|Hot meatless vegetarian lunch yields Urban dictionary definitions.||Jakeornot||12/17/11 11:52 AM|
This seems harmless enough, and it's not an issue of blocking "adult content." But now, because I couldn't find meat to buy at the store, and wanted some recipe suggestions for alternatives, I have no appetite whatsoever.
I very much doubt that the Urban Dictionary definition is what most people are looking for. At the very least, please consider removing the definition from the search results. Nauseated. Didn't need to know this. Thank you.
|Re: Hot meatless vegetarian lunch yields Urban dictionary definitions.||webado||12/17/11 12:03 PM|
I'm getting the UD definition in 2nd place, and a culinary one in 1st place.
It's rather a sad fact of modern life that that expression is used to mean that kind of garbage and that it's popular that way.
Not even strict safe search helps here.
|Re: Hot meatless vegetarian lunch yields Urban dictionary definitions.||JohnMu||12/17/11 2:48 PM|
Thanks for posting, Jakeornot. I'll pass it on to the team. Keep in mind that you can also report bad search results directly -- on the bottom of the search results page, there is a link "Give us feedback", where you can give us feedback about what you saw. Issues reported here are generally used by our engineers to further improve our algorithms, to make search work better not just for that particular query, but potentially for many others as well.
|Re: Hot meatless vegetarian lunch yields Urban dictionary definitions.||Jakeornot||2/12/12 9:07 AM|
Thank you, JohnMu. I believe I attempted to utilize the "Give us feedback," link. I never had a really good brain, but I know that somewhere, locked in what is left of it, using up space better used otherwise, is that definition. But, I found this today because I want to either edit or delete comments I made on a video and there is no way to do that. As much thought as I put into posting the two comments I made, aside from the problem of over-editing so that they would fit, and, hence, read nonsensically, having done more thinking, person-to-person, real-time discussing, and actual research, I would like to change them. Thoughtful process is important, and the ability to evidence that, even on the Internet, is important, as I am sure you would agree.