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10 things you should never Google (according to Reddit)

Remember the first time you ever encountered Google?

Way back in the mists of the late Nineties, that horizon-expanding moment when you realised you could look anything up - swiftly followed by a brain melt down when you realised you had nothing you really wanted to look up.

The following topics are sort of thing your mate Steve (everyone has a mate called Steve, right?) would suggest "for the laughs". Compiled under an Ask Reddit conversation of 'What shouldn't you Google', these are the deeply disturbing topics that you will immediately regret hitting 'Search' on.

Seriously, don't do it. Some of these images and details may scar you for life. Or until Sunday, at the very least. 

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