Also, a lot of inspiration from various xkcd experiments with Google search (such as "I should have" https://xkcd.com/458/ and "stripped game of life" https://xkcd.com/696/).
Looking for interesting phrases. (Found one? Share it!)
Also, since this project is old, I would have started it with better modularizaiton (Vue?) + texts in url bar. If you want to fork it, go for it.
But you have to use an X as placeholder somewhere.
"want to go back to school" and "broke" stop at 40.
"have no energy" and "can't lose weight" start at 40.
"have no friends" appears somewhat age-independent but does have peaks.
"i don't know what to do with my life" peaks at 20-25, "don't know what to do with my life" at 30-40. "i want to lose weight" peaks at 12-15, "want to lose weight" at 40-50.
I wasn't aware of preference for the "I am X and I do Y" scheme vs the "I am X and do Y" one being correlated to age, but the data seems to say so.
There's a typo while querying: "quering"
To get a lot of time-stuff "I had sex X" (1-30), to get about money "I need X" (1-30), about weight "I lost X" (1-100), etc.
Waiting for for more suggestions!
"My girlfriend is X" shows more younger than older (and a bunch of pregnancy worries), while "my boyfriend is X" shows more older than younger (and a disturbing age range with completion "... and im 14").
"I got X" (0–100) yields grade distributions, but they seem to skew to the top (at least if you go by "percentile in cat", which should be uniform but isn't).
1) German, from Welt ‘world’ + Schmerz ‘pain’
2) Sadness or melancholy at the evils of the world; world-weariness
3) Sorrow that one feels and accepts as one's necessary portion in life
Quite the downer, in my opinion.
It makes sense if you just press "Go" when you visit the page (don't change anything). My first instinct was to replace X with an integer and you only get one result when you do that.