Then go to Google and see what happens if you type in: will of god…
I wonder what other unintentional religious search results there are…
This somehow feels very very disturbing. I can’t put my finger on it, but I feel disturbed, very disturbed by these search results.
Holy. Sh*t. Not what I was expecting.
What really bothers me actually, is while they’re handing out rather kinky, yet faith-based, sex practices, they’re not including how to do it hygienically and safely. On the page about threesomes, there’s not a mention about condoms or other protection. On the page about fisting, there’s no mention of using a latex glove or even doing an enema beforehand. I’m sorry, but even if we’re married, I am not going up your butt without some sort of barrier protection. That’s just gross.
It’s so funny that the threesome page concludes that threesomes are okay with God, as long as it’s two chicks.
I honestly can’t tell whether that site is for real or not. It feels like a satire to me.
I just tried a couple of searches and found more keywords:
Try “word of god” and “amen lord” . I’m sure you can find much more, it took me less than 2 minutes to find these.
I wonder if yahoo or aol would give similar results!
First item up: Anal Sex According to the Word of God!!!!???? I don’t know, man. I taught the Bible for years, but somehow I missed the reference. Maybe I should look into it.
I uh…ok wow…I don’t even know what to say except that I heart google
TMI, God, TMI
Wow. That’s awesome.
I LOVE that site. My favourite bit is the section on “fisting”.
The section on anal is pretty funny, too. However, having sex anally as opposed to vaginally makes you a “technical virgin” at best.
Not unintentional though. Someone’s been Google-bombing again.
I trust everyone knows what you get if you enter ‘french military victories’ and click ‘I’m feeling lucky’? (If not, try it).
Well, if anyone needed proof that bible verses can be “interpreted” to make them say anything you want them to – here we have it.
Holy Shit! Literally!
Well, at this moment, the eighth (did I spell that right?) result is this blog post.