Google released their "Year in Search" video, and it highlights everyday heroes. There are movie superheroes visiting special needs kids . . . coast guard heroes coming to the rescue . . . athletes breaking records . . . soldiers returning home . . . and plenty of heartwarming and special family moments.
Google's most-searched "what is" question this year was "What is Area 51," because of the whole "storm Area 51" thing that never panned out. Here are the top ten questions we asked Google in 2019 . . .
1. "What is Area 51?"
2. "What is a VSCO girl?" (Pronounced VIS-co) It's an insult for women who post heavily edited photos using the app VSCO.
3. "What is momo?" Itwasa fake Internet challenge where kids supposedly did violent stuff. But it was just a hoax.
4. "What is a boomer?" Because of the "OK boomer" thing that millennials started using for Baby Boomers.
5. "What is quid pro quo?" It's a Latin phrase thatmeans"something for something."
6. "What is camp fashion?" It was this year's Met Gala theme. One style writersummedit up as clothing that's "exaggerated, extravagant, gaudy, ironic, kitschy, [and] tongue-in-cheek."
7. "What is Disney Plus?" Disney's new streaming service that launched last month.
8. "What is Bird Box about?" TheSandra Bullockmovie that hit Netflix last December.
9. "What is a Mandalorian?" A fictional race of people from the"Star Wars"universe.
10. "What is Brexit?" Britain'sexitfrom the European Union that barely passed in 2016 but still hasn't happened.