Google Feud is a game that launched last week and quickly went viral, because this is the Internet and that’s how things work. Google Feud has a devlishly simple, addictive conceit—you play a Family Feud-type game against Google’s Autocomplete. You get a phrase or word, and have to guess what usually comes next when people Google it. Of course, just because the game is simple doesn’t mean it’s not impossibly sad. For example, the second most common ending word for “How to fake a …” is “pregnancy.” And, as you might expect, “Is the President a …” is most commonly completed by “Muslim.” So, is it interesting? For sure. Is it fun? Depends on your definition.