Even if sex does sell, it may not be what Google users are most likely to search online.
According to an infographic by sex product website JimmyJane.com, collected data from monthly Google users shows that even when people are searching sex phrases, they may not be searching them in the highest volumes.
While some were terms were more obvious than others -- 506 million people searched the term 'sex' while only 30 million searched 'chocolate' as guilty pleasures -- others surprised even us.
Turns out when it comes to tying the knot, most people are determined to find love. At least 1.8 million Google users have searched 'how to get married,' while only 200 thousand users have searched 'how to get laid.'
But all of these terms mentioned don't match with any of Google's top searches of 2011. According to their annual report, Rebecca Black, Google+, Ryan Dunn, Casey Anthony and Battlefield 3 were the site's top searched words in 2011, according to PCWorld.com.
Are we more likely to search 'jobs' or 'blow jobs?' You'll be surprised with some of the stats:
Also, check out Jimmy Jane's infographic
According to the report, 37 million people searched 'porn movies' on Google, while 823 thousand have searched "Harry Potter movies."
Looking for pleasure? Well, 30 million people have searched 'chocolate' on Google, while 506 million have searched 'sex.'
For those who are focused on jobs, 226 million search for 'jobs,' while 6.1 million people search 'blow jobs.'
Put A Ring On It:
Users seem to want to put a ring on it. At least 1.8 million users have searched 'how to get married,' while 200 thousand have searched 'how to get laid.'
Purr. At least 83.1 million people have searched 'cat,' while 37.2 million have searched 'pussy.'
About 11.1 million Google users have searched 'golf course' while 6.1 million users have searched intercourse.
When it comes to having a little fun, 12 thousand users are looking for tennis partners, while 301 thousand users are looking for 'sex partners.'
First Comes Love?
First comes love then comes marriage? According to the graphic, 506 million users have searched 'sex,' 185 million users have searched 'love,' and 25 million have searched 'marriage.'