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Mars hide chocolate in Google searches

Are you one of the countless Australians that has asked Google ‘how to grow back eyebrows?’, ‘How to save the dinosaurs?’, or ‘how to delete browsing history?’, you’re not alone – Australians are heading online in droves to ask Google how to deal with some of life’s trickier questions.

Instead of feeling embarrassed by your search history, Mars® has launched Sticky Searchuations, helping Australians celebrate the strangest questions asked to Google, by giving away the one thing that will help you deal with anything – a year’s supply of Mars® Bars.

Entry is simple – if you’re the first person to Google search specific ‘how to’ questions and click, you’ll win a year’s supply of Mars® Bars. To give you a taste of some of the searches that might help you win, Mars® has released the ‘Dealing With It’ list – a list of some of the most obscure searches that Australians have made.

The list includes:
● How to repair Faberge eggs?
● How to get slime out of clothing?
● How to delete emojis from my mum’s phone?

Suzanne Morrison, Marketing Director at Mars Wrigley Confectionery, said “Multitudes of Aussies head to the internet looking for answers to their awkward life questions.

“For Google searches of things that are a little left of field, and sometimes surprisingly common, we’ve hidden a year’s supply of Mars® Bars that are redeemable with a quick click. This means that even if you can’t find the answer, you’ll have enough chocolate to deal with whatever your situation is.”

Mars® has hidden 150 years’ worth of Mars® Bars within Google using some of the most common, weird and trending ‘how to’ terms that Australians search for, in addition to some of the more obscure. The only catch – you need to be the first person to search it.

The Mars® Bar gives Australians enough chocolate to deal with anything – including awkward Google search questions.

Happy searching, Australia.

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