Oh Google, you did it again. The number one trending topic on Google right now is a search for “nag a ram.” What could that strange term mean? Is it some strange 4chan stunt or just a weird glitch? Turns out its neither – it appears to be a fun little “Easter egg” surprise planted by some programmers at Google.
The Internet is good for a lot of things, but its become sort of a default resource for defining terms and concepts in everyday life (sorry Encyclopedia salesmen.) So imagine the fun surprise for thousands of users looking for a quick definition of “anagram.” When one enters that specific term, Google search suggestions asks “id you mean: nag a ram?” Get it? “nag a ram” is an anagram, of anagram!
For the record, the accepted definition of anagram is “a word, phrase, or name formed by rearranging the letters of another, such as cinema, formed from iceman.”
So for all the curious sorts out there looking to hop on the SEO hot topic trend game, Nag a ram is nothing but a fun anagram of anagram. (Silly Google.)
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