Or the time my daughter was working on a school project and wanted to know whether Spain used Fahrenheit or Celsius as a temperature measure?
"Use the Internet to find out," I said. "A quick Google search will answer that right away," I said.
And it did:
Well, the Internet hath forsaken me yet again.
Last night, while planning for my daughter's birthday party, we were trying to decide what she could give her friends as favors at this year's candy-themed birthday party. I (helpfully) suggested since there would be so much candy and cake at the party, the favors should be something candy-themed rather than actual candy. Say, for instance, an ornament the partygoers could put on a bracelet or necklace. So we used Google to find ideas.
And while in retrospect it makes perfect sense, at the time I was gloriously naive.
"Candy Charms" is, in fact, an excellent porn name.