Google has introduced a new filter called ‘massage’ which allows users to search for images of women being massaged, or of women having sex with men.
Google says the new filter will be available from September 23, but you can now search for the phrase ‘massaged meme’ and ‘massages meme’ to find other images of this kind of content.
Google’s image search algorithm has also been overhauled, allowing users to use a new set of filters.
It’s not clear what this new filter does, but Google says it will allow users to look for the image of a woman in her underwear or a woman having sex on top of a man, and then search for ‘massaging meme’.
The new filter has also enabled search results for “british massage” and “sex massage meme”.
Google says this new search feature is “designed to make searching for memes a bit easier for our community”.
The new search engine is available in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Ireland, South Africa, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and Singapore.
Google previously said it had been working on the new ‘massager’ filter for “a while” but that it was a “truly new filter” when it was announced.
It will also allow users in the UK to search “sex massages” and other images.
This new ‘trending’ filter will allow people to search specifically for memes about sex, masturbation, or other sex-related topics.
It appears the search function will be restricted to searches for memes and not for images.
The new ‘masturbation’ filter is also limited to searches related to “masturbating”, but the search results will not include any images of other sex acts.
“Google will only search for memes that are related to sex, and not images of nudity or sexually explicit content,” a Google spokesperson told Mashable.
The search feature has been rolled out to the US and Canada, where Google currently has its own image search engine.
The search engine will also now offer search results that will show users what memes are trending on their website, but will not show the results on Google+.
Google has also rolled out a new ‘sexy meme’ search engine to the UK.
Users can now enter keywords in their search queries, including “sexy”, “slim”, “fierce”, “sex”, and “mascara” to get a list of memes, and “sextube” to search through the images to find images of men having sex or women having sexual contact with men, and so on.
The company says it hopes to roll out these new filters to the rest of the world, but we’ll have to wait and see how this new technology plays out.
The Google image filter will appear in search results in the coming days, but no new search options will be added, so it’s possible this new filtering will only appear in the United States and Canada.