* Searching for "suicide" will bring up a message [[UsefulNotes/SuicidePrevention directing you to call a suicide hotline if you need one.]]
* A Google Doodle during the 2014 FIFA World Cup showing a cartoon version of Paul the Octopus in heaven.
* The October 28, 2014 doodle celebrating the hundredth birthday of the deceased Jonas Salk, the man who developed the polio vaccine.
* A more minor example, but it's quite sweet that Google Chrome implemented the dinosaur game, so people could still be entertained even when their internet crapped out.
* Their 2013 doodle for Claude Debussy's birthday, set to none other than his SignatureSong [[https://www.google.com/doodles/claude-debussys-151st-birthday Clair de Lune]].
* The famous Super Bowl 2010 ad, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nnsSUqgkDwU AKA "Parisian Love"]].
* On AprilFoolsDay 2011, due to the devastation from the Tohoku disaster, Google Japan forewent a traditional April Fools joke and showed never-before-seen drawings by Japanese schoolchildren from the 2009 Doodle 4 Google, themed "What I Love About Japan". The official statement: "We promised that only the top prize winners would be featured on Google, but as this is the only day where lies are forgiven, we have obtained the other children's understanding."