Internet calls on users to Google 'Florida man' followed by their birthday

Sergio Conner
March 22, 2019

"EVERYBODY google "florida man" followed by your birthday (florida man august 22) and tell me what you get. mine is Florida Man tries to attack neighbor with tractor", she wrote. That headline was: "Video: Florida man drops stolen TV from getaway scooter".

Fast forward five years and a Tumblr user called gandalfsoda decided to make up a game involving Googling Florida Man crimes that occurred on your birthday.

Social media users have been circulating the game after a tweet on March 19 went viral.

It doesn't always produce a comedy gem.

For some reason, there seems to be an absolutely freakish news story about a "Florida Man" for each of the 365 days of the year.

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As mentioned above, my birthday is September 7, so I got "Florida man, drunk and naked, allegedly set house on fire". And Aug. 4 doesn't come up with much of anything - mostly stories about the challenge itself.

Some Internet users are very suspicious of what seems like an innocent couple seconds of Googling.

Here are just a few of the funniest ones.


"Florida Man rides manatee, dares police to arrest him, gets arrested".

It turns out a lot of extremely cooked stuff happens to men in Florida, basically every day of the year.

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