Here's your moment of Internet Amusement for the day: type "Where is Chuck Norris?" on Google.com, then click the I'm Feeling Lucky button.
The page you'll get initially looks like a failed result, but then you'll notice the text:
Google won't search for Chuck Norris because it knows you don't find Chuck Norris, he finds you.
The Chuck Norris googlebomb is an oldie but a goodie, having been around since 2008 or so. Now that you know this one, go ahead and impress your friends with these other time-wasting Google tricks:
Type "french military victories" into Google.com and hit I'm Feeling Lucky. A helpful parody site will ask, "Did you mean: french military defeats?"
Search Google via the mesmerizing MENTALPLEX.
View Charleston Road via Google Maps in street view mode to see Google employees doing their thing. OMG, is that a marriage proposal sign? AWESOME.
Search Google for "answer to life the universe and everything." Douglas Adams fans will recognize this result.
Go to your Gmail account, click on the Spam folder, and take a look at what appears in the address bar at the top of the page. The best part? They link to real recipes!
Do you know of any other Google Easter eggs to share?
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