17 Things You Should NEVER Google… Seriously, Don't Do It

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We've all done it before. We've typed in the wrong key words or somehow got distracted by other search options, and before you know it, we're looking at something very strange.

Below we've included some things that we hope you never search because unless you've got a strong stomach or an intense curiosity, one that knows no limits, you're going to regret it. But you're probably going to do it anyway, aren't you? It's a 'don't touch the stove, it's hot' kind of thing.

On the flip side, if you're looking to exact some playful revenge, tell a sibling to look up one of these. But don't get mad at us when they hate you for life!

1. Lamprey Disease

When searching for the jawless fish lamprey, be careful not to search the old email hoax 'lamprey disease.'


2. Elephantiasis

We didn't include an actual image result on purpose. Elephantiasis is when parts of the body, anywhere from your leg to your face, swells into massive proportions. Several conditions can lead to this symptom.

3. Smokers' Lungs

Send photos of this to friends and family that refuse to quit. They're just as bad as you thought they'd be.

4. Killer Kids

If you search 'killer kids' on Google, you probably won't find anything that'll bother you at first glance. But once we start to give you names like Daniel Petry, you'll be sick to your stomach. In this example, Petry of Brazil was 16 years old when 12-year-old Gabriel Kuhn asked to borrow some Tibia money (not real money but play money for the video game).

When Kuhn refused to pay him back, he strangled him to death. Then he cut the boy's body in two in attempt to hide the body but it was just too messy so he left it was it was.

Please do not search his name. You'll really regret it.

5. Wet Koala

This isn't a real thing but that doesn't mean that the images won't give you nightmares. Someone superimposed fangs onto a wet koala, making it look rather ferocious.

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