Here are top 5 words you should never Google if do not want to be obsessed

Friday, 29/12/2023, 16:51 (GMT+7)

Being the most popular web in the world, Google contains numerous mysterious knowledge that leaves people stunned. Here are 5 words you should avoid to search in Google.

Google is the most beloved global website and the most popular search engine. In June 2023, Google reported over 160 billion accessions, showing its attraction.

However, when using Google Search, we should notice some contents are better to avoid.

Use caution with Google Images, enable SafeSearch

Google Images is an important feature of this search engine, allowing users to search for images and at the same time display related results. 

However, some images may be inappropriate or scary, and searching for related keywords may result in unwanted content being displayed.

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There are some things you should never Google. Image Credit: Getty

The Internet contains a wide variety of information, including both appropriate and inappropriate content. 

Some keywords are sensitive or involve inappropriate content that may result in the display of photos, videos, or information that users do not want or that does not match their interests and needs.

Therefore, to avoid unwanted or inappropriate content, users should be careful and attentive when searching on Google. 

If there are sensitive keywords that lead to inappropriate content, it is better to avoid searching for those words. 

If users need to search for sensitive information or related to sensitive issues, they should use browser filters and security settings to minimize the risk of displaying unwanted content.

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Users should be cautious when searching on Google for sensitive keywords. Image Credit: Getty

Top 5 words should NEVER Google

1. Larvae 

Begin with the first word "Larvae" which was described as the active immature form of an insect, in the Oxford Dictionary.

At a glance, you may think that simply an insect that we already know or see daily.

However, you would be horrified when you Google it as "Larvae" is also the name of a scary condition.

According to WebMD: "Mouth larvae are parasites that hatch and live inside the oral cavities of human and animal hosts. These pests can cause a dangerous infection known as oral myiasis."

"People can develop oral myiasis by eating larvae in their food. Flies can also enter the mouth and lay eggs in wounds."

Therefore, you may encounter some sensitive images of this awful condition if try to look up the word "Larvae."

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Don't try to Google "Larvae." Image Credit: Getty

2. Degloving

Second, "Degloving" is a word that you should avoid Google if do not want to be obsessed with its horrific search.

WebMD claimed that "Degloving" is not only a synonym with "Destroy", but also mentions a tragic condition called avulsion.

Avulsion occurs when a large piece of skin, along with the layer of soft tissue beneath it, is partially or completely torn or ripped away from the underlying muscles and connecting tissues. 

It is a severe type of injury that can result from accidents, trauma, or high-impact forces. 

Avulsion injuries can cause significant pain, bleeding, and damage to the affected area. 

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Many inappropriate images will appear if you Google "Degloving." Image Credit: Getty

Immediate medical attention is crucial to assess the extent of the injury and provide appropriate treatment, which may involve cleaning, debridement, suturing, or surgical repair.

If you try to Google the word "Degloving," you will be obsessed with its unwanted images, especially for sensitive people.

3. Krokodil

Although "Krokodil" was said to be a type of drug opioid desomorphine, its real harm is even more terrible than many people think, leading to scientists dubbing it a "flesh-eating zombie drug" in a report from CNN.

The drug that can "eat people" in its literal sense...

For the first time in the 1930s, a case of an addict was eaten from the inside out with a new drug called krokodil which was discovered in the state of Arizona, USA, terrifying public opinion around the world.

US authorities were concerned that this was the beginning of a terrifying epidemic after discovering another case of krokodil drug addiction whose body was also ravaged with patches of skin that looked like they had been hollowed out, exposing bones.

Now you can imagine what images can be displayed if you Google "Krokodil."

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You'll be obsessed with a few unpleasant images. Image Credit: Getty

4. Fournier

The fourth word "Fournier" is a common French surname; however, it also indicates another horrifying thing related to human health.

According to the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD), Fournier also known as Fournier's gangrene, is an acute necrotizing infection of the genital area.

This condition is a rare but serious condition characterized by a rapidly progressing infection that affects the genital and perineal regions. It primarily affects males but can also occur in females. 

The condition can lead to severe pain, swelling, redness, and necrosis (tissue death) in the affected area. 

Fournier's gangrene can lead to severe complications and life-threatening systemic infection if not treated promptly with surgical debridement and broad-spectrum antibiotics.

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Seriously, don't do it. Image Credit: Getty Images

5. Harlequin ichthyosis

The final word you really shouldn't be Googling is Harlequin ichthyosis, often known as congenital ichthyosis.

Harlequin ichthyosis is an extremely rare and severe genetic disorder that affects the skin. 

It is a type of ichthyosis, a group of disorders characterized by dry, thickened, and scaly skin. 

Newborns with harlequin ichthyosis are born with thick, diamond-shaped plates of skin that are separated by deep, painful cracks. 

Their skin is typically dry, tight, and unable to perform its normal protective functions. 

The condition affects the entire body, including the face, scalp, and limbs, and can restrict movement and lead to serious complications.

You should NEVER try to Google "Harlequin ichthyosis" because the images will never leave your head.