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Horny teens bypass 'inappropriate material' filter

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NSFW It appears that Google Trends' advanced algorithm which "filters out spam and removes inappropriate material" from the search monolith's analysis of "broad search patterns" has been shafted by horny teens, as today's hot tips demonstrate:

Google's Hot trends for 05.06.08 showing offending listing in second spot

Interest in "pussy strap on sex teen" seemingly climaxed at around 08:00 GMT this morning, with the epicentre of the explosion lying in Mcallen, Texas. We'll leave readers to ponder the significance of that factoid, and conclude by offering our sympathies to the Reg reader who today had this filth punted through his personalised iGoogle page and is as we speak sitting in the traditional darkened room while sipping a very stiff brandy. ®

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