Unfortunately, millions of Google users have contacted Google HQ saying that when they looked into the card they saw “a variety of disturbing images”, and that they were seriously worried about their mental health.
Google’s amply-trained PR staff did their best to reassure people that the doodle was just a bit of fun and not a competent psychiatric test, but when the first gunshots were head down the phone the PR staff decided to hand it over to the professionals.
Psychiatrist Dr Kurt van der Merwe of the Boston Institute for Medicanalysis says that his intake of patients boomed over the past 12 hours.
“It iz quite incredible” said the doctor in a comical German accent, “I hav never zeen zuch large numberz of klients in zuch a short zpace of time! I am rich, rich beyond my wildest dreams!”
It is estimated that over 1.4 million people are now actively seeking counselling as a direct result of the latest Google doodle.
Google have apologised for the crisis, but sources say that they have entered into a contract with the British Medical Association to release “more doodles that encourage people to question their state of mind”.
If you have been affected by the Google doodle, or know someone who has, please contact your local counselling service.