I don’t even remember what it was I was searching for in the first place, but after typing the first two words, “how” and “to,” the search engine elves started suggesting how I might want to complete the thought:
I wondered how many of these are specific to the computer I was using, or the geography of my IP address, or basic societal and cultural preferences that Google has certainly come to understand. Regardless, I was delighted to find that destroying angels and cooking rice were, in some way, nearly equivalent. I like the fact that kissing and drawing have equal difficulty, and that writing a resume and preparing corn on the cob have the same level of importance.
How do you destroy an angel? And why would you want to? I suppose the person who makes such a search is wondering the same about writing a resume. Or, maybe if you know how to destroy angels and make fabric flowers, the resume practically writes itself.