Google asks all of the tough questions. And thanks to its predictive text, the search engine even finishes your sentences for you. People have been having fun with the feature since it first launched. After all, since its based on previous user experience, the phrases that automatically pop up are likely the result of other Google users having searched that combination of terms before. AdChoices广告There’s a particularly odd string of words, which make up a particularly search query. Type in the words “Why wont my p” and right there, between “why wont my printer print” (check your drivers) and “why wont my period stop” (see a doctor, please), is the question “why wont my parakeet eat my diarrhea?”The ridiculous search query has since taken the Web by storm.I suppose that, as the old adage goes, there’s no such thing as a dumb question. That said, there are certainly some odd ones–ones that inevitably lead to other questions, such as: why in the world was someone searching the phrase “why wont my parakeet eat my diarrhea?” Such a question seems to indicate that someone at some point was, in fact, attempting to feed a parakeet diarrhea. If those people are still out there, please know that there are perfectly good, non-diarrhea based food sources for your budgie. The Association of Avian Veterinarians recommends seed, beans, bread, rice, and various fresh fruits and vegetables.And heck, judging from your search query, you could probably do well to eat a bit healthier, too.