1. English speakers looked up Facebook 32,647,942 times. Whyyyyyyyy?
2. Meanwhile, the Japanese understood what the Internet is for, looking up the full list of local adult film stars 18,569,543 times.
3. For some reason, the Dutch were super interested in Hua Shan, a mountain in Shaanxi, China. It had 12,719,284 views.
4. And in Russia, the top visited Wikipedia article was Russia with 3,682,191 visitors.
5. Like their English counterparts, the Spanish Wikipedia community couldn’t get enough of Facebook with 11,217,715 searches. Whyyyyyyyy?
6. The article on Baidu, or China’s equivalent to Google, was read by 4,907,569 people.
Which, in a country of over 1 billion people, is not a lot for the top Wikipedia article.
7. Anyone care to explain why the Germans read about cul-de-sacs 10,206,548 times?
8. In Turkey the country’s first President, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, topped article searches at 2,185,387.
9. French speakers love (or hate) Embattled Holly so much they read about it 4,464,618 times.
10. At 1,385,687 visits, Indonesia is the third country to have Facebook as their top article. Whyyyyyyyy?
11. Only 752 ,669 Danish speakers looked up tea, but it was enough to bump it to the top position.
12. Vietnam also understands the Internet’s purpose, and was studying the list of every sex position ever. 2,018,973 times.
- U.S. President Barack Obama and leaders from 20 nations called for doubling clean energy research funding over the next five years at the Paris climate summit 🌍 ›
- Planned Parenthood officials said they believed Friday's shooting at a Colorado Springs clinic was motivated by opposition to abortion. ›
- And Kobe Bryant wrote a poem announcing that he's retiring from professional basketball at the end of this season 🏀🎭 ›