Billions of Google users have warned about three phrases you should never search for – it’s your own fault
GOOGLE users have been warned about three phrases they should never look up on the popular search engine.
Social media users have shared online things they googled, only to regret it immediately afterwards.
Warning: Three sentences in particular produced very vivid and frightening images, per Loadable.
A user noted Reddit that they tried to google “moth larva” but it went horribly wrong.
“Swype had other plans for me and I did a Google image search for ‘mouth larva,'” they said.
“I couldn’t close this window fast enough,” they added.
Another user on the Reddit thread noted that he had an unpleasant experience googling “degloving”.
The term describes “a traumatic injury that causes the top layers of skin and tissue to be torn away from underlying muscle, connective tissue, or bone.”
“The bones in my hand…shaking,” commented one user under the thread.
“I looked that up and just found out that muscles really do look like they do on TV. Thanks Google!” noted a second user.
Another phrase that users have warned about is “calculus bridge,” a term for dental plaque.
More specifically, it is “an extensive calculus matrix spanning multiple tooth surfaces, and calculus bridges are often associated with receding gums and periodontitis.”
“Whatever you do, DO NOT google ‘Calculus Bridge,'” one person pleaded.
“Be right back, need to brush my teeth,” added a second Reddit user.
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