Digital Marketing website Mondovo has released a list of the most-asked questions on Google. We'll dive in with the number one question, "What is my IP?" which gets asked an average of 3.4 million times a month. Similarly, the number 14 most-asked question is, "What is my IP address?"
The number two most-Googled question is simply "What time is it?" Although if you have access to Google, that means you probably have a clock on your computer or phone. But apparently, many people really like to double-check.
Knowing if you can safely run a game or program is a big question on Google. That would explain why the fifth-most Googled question is "Can you run it?" And along those lines, the number 15 question is, "Can I run it?"
At number nine is the question, "When is Mother's Day?" If you can't remember, the day is actually the second Sunday in May. Now that you know this, you don't have to be one of the 450,000 people who Googles this each month.
At number 12, people want to know "How many weeks in a year?" The answer is 52 weeks, plus a day left over. Or two days in a leap year. It would be a lot easier if the earth would revolve around the sun in an amount of days evenly divisible by seven.
The 13th most-asked question is "When is Father's Day?" So perhaps more people remember when Father's Day is than Mother's Day. (Or perhaps more people are okay if they happen to forget about Father's Day.)
Since we've already covered 14 and 15, we can go to question 16. This question is "How to get pregnant." And hopefully Googles responds by saying, "Well, when a man and a woman love each other very much..."