IF you consider that plain old Google searches aren’t sparkling – or indeterminate – enough, then you’ll be gratified to know that there’s an choice way to use Google’s hunt engine.
Mystery Search is the waggish swap hunt engine you never knew you needed.
How does Mystery Search work?
Although the little-known site uses the same Google hunt bar as you’re used to, poser searches come with a twist, definition you frequency get the results you were expecting.
That’s since the hunt engine doesn’t show the results for what you just typed in.
Instead, it shows the results for the prior person’s hunt – definition you have no thought what you’re going to get.
Because it uses the last person’s input, you could be faced with literally anything when you hit that hunt button, so be warned that the site is not suitable for children and may not be protected for work.
What are the best Mystery Search results?
When acid for “the Sun online”, the site came up with some totally foolish searches, as good as the results for some swat lyrics, twerking celebrities and the question: “who actually likes Denmark?”
Reddit users have shared their results with the internet too, including “text me pictures of Chewbacca”, “turtle in a turtleneck” and “can we use butter for deoderent?”
What does the I’m Feeling Very Lucky symbol do?
And if you’re feeling dauntless then you can use the I’m Feeling Very Lucky symbol to see the first outcome from the last person’s search.
That’s not to contend that unchanging Google searches can’t be surreal adequate on their own, after we suggested some of the strangest things which have ever been searched.
From “is it healthy to splash your own urine” to “does your decency grow back”, the site’s involuntary hunt suggestions can make for cringeworthy reading.
And if that’s not enough, we also recently suggested how you can find the secret retro games dark divided inside the Google Chrome browser.