My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Not much of value to add, here; the basic premise is a collection of Google’s ever-so-helpful autocompletes with snarky commentary on the author’s favorite choice of the bunch.
That’s all fine and well, and occasionally produces a bark of laughter, but honestly, it sort of made me sad. When you realize that, for an item to appear in the auto-complete, someone has to have actually entered it – and possibly multiple someones, depending on how specific the entry in question is – it’s liable to give you a terrible sense of impending doom as regards the intelligence or well-being of future humans.
Still, a quick read that will make you snicker, chortle or chuckle once or twice.