Turkey And Black Friday With Search

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AOL and Ask each have made an effort to draw attention to their search engines with very topical categories for this week: what to eat and where to shop.

Our secret agent at AOL, who we know as “The Query,” took a cyber-second out of the day to forward a list of what people have searched for at AOL Search.

“The turducken fad is so 2005 – diners this year are sticking to turkeys,” our femme fatale cooed into our inbox. “In fact, the popular meal choice from last year didn’t even break the top 15 for all meal options this Thanksgiving.”

We’re of the opinion that “turducken” is an unfortunate name for this delectable treat. Maybe they should call it “Chicaduckey” instead, unless that’s a bad word in a foreign language.

After ‘turkey’ as a search term, the searching audience showed its sweet tooth. The next popular searches on AOL were pumpkin pie, sweet potato pie, pumpkin cheesecake, and sweet potatoes rounding out the top five.

After the indulgences of food and football have rendered you unable to do anything more strenuous than move a wireless computer mouse, head over to Ask.com’s Blog & Feed Search to find the latest Black Friday sale news.

“Looking for the latest–and earliest–Black Friday sales? The blogosphere’s lousy with ‘em. Sites are leaking, blogging, and re-blogging them like crazy,” the Ask team said on their home blog.

So eat, drink, and enjoy your shopping sprees. Unless you really shouldn’t be consuming or spending that much, in which case we suggest staying in and enjoying the company of others. Happy holidays.

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David Utter is a staff writer for WebProNews covering technology and business.

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