When the Adlux team began sifting through the billions of queries from the online marketing and technology specialist’s Search Network during 2013, they stumbled across a variety of little gems.
“What should you do with sex toys after you’ve broken up” was just one of their many favourites.
The multi-channel digital advertising company provides advertising solutions via the Adlux Search Network and the Adlux Media Network.
Below is a list of 24 “how”, “why” and “what” questions the Adlux team chose as winners this year.
How big were dinosaurs compared to humans
How many dolphins die in car accidents each year
How do I say your children are unattractive in French
How can I cure my low IQ
How come the Nazis never won the war
How is my wife pregnant when I've had a vasectomy
How do mermaids make babies
How to tell if my kids have had encounters with aliens
What age group is most likely going to survive a zombie apocalypse
What do lazy wives cook for dinner
What is the future for sheep looking like
What is the ideal age to start handling baby lizards
What kind of bug makes holes in concrete
What should you do with sex toys after you've broken up
What are the best suburbs in Sydney to shoplift
What to do if your child eats Nicorette gum
Why do cats lick plastic
Why do soccer players suck their thumbs
Why do women like to talk after sex
Why is it against the law to drive a car blindfolded in Alabama
Why would my child shove something in my other child's bum
Why do girls keep laughing at me for no reason
Why do I have more hair under one armpit
Why do ghosts live in haunted houses
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