Attention Please: 5 terms that you should never search for on GoogleThe entertainment and social news networking service Reddit has sorted out a list of things that one should really avoid searching on Google.
New Delhi: The entertainment and social news networking service Reddit has sorted out a list of things that one should really avoid searching on Google.
The result that you get on searching these things on the technology giant Google may have unpleasant results. As per Reddit, people can consider this as a public service announcement as they have already been warned.
Here is the list.
You must be expecting photos of Evan Fournier – the renowned French professional basketball player for the Orlando Magic.
But shockingly, you will see some disturbing pictures of people affected from Fournier gangrene – a gangrene that usually affects the perineum.
This is the reason why Evan has been nicknamed as Evan ‘Don’t Google’ Fournier.
Krokodil is the street name for Desomorphine – the world’s deadliest drug which has powerful, fast-acting opoid effects, such as sedation and analgesia.
This drug is illegally manufactured using organic solvents like gasoline, paint thinner, iodine, hydrochloric acid and red phosphorus. This is the reason why krokodil causes extreme skin ulcerations, infections and even gangrene and is often called as flesh-eating drug.
Make sure that you spell it correctly if you are searching for ‘moth larva’ on Google.
Trust me, the results for ‘mouth larva’ will not please you at all.
What you see is oral myiasis – a rare condition in which fly larva grows inside human tissues.
Don’t expect a tough maths problem related to calculus.
The Google results for Calculus Bridge will show you a severe buildup of hardened plaque across the teeth that will not please your eyes for sure.
Harlequin ichthyosis is an extremely rare condition, a severe genetic disorder that mainly affects the skin and forms large, diamond-shaped plates that are separated by deep fissures.
Newborn babies affected with it have plates of thick skin that crack and split apart.
The disorder was initially considered fatal. But later, with the advancement in the medical field, the number of survivors havs been increasing.