You can join the fun at http://www.googleinsidesearch.com/captions.html. Google will show you a series of cartoons depicting people and animals doing Google searches. Your job is to guess the search they’re doing and caption the cartoon.
There are already several captions here; you can scroll through the many cartoons and vote on captions already left. If you want to leave your own caption, you’ll need to log into a Google account and give Google Moderator permission to manage your submission.
I’m apparently not good at this game; I could think of smart remarks but nothing that translated well as a search. Finally I found a cartoon I could caption. A baseball umpire was searching Google while behind a plate. I tried to submit the caption “Lenscrafters coupon” (because he’s a ref and he can’t see, get it?! … I didn’t say it was a GOOD caption.) Google rejected it! I figured it might be because I used a brand name, and tried captions like “Eyeglasses,” “optometrist coupon,” etc. Google rejected them all with a warning box about appropriate content. Mmkay.
The cartoons were in a variety of styles and were on the whole pretty cute. I like the one that appears to be a pear that broke a chair. A little fun to get you into the holidays.