April 5, 2006
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Number Of Stupid Questions Typed Into Search Engines Tops One Trillion

Crisis of Stupidity Sweeps Internet

The number of stupid questions ever typed into internet search engines has topped the one trillion mark for the first time, according to figures released today by The Chartered Institute of Search Engine Terms.

Questions such as

"Are female moths called myths?" (asked 7,064 times)

"Is a fly without wings called a walk?" (25,645 times)

"What was the best thing before sliced bread?" (45,647 times)

A spokesman for The Chartered Institute of Search Engine Terms, Humphrey Dolittle, told this website:

"The number of stupid questions asked a day is now regularly in the 10 million's across all of the search engines, it is really quite incredible."

"This growth is probably because people think they can ask these stupid questions without fear of being mocked and ridiculed. Up to this time that has certainly been true. However, as search engine technology improves it won't be long before we can actually track down the dumb dumbs and make them publicly accountable for their lack of sense."

"I can only hope that the days are numbered for questions such as :

"If crime doesn't pay does that mean my job is a crime?"

"Do Roman paramedics refer to IV's as 4's ?"

"Why didn't Noah swat those two mosquitoes?"

"If a vegetarian eats vegetables, what does a humanitarian eat?"

"Why are hemorrhoids called hemorrhoids and not asteroids?"


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