Google Me Wrong

The best use ofΒ Google-

To date,

And likely the reason for it’s huge success,

Is the constant searching

By my family and friends

To prove me wrong.

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58 thoughts on “Google Me Wrong

  1. viveka says:

    Google … is never wrong … and it doesn’t forget where you have been neither .. I would never manage to be Google. Before Google, my mum, phoned the local newspaper to see who was right or wrong … and they always phoned back with the answer. I wonder what they were using to get the answers in those days??? Have a lovely weekend.


  2. We got Google for that!


  3. russtowne says:

    “The best use of Google is to date.” But, but, I thought you were married! ;-D!


  4. cindy knoke says:

    hehehe……google something first before you say it!


  5. Paul says:

    Amazing tool that Google is.


  6. Ocean Bream says:

    Haha, excellent poem πŸ˜€


  7. Val Boyko says:

    They must have to talk up a lot of air time! πŸ˜‰


  8. Gibber says:

    That’s not true and Google says so. πŸ˜‰


  9. reocochran says:

    No way! You are always “right” in my book!! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ xo


  10. Anonymous says:

    Uhhhhh, guilty!


  11. tric says:

    I think my son wrote this. We think he is the writer behind Wikipedia.


  12. Really? Google is never wrong? Ha! πŸ˜€


  13. Reblogged this on A Simple, Village Undertaker and commented:
    At least Colleen’s family and friends take the time to verify.
    Most of the folks around me think I’m wrong and don’t even bother with any effort to prove it.

    Some days, I feel like Eyore. (But not all days.)


  14. niaaeryn says:

    Yeah…I hate to confess, but I use it to make sure I am not wrong on something like city names, restaurants, and random philosophy facts or quotes…and then I reflect sadly how we used to scan through books and card catalogs. We used to remember things, now our phones do for us. When I use Google I feel I am abandoning the old ways and I feel a smidge ashamed. At times I feel ecstatic knowing that I can have an answer to a question and not have to worry about remembering to look something up when I have time at library. A blessing and a curse in the truest sense. πŸ™‚


    • True about curse/blessing conundrum. I just find it amusing that no matter where I am, if I say ‘something’ my husband and friends whip out their phones and start looking up something I’ve mentioned, to correct me, or see if they should believe me……

      I love the information we have access to. But sometimes what I’m saying is just “me” and pretty soon there’ll be nothing left of “me”, just what google has replaced! πŸ˜‰

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      • niaaeryn says:

        Now that is a profound thought of the effect of technology on human identity. Aptly surmised. Well, with any luck, Google ‘ s replacement will be as wise as you, but hopefully with humanity included and smart assness. The world needs more smart asses, I am a firm believer and optimistic contributor. πŸ˜‰


  15. We had great debates and verified things using the encyclopedia that sat on the shelf by the kitchen table. Now we refer to the great Oracle. I miss the suspense.


  16. You wrong?? What a lot of poppycock! 😊


  17. markbialczak says:

    They must search long and hard because you are right, MBC!


  18. Mustang.Koji says:

    You got me on this one… I’m totally at a loss!


  19. inmycorner says:

    Happened to me as a teacher all the time!!!! Welcome to my world.


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