While watching trashy TV tonight (but not the trashy TV we wanted to watch tonight - 90210 and Privileged), an ad for Ask.com appeared. A couple in their RV were talking about the difference between white and brown eggs, and they find out the answer by asking Ask.com, "What is the difference between white and brown eggs?"
I tell Whitters that I think Ask.com is Google for older people. Like parents or grandparents who don't understand that you don't actually have to type the "What is..." "How do..." etc. into a search engine to find the answer to your question.
Whitters goes to Ask.com, and as soon as she types in "What is," the following four questions pop up, presumably as the most asked:
"What is the meaning of life?"
"What is true love?"
"What is love?"
"What is the Jonas Brothers' Address?"
Indeed. If Ask.com actually provides real answers to any of the above questions, I'll use it everyday of my life.
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