Just whatever you do, do not bring this game up to your girlfriend's family (*cough*Chris*cough*)--who, by the way, you just happen to be meeting for the first time--using "How much does" as your first example--or any example for that matter--and then divulge that the #1 search for this little nugget of a question is "How much does an abortion cost?" during a previously innocent family game of poker in the game room with a nice roaring fire going, the dog curled up all cozy on your 12-year-old nephew's lap, and a frigging Linda Rondstadt song playing softly in the distance, because now everyone is thinking, "Why did he just tell us that? Is Amy one of the millions of people looking this up?" And then all of a sudden your sneaky instigator sister pipes up and says, "I heard that only what you yourself look up all the time pops up in the dropdown!" (And, by the way, said sister doesn't even have an email account so I don't even know where she even gets off acting like she's all Bill Gates all of a sudden.). And now my whole family definitely thinks at at some point I had resorted to looking up this question all because my boyfriend thought the price of baby removals was a topic of polite conversation. For the record, as far as I know, I've never been pregnant, unless you count that time where I ate a dozen chocolate chip cookies in one sitting my freshman year at college (it was more like the freshman 50 for me), and then a pan of brownies, and then maybe a squirt of whipped cream or two, but I'm pretty sure I only felt pregnant. Yeah. Definitely do not bring it up then.
*I actually had to Google whether or not dogs had vocal chords. Turns out, they do but they do not have "a well-developed speech center." If they did, they would for sure tell me what a nimnud I am.