Searching for What Rick Needs
Here is something I found amusing. I saw it on Titania’s blog a few days ago. The idea is to search on Google with your name first and then needs, for example Rick needs. I tried using Rickety needs but the results were nonsensical. Here are the first ten Rick needs that Google listed when I searched on Wednesday:
- Rick needs a massage.
- Rick Needs YOU!
- To run a strong race Rick needs our help, including financial help.
- Rick needs to be cloned.
- Rick needs bail money.
- The only weight Rick needs to be trying to deal is to see if NutriSystem, Jenny Craig, Atkins, Slim fast and Weight Watchers will let him be the spokesperson for his next rap album.
- Rick needs to borrow your engine hoist.
- Rick‘s cool but he needs to open up more.
- Rick needs to tag the load instead of letting the guy wire tag it for him.
- What Rick needs now: partnerships with ad agencies that want to deliver big, beautiful graphics to their clients.
Amalgamating What Rick Needs
Now try and connect the ideas of all ten results together in one sentence. I have numbered the part of the sentence that matches the search results. For example, in the sentence below to pay is the essence of search result number 3, including financial help.
Cool (8) Rick needs you (2) to pay (3) for his massage (1) with bail money (5) to help him lose weight (6) so he doesn’t need an engine hoist (7) to lift him but he really should tag himself (9) before he is cloned (4) or produces any graphics (10).
If you try it yourself, share your results in the comments.
Results may vary by location and could be skewed by personalization based on your web history. Results may not amuse and are not insured by the FDIC. No animals were harmed during computations and all-electric search engines were employed to protect the environment.