The Top 10 Weirdest Google Auto Completes We’ve Found During Keyword Research 

When you spend a lot of time doing keyword research, you’ll come across some bizarre questions that people are asking Google.

It reminds you that there are some… interesting people out there.

We’ve compiled some of our funniest, weirdest and scariest search terms ever to grace the internet.

My Cat Wants to Kill Me

Not entirely surprising seeing as cats can be evil little buggers at times, but it’s worrying that this many people think their cat is secretly plotting their death.

 

Who Ate All the Bananas and Took a Dump in the Hallway

This is oddly specific and very worrying. After a bit of digging, we found it comes from a comic strip about a monkey… so that sort of makes sense. Mystery solved.

 

I Accidentally Killed My Cat in the Dryer

Wow. There’s a worrying amount of people searching for this. Turns out that cats tend to sleep in dryers unnoticed… hence the tragedies. That being said, if your cat is plotting to kill you, it might be best to strike first anyway.

Are Babies Dishwasher Safe

Erm, no. No they're not.

Is there a spell to become a mermaid that actually works

Hmm. Not sure where to start with this one. Perhaps people were disillusioned with The Little Mermaid.

There is a Deer in My Car

These people have problems. Not only do they have deer in their cars for some reason, but they’re hoping the situation will improve if they simply tell Google about it.

Am I a Vampire?

This is worrying considering the search volume (Average Monthly Search Volume according to ahrefs.com: 720)

Hopefully the answer is no.

Never Put a Wig on a Dog

Good advice I guess. The dogs probably appreciate it anyway.

 

Germany is in What Country?

Oh internet. What is wrong with you!?

What to do If a Dolphin Wants to Mate With Me

Is this a common problem? I’m guessing the solution is to try and swim away… but I don’t know.

 

We hope you enjoyed that, and If we’ve missed any great search queries let us know in the comments below. We always want to hear more!

 

June 20, 2018|

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emma.rose
Emma is the Design Strategist at Latitude. She has over 6 years experience in the graphic design industry and is responsible for the visual branding at Latitude.