A lot of people Google 'Superb Owl' this time of year

Typing is hard.

Sometimes typing is hard.

"Superb Owl" is always a popular phrase typed into Google this time of year, Google Search Trends says, and that's mainly because people mistype Super Bowl.

Here's a look at when "Superb Owl" has spiked over the past few years:

Google does say that Superb Owl is also a popular meme around the time of the big game, which also contributes to a spike in searches.

This was one of the many Super Bowl-related search trends Google released this week. Here are a few more:

Apparently Minnesotans want to drink ales during the Super Bowl, like most of the country.

And we want to make chili for the big game.

This story is part of our Best of the Web section – which is just cool stuff we find online and want to share with you.

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