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Google hatches plans for world domination
FOLLOWING the success of its spinoff search engine Froogle, Googlezilla has applied to trademark yet more specialised variants of itself. First to hit the Web will be:
Boogle - searching for information on failed dotcoms
Boogerle – search the contents of your nose
Broogle – find the nearest bar
Coogle – for pigeon fanciers
DoctorWhoogle - search engine for sci-fi geeks
Doogle – search for Magic Roundabout info
Floogle - find cold remedies fast!
Gloogle – search for adhesives
Goggle - Google for opticians
Google goo ga joob – searches for Beatles lyrics
Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogoogoogoogle - search engine for Welsh people. (Best to bookmark this one)
Loogle – finds the nearest toilet
Moogle - for dairy farmers and synth players
OGOLEG - search engine for dyslexics
Poodgle - special Google version for pets
Poogle – similar to Loogle
Roogle – find the marsupial of your dreams
Roodgle - search engine for Tourette's Syndrome sufferers
Soogle – for lawyers
Spinoogle – search for press releases
Timbuktoogle - find information on Africa
WMDoogle - search engine that doesn't find anything
Yoogle – find information about yourself
Zoogle – where are those pesky penguins?
Funnily enough about a year ago I had cause to search every England and Wales local authority website for information on public conveniences. All above board; nothing to do with George Michael. I was astonished to discover that a lot of those that list their toilets also have a nearest toilet finder. I thought then, and have been reminded now, if you were desperate for the toilet would you find an internet cafe and search the web for one? The mind bogles.
No need to use Doogle to find the Magic Roundabout. There is one in Swindon and it works really well during the rush hour.
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