Welcome to another installment of all those funny things people type in that pesky Google box and somehow arrive to our site. If you missed any of the previous episodes of this series, you can find them all here.
As always, these are actual terms that people typed when searching on Google, Bing or Yahoo. Somehow, they were led to our site. What you will see here are screencaps of the search term page on Google Analytics, just to assure you that we don’t make any of these search terms up. Don’t you like how transparent we are?
Without further ado, let’s see what people were up to during Wimbledon:
Difficult to guess which country produced this one, eh?
I’m pretty sure Marion wasn’t created in a lab. Also, 4 people searched for this.
ESPN certainly thinks so.
NEVER FORGET. pic.twitter.com/tHpD9uPHGN
— Brian Phillips (@runofplay) July 6, 2013
Take that, John Inverdale!
Everyone loves Marion Bartoli! Why should she be claimed only by feminists?
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you … JO-WILFRED CONGA!
And JUAN MARTÍN DEL TORO!
(Not associated with Guillermo or Benicio, though.)
Because he recently signed an endorsement deal with Lego: his entire hair is one big piece of (shiny) plastic.
They do? I had no idea! Search terms are so educational.
Eh … try Spain. Which is not in Latin America.
Large. Very large. The man is 6’8″.
2. Who on Earth wants to see sexy Boris Becker pictures?
Well, let’s not get carried away …
Factually true. He’s like a very tall Polish bobblehead.
Love how kinesio tape can be turned into a verb.
1. Look at the next Search Term for your answer.
2. Polish players just love their kinesio tape. Kind of like a lucky charm, it seems.
Yep, it’s happening.
Nothing like a search term with its own commentary attached to it.
Unless he eloped with Marta Domachowska after Wimbledon (not a bad idea), I’m pretty sure there’s no Mrs. Janowicz yet.
If you mean “hit a winner” … just ask any Roddick fan.
Verdasco might be the highest-paid person in his neighborhood, I give you that much.
Not really, but if that gets you off …
If you watch about one full match of hers, you’ll know the answer.
This has to be the most random body part search term I’ve ever seen.
I highly doubt any tennis player has pretty feet.
First time I can say with utmost certainty that the same person produced two different search terms.
I love how these two showed up together.
The IBM SlamTracker has feelings? I sure hope it doesn’t.
I imagine someone’s grandma typing this one in.
The grandma left the computer.
This is surely from an Andy Murray Butt Connoisseur.
They just keep coming …
That escalated quickly, didn’t it?
Quite a specific GIF request.
Your 2013 Wimbledon Champion: Andy MurrrraaaaaNNNNNNNNNyyyyyyy!!
We all miss this, accompanied by “hello.”
Just when you think you’ve seen all the Andy Murray Butt Search Terms in the world …
Some things never change.
These made me laugh so very hard. Crazy to think that actual people actually typed these search terms into Google.
I often wonder if the people who actually did use those search terms ever read your “Searching for…” posts and recognize themselves, and then get really embarrassed and change their names and leave the country?
I suppose that might be an overreaction.
“2. Who on Earth wants to see sexy Boris Becker pictures?” That made me laugh so hard.
I’m wondering whether the Gasquet search term should have been “tweener” rather than “winner”
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