The first search result entry leading to a Wikipedia page article reads like this about the Smurfs:
- "Smurfs, also known as Schtroumpfs, are mythical Belgium creatures, three apples high, who, like the Leprechauns of the Irish, are thought to bring good luck. Smurfs were first documented in 1958 by the Belgian artist, Pierre Culliford, known as Peyo, who followed a boyhood fascination for them..."
The following search results include "building your own Smurf trap" and a fictional pub and soccer bar called "The Blue Smurf".
While The Blue Smurf pub and soccer bar is most likely fictional, there is a Schtroumpf Salad Bar & Grill restaurant in Beirut with three locations: one in the heart of Achrafieh Beirut, one on the Dbayeh-Marina Highway and another overlooking the Jounieh bay. However, its only relation to the Smurfs is simply the use of their French name.
- Google Play, for the digital distribution division.