Video: The Cookie Monster created Google! Well, he sang about it 27 yrs ago

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We all love the Cookie Monster and of course we also love Google so whenI heard that there was a video of the Cookie Monster singing about Google I thought I'd died and gone to heaven.

What's amazing is the fact that this track was recorded TWENTY SEVEN YEARS AGO, sixtten years before Google was created. Coincidence? I don't think so.

It will surprise you to know that the Cookie Monster is... the creator of Google. I know it sounds bizarre but think about it. It all makes sense now, the crazy colours, Google Wave (he's always waving) and the fact they named one of their products 'caffeine' which is in coffee which goes well with, yep you guessed it, cookies.

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Google celebrated the 40th anniversary of Sesame Street with another one of their trademark homepages and, I think, to pay homeage to their leader.

It sounds so crazy it's believable. Of course it could be that he's singing about googly eyes but I'm not having that.

So, clear your cache before you switch your computer off. In fact you can clear your cookies as well... oh.
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