At my job doing UI design and JS dev, we send a lot of screen shots to each other. Serious problems are logged in our bug tracking software, but for stupid little layout things we'll just send an email with a screen shot. It's easier and faster just to reproduce the problem in a browser, press Alt-PrtScr, and paste it into an email to someone who can fix it.
Of course when you're sending around screen shots taken from your browser, it'll show everyone which tabs you have open, and often there'll be a recent search phrase sitting in the search box. I don't censor, because I don't have anything to hide... I don't care if people I work with see that I recently searched for "mootools tween".
Today just for my own entertainment I started putting bizarre phrases in there, to see if anyone will notice. So far only one person did.
Here are the first three I've tried: "how to remove large bloodstains from curtains and walls" "milk a cat without getting scratched" "antelope mating videos"
can y'all suggest others? please, they need to be safe for work. Suggestive is OK, explicit is not.