The Gay Law Of Google

Google autocomplete  is a window into global society’s collective mind. What did we do before Google?   Apparently we never got our nagging questions regarding the sexual orientation of various politicians and celebrities  answered  – that’s what.

Lets start with Mr President

Naturally there are more pressing questions  that needed answering first. Only once we have ascertained whether he is a muslim-antichrist-freemason who’s doing a good job is it time to ask – Yeah, but is he a gayer?

It goes without saying that Hitler’s sexuality has been Googled ad infinitum but what about Tony Blair’s?

Sure enough, fifth one down, one above war criminal one below Jewish.

People called David seem to be especially under suspicion.
Gay gay gay, dead dead dead.  If you are called David statistically speaking it’s almost certain that someone somewhere wondering whether you are either dead or a gay.

Vinnie Jones can’t be gay. Look at him for fucks sake.

Man’s man Vinnie Jones ready for action

Clearly the internet isn’t convinced.

Shit! if we can’t be sure about Vinnie Jones then surely the question we have to ask is:



About Paul David Beaumont

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7 Responses to The Gay Law Of Google

  1. Karl S says:

    I rate this blog post my highest tier of “laughability”: genuine LOL (not to be confused with the non-genuine one). Love your blog, keep ’em coming 😀

  2. rosiebeh says:

    When I type in “is obama” into Argentine google it comes up with “is obama the antichrist” at suggestion number two, number one is “is he a good president” and number four is “is obama osama”. Nothing about being gay. No gay suggestions under the UK one either, is this just the Norwiegans?!

    • Rosie, I may be wrong, but I believe that you have a google that starts searching while you type. Thus the screen moves to the results and only gives 4 autocomplete options for any search. I don’t think its Norwegians because I have tried it writing in Norwegian and it doesn’t work.

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  4. Irene says:

    I’ve recently seen a vid about google search engine saying that the results depend on many different factors such as your location, time, your searchings before etcetera. So that you get absolutely different results

  5. Thanks for a great laugh!

  6. Lilly says:

    HAHAHAH. Well, the first suggestion in the USA is AntiChrist and secondly gay..,, my my my. I love this blog!

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