I’m Feeling Lucky


I’m sure most of you guys use Google as your search engine, but how many of you actually use or have used the “I’m Feeling Lucky” option? This option bypasses other results and goes directly to the first web page returned for your query.

Try this, go to Google’s main page, type in the word “Pekeng Pangulo” (meaning Fake President in Tagalog) without the quotation marks and then click on “I’m Feeling Lucky” and see what the result is. I dunno if you’ve heard of this or tried this but I found out about this just today when a friend of mine shared it with me. Anyways, this is in no way a propaganda against the current President or her administration. This is just a prank made by somebody.

Btw, here are other keywords that you might want to try using the “I’m Feeling Lucky” button.

- “failure” or “miserable failure”
- “worst president”
- “George W. Bush’s dubious friends”
- “moron”
- “mass destruction”
- “elgoog” (Google written backwards)
- “french military victories” (then click on the result given by Google)
- “elmer fudd”

If you know any other keywords, please share it with us.

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4 Comments

  1. Kate

    April 9, 2012 at 7:40 AM

    How do you use these with the new google..?

  2. thian

    December 8, 2005 at 8:10 AM

    :oops: d ako masiado makarelate! Mavisit nga ung site na un! :wink:

  3. Jaypee

    December 7, 2005 at 6:58 PM

    it says that it's a mirror site of Google, dunno if it's a part of the company..i also dunno what the site exactly is for..btw, i forgot the keyword "elmer fudd"..just added it now..hehe

  4. Nicole

    December 7, 2005 at 12:14 PM

    cool. haha. i never tried that before. what's the elgoog site for? i didnt try searching. haha. :D

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