Why Are Michiganders Googling About Food Poisoning On Thanksgiving?
When you need help on Thanksgiving, whether it's with cooking OR dealing with your family, you turn to Google. And then, Google rats you out.
A jobs website called Zippia just dug through Google searches from last Thanksgiving to find the most EMBARRASSING thing that multiple people in each state were searching for. And apparently, we here in the Great Lakes State are a little suspicious of the food preparation, because our shameful search is for "how to treat food poisoning."
Yikes! How long has Gramma left that potato salad out? Too long it turns out.
And while we try to figure out if we've been eating tainted food, some other states have their own problems. Here's some other strange searches from around the land:
Alaska . . . where the top embarrassing search was "divorce lawyer."
California . . . "racist grandma." Also, Louisiana's was "racist family."
Pennsylvania . . . "how to win an argument."
Tennessee . . . "can you cook turkey in the microwave?" (NO!)
Mississippi . . . "mayo recipes."
North Dakota . . . "Taco Bell near me."
New Jersey . . . "can dogs eat cranberry sauce?"
Wisconsin . . . "what does it mean if your poop is green?"
Indiana . . . "how to unclog a toilet without a plunger."