I'm Feeling Curious

If your time and mind are making you think that “I’m feeling curious,” another thought you would have is “What to do?” In such a case, I assure you that you are at the right place because, in this article, I am going to reflect on some ideas through which your self-styled curiosity can be fed.

I’m feeling Curious – Historical Perspective.

When it comes to tricking, Google, in no doubt, is more innovative than human beings. This fact is not just random but based on something I recently experienced. A few months ago, I was discussing a few things with my fellows, and they told me about Google’s “I’m feeling curious” trick. So, what’s the “I’m Feeling Curious” trick? Back in 2015, Google trended with the search. I’m curious because that year, Google revealed a new feature for its users that could rule out their boredom.

When you type “I’m feeling curious” in the search bar of Google, you will see a long list of fun facts that couldsoothe your boredom. After searching “I’m feeling curious” on Google, a box will appear reflecting the random fact. Know that just below the fun facts, anoption of “Ask another question” would appear. If you click on it, this will take you to a new question with its answer. In the beginning, Google Search Engine spotted this feature when thousands of people searched “I’m Feeling Curious.” As a result, some of the following questions appeared to the users:

  • How big is the London Eye? The answer to this question is 443 ft / 135m.
  • Which is the most burdensome stone? Mmmmm. Diamond!
  • How long have sharks been in the ocean? It’s 450 million years.
  • Which country appeared to be the first to allow women to vote for government elect? New Zealand allowed its women to cast a vote in 1893.

Up till now, this trick has generated its variants. Like if you will search “I’m Feeling Hungry,” google will give you a list of local restaurants; if you search for “I’m Feeling Playful,” it would present recent Google Doodles; if the term “I’m Feeling.

Generous” is searched on google, deliberate links to charity projects will appear on your screen; if “I’m Feeling Stellar” is explored, you will have a vast and outstanding guide to Google Earth. This is how a list of searches goes long.


Advantages of the “I’m Feeling Curious” Technique

First, it’s an educative technique since the searchers are getting some knowledge. No doubt, it’s a happy thought to kill boredom and to increase your knowledge. As the tricks come under the umbrella of general knowledge, thus, a deliberate increase in one’s general knowledge takes place. Moreover, it’s an excellent time-pass technique.

Some I’m Feeling Curious Quotes

If you are curious, here are a few quotes for you. I hope you will enjoy it!

  • John Bytheway, an American author, pinpointed:

“Our world is drowning in a sea of self-centeredness. You canmake yourself unique by leaving this ocean of selfishness and choosing to be curious about other people.”

  • Henry Latham Doherty, an American financier, commented:

“Get over the idea that only children should spend their time instudy. Be a student so long as you still have something to learn,which will mean all your life.”

  • Albert Einstein, who was one of the renowned physicists of the world, sings:

“I have no special talent and am only passionately curious.”

  • John Locke, an English philosopher of all times, states:

“Curiosity in children is but an appetite for knowledge. So, the great reason why children abandon themselves wholly to silly pursuits and trifle away their time insipidly is that they find their curiosity balked and their inquiries neglected.”

  • A German-American mathematician, Charles Proteus Steinmetz asserted that:

“There are no foolish questions, and no man becomes a fool until he has stopped asking questions.”

  • Polish-French physicist, Marie-Curie opined:

“Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas.”

Some Remarkable Fun Facts

To fill the void of your “I’m feeling curious,” I brought you here some fun facts:

  • Human beings can’t lick their eyebrows. (Tried?)
  • The heart of shrimp lies in its head. (Wow!)
  • In English, the sentence “sixth sick sheik’s sixthsheep’s sick” has been proved to be the toughest tongue twister.
  • Cat’s urine would glow if placed under a black light.
  • Just as human fingers have different prints, the same way everyhuman being’s tongue has a different print
  • If refrigerated, the rubber band would last longer
  • A shark is the only known fish that can blink with both eyes.
  • So, the only known fish that can blink both eyes till now is the shark
  • The only word in the English language which ends with “mt’ is Dreamt.
  • Almond belongs to the peach family
  • The size of the eye of an Ostrich is much bigger than its brain
  • So, it is believed that the entire world wastes nearly 01 billion tons of food annually
  • In a cold environment, fingernails grow faster
  • So, the brain uses 20% of the oxygen a man breathes in
  • Every baby is born with blue eyes, and so is you. It’s with the time that it turns into different color
  • When you see up above the blue sky, you will observe some white dots. These dots are your white blood cells because you are viewing through the blood in your eyes
  • So, the sweet flavor is unknown to the cat’s taste buds
  • The most extended nap any animal can take is the snail. Yes! They can sleep for up to 3 years persistently
  • Kangaroos are unable to walk backward 
  • So, the color of the milk of the Hippopotamus is pink
  • The shape of the pupil in a goat’s eyes is rectangular
  • Vatican City is the world’s smallest country. It occupies just 02 square miles of the earth’s surface
  • So, the total seconds in a year are 31,556,926
  • Atmospherically, the snow of Venus is in the form of metal
  • Eating too many carrots can turn the skin’s color orange
  • Diet soda cans float in water. While the regular one’s sink
  • The original name of Google was Backrub. Then it was named Google and then Google.
  • The only flying mammals found on the earth are bats
  • So, the largest animal on earth is the blue whale. Its heart is 05 feet long and weighs four hundred pounds.
  • Fingers have no muscles in them. The muscles in the handscontrol the fingers
  • The largest organ of the body is the skin
  • Jane Austen’s novel “Pride and Prejudice” was first entitled “Impressions.”
  • So, the world’s giant pizza was create in Rome, Italy. It was found to be 13,580 square feet. It was made in the year 2012. It was nicknamed “Ottavia.To read some more fun facts, visit the link mentioned below.

Concluding Remark

As a concluding remark, it is believe that Google is the Einstein of search engines without any doubt. This is because it can guide you through your life, irrespective of the subject you are searching in. From entertainment to education, it covers shopping, food, medicine, and everything under the sun. This might be why Google is becoming part and parcel of our everyday life.

Search “I’m feeling curious,” and enjoy your boredom!