After a normal day of work I got home as usual and started to chill out at Netflix. After a few minutes, I have decided to finally watch the Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain which was at my should watch someday movie list for a very long time.
It was only a normal movie session until it got to a scene where a peculiar piece of art was shown. I never knew about it, and I have decided to Google it just out of curiosity.
Some character at the movie mentioned the painting's name but I didn't pay much attention. I just heard by glance that it started with lunch or something.
So, i went to Google and proceeded to type the word lunch. By the time I typed the letters lun, the first suggestion popped out. It was the painting's name, Luncheon of the Boating Party.
And it just blew my mind. I never searched for that in Google. In fact, i didn't know that painting even exist. Google has become such an essential thing in our lives that sometimes we even forget how efficient and creepy it is.
How could Google know about it? Lun, as I typed, should bring results such as "Lunch near me", or "Lunch for monday" or something like that, not Exactly what i was thinking about with no more information that the simple L-U-N letters that I gave it.