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19 Of The Greatest Easter Eggs Hidden Around The Web

Better than *actual* Easter?

1. Head to British Vogue's website and type the Konami code.

2. Chrome's "unable to connect" dinosaur is actually a game.

3. Head to this Hema product page for an epic online Rube Goldberg.

4. In Google Hangouts, type /bikeshed to change the chat's background color.

Or type /ponystream for a My Little Pony takeover.

Or try /shydino.

5. There is a secret message hidden in Facebook's notification sound.

View this video on YouTube


Listen closely...the site's audio designer divulged that the sound's base chord is Fmaj7, whose notes actually spell out "F-A-C-E." Whatttttttt.

6. Go to Digg and enter the Konami code. Heh heh.

7. In classic Google Maps, request walking directions from "The Shire" to "Mordor."

8. In new Google Maps, enter the Earl's Court Road Street View to find a timey-wimey TARDIS surprise.

9. In Google Maps, you can also play Pac-Man anywhere in the world.

Just click on the Pac-Man icon next to Google Earth!

10. On IMDb, the listing for This Is Spinal Tap includes a rating that goes up to 11.

11. Google Image search "Atari Breakout" to play just that.

12. When you used to search "blue" in Netflix, you saw blue smudges.

I think I just blue myself rediscovering this. To promote Season 4 of Arrested Development, Netflix added some of Tobias' blue paint smudges all over its pages. The Easter egg unfortunately no longer exists. Bring thee blue back, Netflix!

13. In Facebook settings, change your language setting to English (Pirate).

14. Head to Black Acre Brewing and select "I am under 21."

15. Look at the end of Spotify's hilarious app updates.

16. The Facebook globe icon changes depending on where you are in the world.

17. In "Dream Girl," the author of XKCD hid coordinates and a date months into the future in the fourth panel. On that day, hundreds of people, including the author, showed up.

18. In the Firefox browser bar, type "about:mozilla" to read the gospel of Mozilla.

19. Likewise, if you type "about:robots," you'll see this fun pop-culture-laced message:

🌟 Bonus extra! 🌟 The Konami code works on BuzzFeed.com too.

Happy internet-ing!