Here's the explanation she offered:
Gene Weingarten started this with his column. GoogleNopes. That is what you get or rather don’t get when you type a phrase enclosed in quotes in the Google search bar. You should simply get a “No matching documents found” message. And paradoxically, once you write about it, it stops being a GoogleNope. GoogleYups are the exact opposites. Phrases, however improbable, that do get a hit.Married women for cybersex -- GoogleYup to Sunny Days (!)
Indian first birthday outfit -- GoogleYup to Sunny Days (!)
Sue wants your attention NOW -- GoogleNope
Vicky sucks -- GoogleYup (Ok, it's all porn centred around women called Vicky but still.)
Jimmy Stewart was a real gent -- GoogleNope, even though he was!
Vicious daughters in law -- GoogleYup to Sunny Days
I am the queen of Freecell -- GoogleYup. Leads not to me to but another pretender to the throne. It will lead to me because I am the REAL queen of Freecell.
Betty Crocker should print microwave directions on her cake mixes -- GoogleNope. Well, she should!
I don't mind stinky diapers -- GoogleNope
I am a mother and I have a perfect figure -- GoogleNope
iMac G5 has a lousy keyboard -- GoogleNope
kittle-kattle -- GoggleYup to Sunny Days
My neighbours' mechanics are nuts -- GoogleNope
I'd have done more, but I want a nap. In turn, I tag RJ, Aargee and NM. Have fun!