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Sad Google Superbowl Ad Knockoff Ends In Divorce, Tops Google Video Search

Currently, a Google Videos search for “google superbowl ad,” does not have the actual Google ad as its top result.  Instead the top result is a parody of the Google ad, edited to end in divorce (top right in the screenshot above). Whew! Google Videos may not be the most popular for search, but we can only imagine what the people who didn’t see the Super Bowl would think if they thought it was for real.

Comparison of the videos after the jump:

The real, upbeat ad:

The sad, divorcey impostor:

Other searches — “google super bowl ad” for example — get the original ad much closer to the top.  We were relieved to find out that it actually ends in babies.

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