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Old 05-29-10, 03:40 PM   #1
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internet search surprise

be careful with your search words.


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http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...asian-ass.html


By JAMIE PYATT

Published: 28 May 2010
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A CROSSWORD fan aged 89 used an internet search to solve a clue about a donkey - and was bombarded with hard-core porn.

Jack Sedgewick got stuck on 14 across: "Wild asian ass."

The great-grandad typed "asian ass" into Yahoo's search engine in the hope of finding the answer to the newspaper poser.

Persian Wild Ass
Wild asian ass ... aka equus hemionus onager
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But he was stunned when it threw up dozens of porn sites displaying photos of naked Asian girls. One offered "the hottest spicy asian ass you'll ever see".

Ex-engineer Jack said: "I was shaken. The images were horrendous. I didn't know this sort of stuff existed."

After trying variations on the theme with the same result, frantic Jack finally found the answer by changing his search to "donkey sanctuaries".

It was "onager" - sometimes known as "Wild Ass Asian" and found in deserts from the Mid East to Tibet.

Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...#ixzz0pMCNsx8Y
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Old 05-30-10, 07:08 AM   #2
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That's nothing. One time I was cruising for some hot ass porn and I kept getting all these upsetting sites talking about very clever linguists. There were even pictures of these linguists. Yuck.
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Larry the Cable said he was wanting to buy some candy over the internet, and searched for FUDGE. Oh my.
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serves him right for cheating on his crossword.
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I like how he tried different combinations of the words. After 8 days of careful searching, he finally found onager.
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Poor great grandad prolly never saw that stuff back in WWII. A few weeks ago I was showing my mom had to do a search on Google and the first thing she wanted to know was how to find porn. "To avoid it" she claimed. Sure mom, you pervy mom, you.

He should've gone straight to Wikipedia. The first search choice is the onager.
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i love how he "never knew such things existed". yeah right, gramps.
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i love how he "never knew such things existed". yeah right, gramps.
Oh, I'm sure he knew it existed... but I'd buy that he didn't know that a search engine to bring it right to his computer so easily existed!
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