While getting ready to blog tonight, I had a few ideas floating around in my head about what would be fun to discuss and such, but I decided to go bumming around for a bit to see if there was anything else that could capture my fancy.

So, like most of the internet, I decided to let Google decide my fate. In case you didn’t know, Google thinks it knows what you want and will offer to “auto-complete” your search. Sometimes, it’s spot on, like if you start typing “we” it may suggest “weather” in it’s little drop down menu. Which is great, for all the times I can’t type weather.com into the network address bar. But other times, Google is hilariously off-base (Fair warning, some of the jokes tend to the blue, but in general they just consist of random things people usually inquire about, like, “bagel related injuries,” “irish people are impervious to psychoanalysis,” and “my hovercraft is full of eels.” You know, the usual). This occurs because Google goes, “Hey! Other people are searching for this, and you’re other people, so you could be searching for this, too!”

Oh Google. Thanks for bringing people together to bring out the funny.

Anyway, I thought to myself, “Why not ask Google what I should blog about?” So I began to type and when you start with “What should” Google will give you a couple of different responses:

Google, what should I do?

Yes, Google, what should I do?

Now, naturally, the “What should I do with my life quiz” caught my eye. I checked out “what should I do with my life” and the response was rather boring, but the quiz… Well. Check it.

Where do you want to live? Carlifornia.

Oh, the majestic Carlifornia!

Now, you know I’m going to trust any quiz with a fanciful place like “Carlifornia!” Why wouldn’t I? Anything it tells me to do, I must do implicitly. If you go to the quiz page, just assume I chose all the responses that sounded silly and had either a grammatical error or a spelling error. BUT GUESS WHAT!?!

A "Traveling Soul"?

Me in a nut shell. Completely Clueless and a turruhble speller.

This quiz (and a swiped picture from Getty images) knows I have no idea what in the heck is going on! Eerie. Also did you know that you can spell traveling with one l or two? Because google did.

Crazy, right?!?

Since this was fun, I decided to ask google, “what?”

Asking Google What

Oh so much to choose from.

Ignoring the more philosophical question (what time is it) and the easy one (what is love) *wink*, I decided to go for the quickly funny ones.

What celebrity do I look like?

I’ve done the My Heritage version where you enter your photo, so I was like, meh (plus it was taking too long to load) and decided to see what other options there were. This flash game did not ask me to upload a picture of myself, rather, to fill out info about my personal specs. Keep in mind, *I* know I’m a brunette, and mentioned as such.

My Celebrity Look-a-likes


Yea, notsomuch.

What does my name mean?


Hmm... Something is missing

Weird, they don’t have nerd listed.


So I’m at work and I guess the My Heritage thing wanted to work so… I decided to run the results of the pseudo-accurate Celebrity Look-alike thing. You be the judge:

The weird thing? I get Jena Malone all the freaking time.