While trying to find out the answer to a burning question of mine last night (namely "Can you sacrifice a creature and simultaneously regenerate it in Magic: The Gathering?"), I began to type the question verbatim into Google.
In the past, I'd have used the search engine specifically built for that kind of search format, but I'm still mourning the loss of their mascot (previously mentioned here), and I can only assume he has not yet escaped the carbonite.
So I began typing into Google, and --helpful search engine that it is-- it popped up a list of the most likely searches that begin with the words 'can you.' Let's take a look-see, shall we?
Top result by far: Can You Run It, as people try to find the website of the same name that automatically tests your computer and tells you if it meets the minimum requirements to run almost any computer program/game, a site that has a nearly impossible url to remember (www.canyourunit.com) and thus must be googled for. ...Although to be fair, maybe people thought that url was for the Bobbitt-fetish site: Can Your Unit.
Can You Spot the 44th President refers to the now fairly well-known Obama-win drawing:
I love the fact that this was almost certainly drawn over at least a few days' time, as the artist just held his breath and crossed his fingers that his art would be relevant and not just an eternal What-If of a .psd file.
And then there's the 'Can You Get Pregnant' questions. I would love to see those searchers' google ads these days.
...Or maybe not.
But more than anything else, I like to imagine that all 10 of these searches came from the same person. I actually wouldn't be surprised...Bristol.
...Oh, and for those who are wondering: No, you can't. You're welcome.