Monday, May 05, 2008

I'm pretty sure that was not my search.

Google keeps track of the terms you search. For those of you to whom this is news, I suggest you go back and clear your history. Trust me on this, you don't want your kid to be looking up "Bunsen Burners" for her science project only to discover that you have a deep seeded bunion fetish.

Anyhoo . . . I typed in the letter "f " into Google this afternoon and noticed this odd search term:

For the life of me, I cannot recall any projects that would have required "fat chicks" research.

What I have here is a real-life whodunit. WHO has been using my office computer? WHAT were they looking for? WHEN did this happen? WHY the hell didn't they use their own computer?!

If anyone has information that would assist in my office sleuthing, please drop me a line.


Trish said...

How do you clear the search history? I can clear my recent internet sites visited but I can't figure out how to clear the search terms as shown in your helpful illustration.

Anonymous said...

Smart money is on Mr. Brandon Brown!! I bet he also ran a search for Iowa State Athletics too.

Reluctant Kerry said...

Hi Trish:

First click on the search field and then press the down arrow to scroll down. Then you can hit delete to rid yourself of the highlighted terms.

Now you are free to search disturbing terms such as "coprophilia " and no one need be any the wiser!