It’s the little stuff, y’know?
It’s the little stuff, y’know?
The Harry Potter films were not only awesome, they were deeply ethical. Fact.
Remember the scene near the start, when Ed tries to cheer Shaun up after he’s been dumped? His pep talk foreshadows the entire plot.
Listen closely. (Because a sound engineer didn’t.)
Here’s proof that Gretchen Weiners really DID live happily ever after.
Chocolate, coins, and jellybeans, for sure. But how about upping your game this Easter?
Proof that the first family was just like us (well almost).
Plus the bros of Coachella, what you NEED to know about Mountain Dew’s ingredients, and little kids try to figure out what a Walkman is.
Step away from the PAAS dyes and check out these awesome ways to up your Easter Egg decorating game.
Oh, you thought it involved just a simple dip dye? Child’s play.
Some of these teeny, tiny details will change how you see the movie.
How to make YouTube into a comic book.
These Easter eggs will change the way you use YouTube.
How to make Google a video game.
Seriously, this is nuts.
Don’t you love it when the shows you love, love the other shows you love too?
Plus 8 dessert versions of famous art, finding Waldo in real life, and a fridge of beer that only opens for Canadians.
Pixar isn’t the only one that hides little gems in their movies. Note: This list does not include hidden Mickeys.
Instructables user lmnopeas decided to surprise her son with custom painted eggs to satisfy his Super Mario obsession.
You’ve been painting your eggs basic pastels for way too long. Time to crack (HA) that less-than-exciting tradition once and for all.
Here’s a collection of secrets hidden in your favorite childhood TV shows. Chances are the child-version of you missed them the first time around.
Nerds beget nerds, so it’s completely unsurprising that these geeky shows contain subtle references to other nerdy shows. To celebrate this contagion of nerdery, here are twelve wonderful easter eggs in television and movies that you really need to know about.
How do you get the Pizza Planet truck into a movie set hundreds of years before the invention of the combustible engine? Very, very sneakily.
On the way to becoming an unstoppable social media behemoth, Facebook slipped a lot of wacky stuff onto its website. These are the best tricks Facebook has pulled, past and present.
Need some Easter Egg inspiration? Yesterday was Good Friday and Sunday is Easter, which gives you plenty of time to get your geek on.
This is some eggs-cellent craftsmanship. U.K. based company LMC Design held a contest to see who could create the best pop culture persona in egg form, with awesome results.
This old trick has been around for awhile, but in case you’re not up on your Martha Stewart DIYs…. Time to raid that thrift store. (via lacasuarina.tumblr.com)
I know everyone and your mom told you to Google “do a barrel roll” today. Fun, yes? But that’s not the only cool Easter egg Google is hiding. Here are 9 other nifty tricks.
Video games aren’t even trying to make sense most of the time. We asked you to show us deleted scenes that would render some of the more baffling pixelated universes logical.