Searching Google for This Word Will Make You Totally, Gleefully Nauseous

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Something amusing happens when you put "askew" in the Google search field: Your whole screen goes — you guessed it — askew. 

On Tuesday and Wednesday, people started cottoning onto the quirky feature, sharing their newfound discovery on Twitter.

As it turns out, the Easter egg has been around for a while now, and, in fact, Google has a sense of humor about quite a lot of things — especially existential questions. Searching for "the loneliest number," for example, will make the single and lonely among us cry into their black coffees.

Source: Google

And here's a great money saver: Bypass that ashram retreat in Pondicherry, India, this summer and instead try asking Google for the answer to life.

Source: Google

Not all the fun results, though, require intense probing.

Source: Google

And, if you don't get seasick easily, we recommend you try searching "do a barrel roll." 

Is your day officially derailed? You're welcome.

Read more: Spotify Reveals This Hilarious Easter Egg Only When You Try to Quit

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Natasha Noman

Natasha is a News Staff Writer covering global affairs. She previously reported on regional affairs from Pakistan. Natasha is based in New York and can be reached at natasha@mic.com.

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