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7 secret website functions you probably don't know about

The internet’s so big cause it’s full of secrets.

EASTER EGGS ARE the hidden gems of the internet.

Here are seven of our favourites, guaranteed to distract and aid procrastination. You’re welcome.

1. Soundclick’s bacon

Go to Soundclick.com, enter the Konami code (up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A), gain bacon.


You can also try the Konami code on Vogue.co.uk, and Digg.com.

2. You’re too young

Black Acre Brewing has a pleasant way of saying goodbye to their underaged visitors. Just hit ‘I am under 21′ and see what happens.


3. Read the terms of service

Have you ever actually read the terms of service on any website you’ve signed up to? Wordpress have left a small present in there for the rare few that do.


4. YouTube does the Harlem Shake

Type Harlem Shake into the YouTube search box and watch the videos mimic the dance. Is this still a thing now?


5. Back up that Mini

Head to miniusa.com, put ‘reverse’ into the search box in the top right corner, and follow the instructions. Voilà.


6. Easter Egg easter egg

It figures that the Wikipedia page explaining what an Easter egg is would contain an easter egg… Hover over the little hedgehog in the article image to find it.


7. Watch the vase!

Knock over the blue vase on the HEMA website and just see what happens. Go on, do it.


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