Google Doodle for New Year’s Day goes a little cuckoo

Google Doodle for New Year's Day goes a little cuckoo

Hello, New Year!


The end has come for 2020, a difficult year we are not sorry to go, and 2021 is now on the clock. In its traditional New Year style, Google created a follow-up doodle to welcome the last minutes of our old year and the new year of 2021. At the center of the Google Doodle festival is a cuckoo clock, and we begin 2021, a very excited cuckoo.

Google usually rings with an animated animal in the new year. A year ago, this Chose the familiar frogTo welcome by 2020, the giant weather frog, perhaps Google saw that time in the future, knowing that 2020 would be a year.

So it’s probably no surprise that Google has decided to return New Year’s Past Winged Friends. If you checked during the revelation that lasted until midnight, it should be no secret what we were waiting for with Google’s watch, all stopped but bouncing around with anticipation. Why, you have to be a cuckoo to remember it.

Google also accepted this How crazy till 2020, Noting that “it’s been a cuckoo year,” but it’s also optimistic for a better ahead for all of us. “Now the countdown has begun, and when the clock starts the new year at midnight its wings will spread!” Google said in presenting its party host.

And then when the New Year’s Day doodle landed on its perch on Google’s search page, the Tech Titan and its winged spirit made their best wishes. “Happy New Year to all, ‘The cuckoo bird chides for everyone to hear!”

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You can also celebrate the new year in the search term “New Year’s Day” by going to Google search. A confetti popper will bombard your results.

When we survive another trip around the sun, it is also important to survive well in the near year. In previous years this did not mean driving drunk. While it is still paramount, it is also important to remember that this year’s challenges do not go away with the changing of the calendar. Stay close to the nest with your main flock, but if you need to get out, please remember to wear a mask.

Whatever you do, be safe in 2021 – hopefully, a better year for all of us.

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