with the first reference to the S word only as a definition of having s - e - x.

All totally innocuous - what are you trying to say?
Maybe it's a boxhead thing?
 
#6
As ever, I rise to the occasion but am totally disappointed! The first two are about a love story between waitress and US senator, then the definitions of nailed occupy the next two slots with no references to anything 'Mummy' would be shocked at with the first reference to the S word only as a definition of having s - e - x.

All totally innocuous - what are you trying to say?
Try selecting "Images" on the Google results page ;-)
 

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#7
I typed in "Goat Fisting Lesbians" and got a link to Deepcut.

Bizzare.
 
#8
I suspect that mini Cernunnos was happily surfing "educational" material when Mrs C rolled in and the "I got this by accident, I was looking for woodworking hints" came out, but good skills on the young guy for thinking on his feet.
 
#9
I typed 'Nailed' into Ask Jeeves images and got this on the first page...
 

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#10
A Septic bird once asked me what a 'manhole cover' was. So I typed 'Manhole' into Google. For your sanity, do not make the same mistake.
 
#12
A Septic bird once asked me what a 'manhole cover' was. So I typed 'Manhole' into Google. For your sanity, do not make the same mistake.
Just made the same mistake with Ask,,,God my brain is numb...
 
#16
I'll set the scene, my 12 year old boy is keen to build a bumblebee nest box for next spring. I showed him a design I found on a UK website. Being more Hermann than is good for him, he was not quite sure of some of the English woodworking terms used, but instead of bothering me, he, resourceful as he is, googlied them, on my safe search off profile.

He'd just typed "Nailed" in Google images when his mum walked in.......try it yourself!

Are there any other innocuous words with strange googly results, I think it deserves some arrse research?
I typed nailed into google images and this pic appeared.......very odd.

 
#17
Oddly enough, I tried Googling 'censorship'.

 
#19
Perhaps what came up was the images that cernunnos Sr had been looking at.

BTW, anyone know if Google Chrome has an equivalent of "InPrivate" on IE? Just in case I'm using MrsPlume's computer and ahem need to look for a present for her ahem ahem...
 

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#20
why would she be interested in a cheerleader spit roast? I hope your kitchen is big enough.

chrome should have an extension for that if you go through them.
 

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