Top 7 Weirdest Keyword Search Terms

top 7 weirdest keyword search terms

While conducting a keyword search, we may find ourselves in a series of “I can’t even” and “seriously” moments. Often, we come across many peculiar questions.  We have rounded up some of the funniest questions below. If you spend a lot of time researching keywords, you may stumble upon some strange questions that people ask Google. It is a reminder that there are some… different people out in the world. We’ve collected a few of the funniest, oddest, and also most appalling search terms to grace the search bar in our Top 7 Weirdest Keyword Search Terms list.

“Never put a wig on a dog.”

With the volume of times this question is searched, the more likely response is a simple, “don’t do it”. Although we are quite curious as to what would happen now that this question is out there, we think this is good advice. All the dogs would certainly appreciate it.

“My cat wants to kill me.”

It’s worrying that many individuals actually think their cat is secretly planning their death. We would have thought that by tying a cucumber around your neck would equate to kryptonite for cats? However, we can be wrong.

“Who ate all the bananas and took a dump in the hallway.”

This question is strangely specific and got us thinking that bananas must cause some sort of explosive bowel movement. However, with some digging, we found that it stems from a cartoon comic strip about a monkey, so that kind of makes sense.

“Is there a spell to make you beautiful?”

Whoa. A lot of people are looking for this. Beauty is a huge insecurity for many people in our society. We want you to remind you all that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Also, there is beauty in every one of us. Alright, that is enough clichés for one blog.

“Am I a vampire?” 

For this one, we are not sure where to start. We would love to say that the answer to this question is a hard no. However, the amount of times this question is googled is quite alarming. It makes us wonder if there is a secret formula out there?

“There is a bear on my chair.”

Not only do you have a bear on your chair for whatever reason, but you hope that if you tell Google about it, the problem will be resolved. It seems as if it might stem from a children’s story; however, one can never be too safe.

“Why isn’t 11 pronounced ontey one?”

Well, we think this was designed to be a humorous question, but it really isn’t! It’s an interesting question. English has inherited some words from German which is more likely the cause of the word eleven.

Oh, the internet. It continues to be undefeated in the realms of oddity, comedy, and usefulness. We hope you’ve enjoyed this list, and if you have stumbled upon any weird search queries, let us know–we always like to hear more.