Test your knowledge of bizarre Google searches with the Google Feud game.

Test your knowledge of bizarre Google searches with the Google Feud game.
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If Steve Harvey were involved, it would be perfect.

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This is what you'll be staring at for the rest of the workday. (via Google Feud)

If you're feeling those mid-week blahs, we have just the pick-me-up for you. Google Feud is a new, free video game based on the eternally popular Family Feud game show, that you can play right in your web browser. Instead of answers taken from a survey of a studio audience, however, this is based on Google's Autofill results for search terms.

Even if you're not familiar with it by name, you know the Autofill feature. Start typing in the search box, and Google will automatically predict what you're going to type next, based on what other users have searched in the past. However, many Google users are extremely dumb, so the suggestions are sometimes very funny.

Now, TV writer and Bob's Burgers web guru Justin Hook has harnessed that magic to create an interactive game. Start up Google Feud and the game will provide you with the beginnings of search queries. All you have to do is guess Google's top 10 Autofill suggestions before you make 3 incorrect guesses. If it sounds easy, you're wrong. I've played for hours and never gotten all 10. I lost on the "Obama is from…" prompt because I guessed "Hawaii" instead of "what part of Africa" or "outer space" (both real suggestions).

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