Chances are, if you're on your computer today, you've already done a search or two on Google, Yahoo, Bing or another site. Chances are, too, that you've typed something too quickly, or spelled it wrong, and found the search engine gently steering you to what it thinks you probably wanted to find.
The search engines do it automatically, but don't think there aren't human beings at their headquarters, getting a little laugh from our foibles.
Yahoo, for one, is out today with its list of the top misspelled/misheard searches so far for 2011, and passed them on to us. Hear -- er, here -- they are:
72 virginians: for 72 virgins, following the death of Osama bin Laden
Which american idol has turrets - for which American Idol has Tourette's?
Defensive marriage act - for Defense of Marriage Act
Turnoble russia meltdown - for Chernobyl Russia meltdown
Alice and chains - for Alice in Chains
Super bowel commercials - for Super Bowl commercials
How old is McJagger? - for How old is Mick Jagger?
Justin Beaver, Justine Bieber - for Justin Bieber
louie vaton purses - for Louis Vuitton purses
Wallmart – for Walmart
Katie Perry – for Katy Perry
Brittany Spears – for Britney Spears
Paperview boxing – for "pay per view boxing"
Swain flu, swan flu, wine flu – for swine flu
Dancing with the Starts – Dancing with the Stars
Obama Bin Laden – for Osama bin Laden
toys are us - for Toys R Us
Chevy Vault and Chevy Bolt - for Chevy Volt
Less Paul - for Les Paul death
Brack Obama, Barrack Obama – for Barack Obama
Al Rocker - for Al Roker
Farrah Faucet – for Farrah Fawcett
Rod Steward – for Rod Stewart