A few days ago I was doing Google searches at the behest of Florence (no, that is not her pictured to the right). Despite the fact that I was searching for information about glass fusing and things she wanted to make out of fused glass, I noticed that pictures of naked buttocks would appear in the search results. Now, if she had planned on making fused glass images of butts, this would not be a surprise. But, the searches were for things that had nothing to do with buttocks.
After a bit more searching on various non-butt related key words, I came to the conclusion that butts would appear in almost any Google search, even non-butt searches. For example, I did a search on a battlemech from the old BattleTech game, a Warhammer 6D (which looks nothing like a butt). On the second page of search results for images was, you guessed it, someone’s naked ass.
This gave me an idea for a Google game: get some friends together to play the Google Buttocks Game (or Google Ass Game, if you prefer).
Here are the rules:
- Each player takes a turn picking a non-buttocks related word or words for the search.
- Each player then writes down the number of the page in the search where s/he thinks an image of a butt will appear.
- For each page a person is off, s/he gets a point.
- If there is a question about whether the image qualifies as a buttocks picture, the matter is settled by a group vote. If the challenger loses the vote, he gets a penalty point added to his score.
- At the end of the game (usually when the boss shows up and says “stop looking at asses!”) the player with the least points is the winner or “ass master” if you prefer.
The game can also be played using other “naughty bits” of the body. The game can also be changed so that the part (butt or whatever) has to be naked rather than clothed to count.