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This article was published on September 21, 2011

Google Chrome user saves a browser-using buddy, and he may never know

Google Chrome user saves a browser-using buddy, and he may never know
Alex Wilhelm
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Alex Wilhelm is a San Francisco-based writer. You can find Alex on Twitter, and on Facebook. You can reach Alex via email at [email protected] Alex Wilhelm is a San Francisco-based writer. You can find Alex on Twitter, and on Facebook. You can reach Alex via email at [email protected]

Browsing for things that your spouse or family might not approve of is always a slightly risky business, but with most modern browsers now offering ways to surf without a history being kept, the problem is on the decline.

But not everyone is so savvy, and sometimes people get caught. Or, almost caught, as is the case today. The following question and answer (it actually happened) is an example of how you can help save a life, or even a marriage, on the Internet.

The image, which we found on Reddit, has become a near cult classic, making it a testament to what the Internet can add, and potentially detract from someone’s daily existence. Click here for a higher resolution version.

Admit it, someday you want to be such a savior as Mr. markevens.

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