A new joke in Google search plays on a Super Bowl typo
Google is approving your typos ahead of the big game on SundayObserved this week within Google Search, accidentally typing Superb owl instead of Super Bowl will display a cute cartoon of an owl atop relevant information about the NFL title game
Google is approving your typos ahead of the big game on Sunday.
Observed this week within Google Search, accidentally typing "Superb owl" instead of "Super Bowl" will display a cute cartoon of an owl atop relevant information about the NFL title game.
Around this time of the year, the keystroke slippage has become so frequent that a thriving Reddit page was created for a superb specimen of the avians known as owls.
Back in 2014 in an episode of "The Cobert Report," Comedian Stephen Colbert also popularized the joke while addressing how aggressive the NFL had become over its trademarking of the name "Super Bowl." To avoid any legal troubles on the show, Colbert decided he'd refer to it instead as the "Superb Owl."
Google this year seems to have picked up on the joke and turned it into one of its many hidden secrets.
Whichever way you type it, the championship game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams is this Sunday, February 3rd at 6:30 pm EST.
Enjoy the Superb Owl!