Will Googlenope for Food
Last year, Washington Post columnist Gene Weingarten used one of his essays to point out that it’s really, really hard to search for a short phrase on Google that isn’t already out there on somebody’s site.
He came up with a few searches, however, that drew no results. Phrases like “Queen Elizabeth’s buttocks” and “I’m fixin’ to solve me the Shimura-Taniyama conjecture.”
Clearly, these aren't the most common things out there on the Internet. But you'd think that somebody, somewhere, would have typed these into a website.
You'd be wrong.
He called any such group of words that cannot be found on Google a “Googlenope.” And I’ve had many phrases cross my mind lately that I suspected might qualify.
Indeed, until Google picks up this post, these are all Googlenopes:
Accurate weather forecast in Washington, D.C.
Smell my leather pants.
The benefit of watching reality TV.
Britney Spears is America’s role model.
Tasty German supper.
Congressmen who make me horny.
Bravery among Frenchmen.
My threesome with Jessica Alba and Screech from Saved by the Bell.
And, sadly, this is also a Googlenope:
David Amulet rocks.