I have a question from you. Why is there a dead Pakistani on my bed?
Since the Google keyword suggestion tool was launched a few years ago, ridiculous and somewhat inappropriate suggestions may have come up randomly in innocent searches.
One of the favorite Google keywords on the internet is “Why is there a dead Pakistani on my bed?” Jeffrey Lieber, J.J. This ridiculous question really has a humble beginning in a short episode of the American television series “Lost” created by Abrams and Damon Lindelof.
The TV series is actually about a plane crash that leaves passengers stranded on a tropical island where they have to fight for the element and their survival. The scene in the discussion is a 5 second segment of one of its many episodes.
It may seem silly, but such ridiculous searches have a relatively high global monthly search volume. The popularity of these mind-blowing proposals is phenomenal, with approximately fifty thousand searches for the Pakistani sofa phrase every month. Surprisingly, Google makes no effort to correct these stupid errors that do not give real research value to the majority of Internet users.
Such fun suggestions are spreading all over the internet and making internet users laugh. Many other suggestions include “Why can’t I own a Canadian?” And “Donkeys are not water resistant?” Where these suggestions come from and who is actually looking for them is a mystery – but without them the internet would not be the same.