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More weird things we Google

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We try to feel sorry for Google. We really do. Sifting through our bizarre, sordid search requests, wondering what kind of terrible people are at large in the world must be a draining task. But it's hard to feel bad for a company who know everything about our internet habits, probably have our address on file and make a good deal of money from us asking where the nearest coffee shop is.

The search obsessives at Search Factory have returned with another compilation of the weirdest, most sordid questions the world asks the faceless oracle of the internet each month - and all we can say is that we're ashamed of you.

From queries about marrying your cousin (590 a month) to requests on how to twerk (165,000), it would seem that people hold no fear in asking the internet for guidance on most embarrassing of subject matters. If you don't want your dark little questions added to future stats, we suggest sticking to the Encyclopaedia Britannica.

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