What do women, thongs and search engines have in common? It’s the perennial question. Ok, maybe it isn’t, but it’s a darned good question. Do you know what women, thongs and search engines have in common? Is it that nobody understands any of them (certainly not women or search engines)? Is it that nobody “gets” them (certainly not thongs)? Nope, not that.
I’ll tell you what women, thongs, and search engines have in common.
But first, let’s talk about how amazing the Internet is. It is just the most incredible collection of information imaginable. In fact, most people can’t imagine – can’t really wrap their head around – just how very vast is the store of knowledge on the Internet.
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And search engines. Wow. If the Internet is all the recorded knowledge out there, search engines are the conduit through which that knowledge is funneled to our eagerly awaiting minds.
You can find out information on just about anything on the Internet! The latest treatments for cancer. How to build a house. Learn just about any language. Amazing.
Now, back to the question – what do women, thongs, and search engines have in common?
With all this vast, varied, and venerable knowledge amassed out there on the Internet, what do you think the top searches on the Internet were today?
You got it.
Women and thongs. On the search engines.
And now you know.
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