Michigan’s Most Embarrassing Thanksgiving-Related Google Search
Let's be honest, there are plenty of things we search on the 'net that we probably would hate to admit to anyone else.
I know I have to Google things way more often than I should and if someone looked into my search history they would probably sit, scratching their head, wondering how the heck I have made it as far as I have in life...and to that I answer, I am just as confused as you are.
With the Thanksgiving holiday coming, there are lots of people trying new recipes or just trying to figure out how to make a beautiful "Turkey Day" feast happen on their own for the first time. That is where Google comes in, ready with answers to all of your questions.
There are a lot of answers to be had when it comes to the holidays which is why Zippia looked into Google Trends to figure out what "embarassing" or just plain weird things were searched over the Thanksgiving holiday in 2019.
While we do search things with a certain level of "transparency" meaning we are probably a bit more honest with Google than we are with our friends and family, there are definitely things I would be embarrassed to admit I searched.
For example, Zippia found that here in Michigan, the "Most Embarrassing Thanksgiving Google" for 2019 was "How To Treat Food Poisoning."
This is bad news for whoever cooked (or, rather, undercooked) your Thanksgiving meal.
However, you kind of have to feel even worse for those in states like California and Louisiana who were seeking answers on dealing with racist family members.
Then, there are those people you really don't have to worry about at all, searching if some of their favorite fast food joints are open like they don't have a care in the world..."Just vibes" as the kids are saying nowadays.
No matter what you Google this holiday season, do it shamelessly because you could end up contributing to some very interesting findings we can all look back on and laugh about next year!
Speaking of Google, here's some tips on how to get your home blurred from the search engine's street view function: