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Sunday, 9 August 2009

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'Giggle' - Anything For A Laugh. But Watch Out For The Spit.

A new internet search engine launched here in the UK is all set to blow Google out of the water.

Giggle, based in the West Yorkshire town of Batley promises unceasing hilarity for over a billion potential internet users.

Giggle is the brainchild of West Yorkshire resident Simon Shitface, 38, who has long been regarded by neighbours as 'a bit of a geek' and an 'out and out nutcase.'

We managed to track Shitface down to his garden shed, from where he will run the operation, to ask him what 'Giggle' was all about, and how it would work.

"It's a whole new concept in internet search engines," he told us, spraying us with spittle in the process. "How it works is that when somebody runs an internet search, lists pop up of totally unrelated websites. There will be sites listed on Giggle which specialise in totally bizarre subjects, such as flower arranging, toilet decoration, the weather report from North Korea, that kind of stuff."

We challenged Shitface by asking him what possible use his new search engine could possibly be to academics, researchers, or even casual users who want the answer to a particular question which has temporarily eluded them.

"None at all!" Shitface enthused. "That's the beauty of it! It's absolutely useless! And we've got Giggle Earth, which consists of websites related exclusively to different types of soil. It's crap really, but it should give internet users a bit of a giggle - hence the name 'Giggle' Brilliant isn't it?"

At which point we wiped off the spittle with a big fluffy towel and retreated to a safe distance.

Shitface chased our news van down the road as we retreated.

So there you have it readers.

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