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Someone Created A Drake-Themed Search Engine And It Should Probably Replace Google

If only because of the amazing sound effects.

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If you ever yearned for an easier way to find out how everything in this universe relates to Drake, your prayers have been answered.

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A new search engine called "Let Me Drake That For You" threatening to displace the likes of Google, Yahoo, and Ask Jeeves will connect any word you type with everyone's favorite sensitive rapper, Drake.

The search engine is the brainchild of California-based web developer and self-proclaimed "husband, dad, [and] Jesus follower" Tyler Smith.

The 26-year-old told BuzzFeed News he was inspired when he and his friends got into an impassioned argument in a group text about whether or not Drake was a good rapper. Smith was of course Team Drake.

"It was a great opportunity to troll my friends," Tyler said. "I started Googling whatever topic we were talking about and seeing if it related to Drake. And it basically always did. ... So I decided to cut out the middle-man and make a Drake search engine."

During your searching process, LMDrakeTFY supplies you with Drake-themed sound effects, proverbs, and music.

Smith said his favorite phrase to "Droogle" is "lint roller," because "apparently Drake lint rolled his pants at a Raptors game," Smith exclaimed. "What a Drake thing to do! Who else would do that?"

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The Raptors made limited edition lint-rollers in memoriam of the incident.

It even has a button for those days when you're "feeling Drizzy."

Honestly, why would you want to search for anything un-Drake-related after this? Good luck in your inevitable decline, Google.

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