Googlenopes and David Lebovitz answers chocolate FAQs

November 13th, 2007 by Rosa

David Lebovitz’s blog is one of my daily reads. Here he answers FAQs about chocolate. It’s quite informative.

Gene Weingarten’s writing is another daily read of mine (via his online chats and columns). A Googlenope, a term Weingarten coined, is a phrase that, when googled with quotation marks around it, gets no hits. A Googleyup is a phrase that does get hits.

From Gene Weingarten’s Sunday column:

“Googleyup: chocolate covered lettuce
Googleyup: chocolate covered steak
Googleyup: chocolate covered frogs
Googleyup: chocolate covered bacon
Googleyup: chocolate covered pork fat
Googleyup: chocolate covered squid
Googleyup: chocolate covered toothpaste
Googleyup: chocolate covered sand
Googleyup: chocolate covered cinnamon Altoids
Googleyup: chocolate covered Volkswagen Beetle parked in front of a supermarket in China

Googlenope: chocolate covered poached mouse fetuses on a lightly toasted poppy-seed bagel with a schmear”

Sooo many things that can be covered in chocolate!

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