(n.) or (v.)
etymology: a portmanteau of google and goof
1. a text string mistakenly submitted to a search engine with typos or otherwise misspelled words
2. the act of mistakenly submitting a text string to a search engine with typos or otherwise misspelled words
One of Google's main objectives in implementing its suggested spellings function was to correct goofles, thereby making use of the internet significantly easier for poor spellers and middle school students worldwide.
Raj goofled with surprisingly unpleasant results when, during his annual powerpoint and internet-based presentation to the board of directors of 3M, he Google image searched for "pos tit notes."
To receive entertaining/unexpected search results after a typo (i.e. a goof
) when using a search engine (especially google)
"Dude, I was trying to find an image of a scart
cable but goofled and dropped the 'r' ..."
When the brains at Google do something stupid.
Hey, you seen the latest Goofle? They're calling it "Google Web Accelerator".
the in between like and love
"I don't love him, but it's more than like. I goofle him."
The act of conducting an internet search for one thing and encountering something very different and often times alarming.
Me: I went online to see how to milk a cow for a school project and I saw a video of this small but violent black woman tugging on a series of gnarly, pulsing cocks.
Mom: Well, that's the last time you make that Goofle. Now be a good boy and pass me the milk.
A term used to define Google’s antics
Google's Isp service was just a goofle
a search engine for porn. Because we all know when you type the wrong thing into Google, you'll be subjected to some kind of pornography or otherwise inappropriate and/or unwanted material.
I just goofled " big asian" and you don't want to know what came up...