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What was the last question you asked that you could have Googled?

Asked by Hypocrisy_Central (21948 points ) July 27th, 2014

The last question you asked here was it something you could have Googled, and if it was, would the answer have been easy to find or locate? If it would have taken time to locate by Google is that why you just asked it here?

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Mimishu1995's avatar

If I ask here, I never Google again.

SecondHandStoke's avatar

None.

Google doesn’t lend to mirth.

jonsblond's avatar

I could have googled and easily found the answer for how to clean my cat after it was skunked. It would have saved me from being berated by one user and being told I shouldn’t be a pet owner because I let my cat outside.

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

@jonsblond It would have saved me from being berated by one user and being told I shouldn’t be a pet owner because I let my cat outside.
Holy smokes Bullwinkle, you mean Google would not have left you alone with that, shut the front door!! ~~

Haleth's avatar

With a lot of questions, the main google results lead you to Yahoo Answers or other websites of similar quality. Half of the answers are typed LyKe DyS and look like they were written by irate 5th graders.

CWMcCall's avatar

Do you happen to know what the penalty is for shooting a fricaseeing rabbit without a fricaseeing rabbit license?

Dutchess_III's avatar

Twenty seben cents @CWMcCall.

Symbeline's avatar

Question about a TV I got a while back. Incidentally, it was easier getting an answer here than on Google.

Kardamom's avatar

As far as I can tell, because I just reviewed them, there is only This One, because all of the other Q’s were asking opinions from our members.

Buttonstc's avatar

None that I know of.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

I usually do just google things so I don’t ask many questions. If I want more than just the textbook answer where practical experience is what I want to hear I’ll ask. Some questions get asked simply to start a conversation or stir the pot a little and there is nothing wrong with that.

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