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Funny And Interesting Google

Funny And Interesting Google
Google is best known as search engine. But it is more than a search engine, it plays prank with us, celebrate birthdays, affected by gravity and much more. It is totally like a emotional and funny robot which can search solution for any possible problems with you in seconds. So, Here we have collected some funny and interesting searches by which Google makes itself more than a search engine. Do a barrel roll The Keyword ‘Do a barrel roll’ rotate the result page around it’s own axis. Google Gravity Google Gravity proves that Google is also affected by Gravitational force. Pirate Google The Pirate Google was made to serve as a memorial day to pirate. Google MentalPlex The Google MentalPlex is the tool which enables search by just thinking. Tilt As the the keywords suggests google page will lean by searching these keywords ‘Tilt’ or ‘Askew’ without quotes (‘). Ascii Art Ascii Art is the name given to drawings using only characters. Pacman Les Paul Google Sphere

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