Be Careful What You Search For #62

Now with links to the pages people searched for!

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In this edition of “Be Careful What You Search For”, we reveal the pages that brought these intrepid searchers to our actual Internet website. Click the text below the images to see what they found!

swallowtail-butterfly-caterpillar-it-looks-like-a-cartoonswallowtail butterfly caterpillar, it looks like a cartoon

 

still-celebratingstill celebrating

 

mlp-android-get-celestia-from-pop-baloonmlp android get celestia from baloon pop

 

how-long-do-i-have-to-play-demons-souls-before-i-get-sucked-into-ithow long do i have to play demon’s souls before i get sucked into it

 

big-pixel-zombiebig pixel zombie

 

clip-art-for-one-girl-and-boy-eating-puddingclip art of one girl & boy eating pudding

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Terrence Atkins has long nails with blood on them.

2 Comments

  1. I like the idea of linking to the article each search was related to, but the underlining and different color text is a little distracting for me; I feel more like I should be blindly clicking the links than actually reading them. Maybe if the picture linked to the article, or we put the links below the text (or all together at the bottom of the post)? I might be the only person who feels like that, though, so feel free to ignore me.

    1. No, it felt a little weird when I did it, too. Maybe I can put like an asterisk with the link… I feel like people might miss them at the bottom. I’ll figure something out!

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