How Google's Directions Would Work If They Were Coded By Your Dad

By Jamie Condliffe on at

Google’s directions are usually pretty good — but what if they had a bit of, um, personality injected to them? This Above Average comedy sketch imagines what they’d be like if your dad had helped code the algorithms.

A father-powered navigation app is, of course, a slightly terrifying prospect. It’s often wrong, but refuses to admit it. It doesn’t really understand your preferences anymore, but it still insists on telling you what you might be interested in. And it’s just slightly, occasionally a little bit racist. Oh dear.

[Above Average via Laughing Squid]