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Google thinks ‘The Little Book of Big Penis’ is a suitable read for 8-year-olds

Google might’ve just turned 18 yesterday, but it seems it still has a lot of growing up to do when it comes to educating the youth. Numerous Redditors were shocked to find out that searching ‘illustrated books for 8 year olds’ on Google breeds some… interesting suggestions. According to the popular search engine, ‘Everybody Masturbates’ and ‘The Little Book of Big Penis’ are both suitable reads for your 8-year-old children.
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