“We looked at what things we need the most help with around the house, from the simplest how-to-fit-a-bulb kind of fixes, to those fixes for which we know we need a professional, but our ego makes us take upon ourselves to at least try,” he said.
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“Recently, we noticed that ‘how to…’ searches have increased by more than 140% since 2004, and much of that search interest is directed towards how to ‘fix’ things—whether it’s a lightbulb, window, washing machine, or even the toilet,” Google’s data editor Simon Rogers said in a Telegraph report.
How to perfectly tie a necktie emerged as mankind’s most common question, while knowing how to properly “kiss” ranked second.
Other searches included in the top 10 revolved around cooking, dating, money, dressing and health.
Check out the full “how to” list below: Meanwhile, data journalist Xaquín González Veira attributed people’s desire to fix stuff themselves to the high number of “how to” questions.
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