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Valentine's Day Google logo reads 'Googe'

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Who's the stooge who wrote "Googe"?

A bit of Valentine's day e'gao. Some may argue that the strawberry is both a 'g' and an 'l', but as of 5:30pm Wednesday Beijing time, Google's Valentine's Day logo sure looks like "Googe". That's 1:30 AM in Pacific Standard, perhaps someone was working a bit too late.

The same is true of Google.cn.

There are currently 3 Comments for Valentine's Day Google logo reads 'Googe'.

Comments on Valentine's Day Google logo reads 'Googe'

Since the "l" is normally green, and the strawberry stem is particularly long, this looks intentional.

At 1:30am on Valentine's Day, one should be allowed to have a few impure thoughts in mind. The logo is quite okay.

wrong!

the L is there
the stem of the strawberry is the top of the L
and the bottom is a line of chocolate

it is actually quite clever!

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