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Google is everyone’s friend when you want an information or an answer to a question but don’t abuse the use of Google just because it’s your friend.

Even friends can report you to authorities when you go against the rules and the same applies to Google. There are some specific phrases or questions you should never ever input into Google search. You may end up behind bars or pay a hefty amount of money to get yourself out of trouble and we at Vibelens want you to ignore searching for the below questions or phrases.

1. Women Giving Birth

Women Giving Birth

If you’ve seen scenes in movies where women are yelling, doctors and nurses calming them down during childbirth, then you wouldn’t wanna have a look at that as a woman yet to give birth because that will discourage you or disturb you during your child birth so kindly stay away from searching for such videos.

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2. Dangerous And Violent Animals

Dangerous And Violent Animals
Stay away from searching for dangerous or violent animals because you may end up getting scared of what you see and probably have sleepless nights or nightmares. If you are not bold enough to watch videos or pictures of dangerous, violent or wild animals, then stay away from searching for them on Google.

3. Diseases

Diseases
There are many types of diseases and most of them have similar symptoms so you should kindly stay off Google when trying to get symptoms of a disease or sickness. You’ll probably mistake something else for another disease and start panicking.

4. Anything Criminal

Anything Criminal
If you love yourself, then stay away from searching for phrases like “how to make a bomb“ or ”how to make amphetamines”. Security and drug control services always track these kinds of searches, and your IP address can appear in such a database. You wouldn’t want to get in trouble because of your curiosity, do you?

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