People searches, where is chuck norris i m feeling lucky? Find Chuck Norris “I’m Feeling Lucky” is making a big buzz today on Google hot trends. If you are into Google and type “find Chuck Norris” into the search box, then click the “I’m feeling lucky,” you’ll be fascinated by hilarious result regarding Chuck Norris.
“I’m feeling lucky” automatically get you to the first page of results. The page is seem like made to look such a failed search on Google. After giving you the option to search the web or “Chuck’s beard. Below is the result text page of the search.
Google won’t search for Chuck Norris because it knows you don’t find Chuck Norris, he finds you. No standard web pages containing all your search terms were found.
Chuck Norris is suing publisher Penguin and author Ian Spector over the book “The Truth About Chuck Norris: 400 facts about the World’s Greatest Human”. Among other claims, the suit states that the “book’s title would mislead readers into thinking the facts were true.” This means that apparently Chuck Norris cannot cure your cancer with his tears, he did not create a giraffe by uppercutting a horse, and he cannot speak braille, according to consumerist.com.
According to Now Public, If you go to google and type in “google chuck norris”, then hit “I’m feeling Lucky”, a funny thing happens… you get 0 results, a long with a terse reminder that you don’t find Chuck Norris.. he finds you. The whole find-chuck-norris-with-I’m-Feeling-Lucky actually redirects you to http://www.nochucknorris.com. It’s an Easter Egg. Google, it seems, is not immune to Chuck Norris jokes.
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