May 21st, 2010, 09:41 PM #1
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Why would "recent searches" have searches I never searched
So the girlfriend was on my phone (blackberry storm). She went to google and under "recent searches" was beastiality. Now I look at porn but never those inlvolving beastiality. Now one day prior to this incident, I was looking for porn but nothing invloving beastiality. The thing is, evertime i clicked on a picture, it took me to a different porn site. Then when on this porn site, I clicked on another picture and it took me to another porn site. I continued this run around for awhile and finally gave up. But in the various porn sites that I visited, there were numerous pictures some involving beasitality, but I never clicked on a picture involving beastiality. The other weird part is that the last time I used google was three days prior for looking up a medical concern (brusing on leg). Yet, she mention that underneath "beastiality" were other recent searches on topics which I did in fact look up but I had looked them up more than two weeks prior (info on price of color pencils and info on a number that keep calling me). So shouldnt it have shown under "recent searches" topics that I looked up three days ago and not those that I looked up two weeks ago. So how could the "beastiality" topic show up on recent searches when I didnt ever look for them on google. I am the only one to use my phone I know for a fact. Please help, no joke.
May 22nd, 2010, 01:51 PM #2
This is a technical forum, not a relationship forum. You need "girl advice" more than help, and one thing women hate is guys that use porn and lie about it.
May 24th, 2010, 10:44 PM #3
Yep, its the fact that you were searching for porn at all that she's probably really pissed about.
Technical explanations mean nothing to an angry woman.
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