字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント So you're playing some computer game and suddenly stumble upon a place that turns out to be a reference to a completely different universe. Hey, that's a nice Easter egg from the developers. And now imagine you've gone out shopping and bumped into a creature from the Alien Invaders game. In real life, our life is also a game, and Easter eggs like that are hidden all around the world here, just a few of them. If you happen to be in Louisville, Kentucky, you might find yourself around a parking lot near a mall at the intersection of DuPont Road and new Dutchman Spark Way. There's nothing peculiar about the place except a small green patch surrounded by neatly trend bushes. Now, if you look at it from the mall, you'll see a small metal gate behind, which is a cemetery. Sounds creepy, but this story is rather sweet. It's a family cemetery of a farmer who used to live here in the 19th century. The farm is long gone, but the plot remains respected by the local community. Jeep Compass manufacturers have had a lot of fun designing the car. It's rumored to have several Easter eggs at once, but the most amusing is probably the one you confined on the dead pedal. If you look closely, you'll see it has a pattern on it. It's actually a Morse code, which says, From left to right sand, snow, rivers, rocks Must be everything the car can drive over. A. Someone must be really worried about medical students being able to cook for themselves because there's no other explanation to this entry in a medical book. All right, apart from it being a really bad recipe for roast potatoes who doesn't like that? It seems to be a fake entry meant for copyright protection. Now here's a more useful fine. Imagine buying a bicycle and suddenly realizing there's a hidden figure in it. A bottle opener? Yeah, that happens. So if the lucky owner of the bike is keen on drinking their coke from glass bottles, they have a go to situation. Old Nokia phones were not only the sturdiest of all, they were also the friendliest. If you take off the front cover of a Nokia 51 10 it'll take some effort. As you'll understand, you'll see a happy smiley face to brighten up your day. Ah, Liberty Science Center in New Jersey holds an annual pie day on You guessed it March 14th and to celebrate this magical number, they even put it on a plaque in the pavement. But the plaque couldn't hold all the might of the pie, so it's breaking the boundaries of the circle now. I strongly recommend not to repeat this if you don't want avoid your Xbox warranty. But if you don't care, feel free. You'll need to crack open the Xbox one X and look at it. Circuit board. There's a cute little master chief sitting on top of scorpion etched into the board. It's both a reference to the one X's prototype name Project Scorpio and the Tanks. Master Chief sometimes rides in the halo games. Nintendo, being a Japanese company, seems to feel a strong bond with its past. It shows in the Super Mario Brothers game for a Nintendo week, namely on the disk itself. Look how the characters on it are placed. If you had an old Nintendo console, you'll immediately recognize the placement and colors of the buttons on its game path. If you're a fan of Lego, who isn't, though you might know they have a model of the Saturn five as one of their kids. Saturn five was the launch rocket that supported the Apollo space missions from 1967 to 1973. Most notably, it aided in the safe launch of the 1st 2 people on the Moon in 1969. And guess how many pieces the Saturn five Lego model has? That's right, 1969. Hey, ever seen the Mighty Boosh? Your knowledge will be useful now because here's a reference to it left on the ceiling of some office building. Ever drink Baileys from a shoe? I wonder who would leave it there and why. And here's a couple of shots actually made by our subscriber who sent them to us and inspired this whole video. By the way, if you have awesome ideas of your own, feel free to write them in the comments. This one is from ST Petersburg, Russia, where some Beatles fans made a tribute to their idols by naming Ah, whole street after John Lennon, complete with the Yellow Submarine and all you can find it right in the heart of the city. Now this looks ominous an umbrella corporation truck on the outskirts of the same city. I hope the guy who sent it to us, it's okay after shooting this. If you're watching this video, leave a comment, please. I have no idea why someone would do this to this poor ducky or their car, for that matter, but I guess it's some sort of a lucky talisman. The duck itself is not so lucky, though. Unlucky Ducky, huh? Strolling around the town, you might expect to meet a couple of dogs, but not like this one. Even though it's doing some dirty business, it looks too cute. In Baden Baden, Germany, you'll find wonderful hot springs, serene landscapes and horses on the balconies. Yep, there's a horse standing on a living building balcony as if it should be there. Probably a witcher three reference. What do you think? I'm not sure what Sweden is all about, but if you find yourself in the airport of Stockholm, you might see these two little buddies in there. They're plush and made for you to flush. Yes, if you're thinking bathroom, that's where they belong. If you know why they're made into toys, tell me in the comments, will you? Innsbruck is a city in Tirol, Austria, famous for its ski resorts, and the local government seems to love this occupation, since here's what the town's traffic lights look like. Never. Just a pedestrian, always a skier at heart. Speaking of snowy mountains. Ever looked at the Toblerone chocolate package? Inspect the logo closely enough and you'll see a bear figure inside the mountain. That's a reference to Bern, Switzerland, where the chocolate is produced, which also means bear. It's no real surprise to see all kinds of ads in the streets, but they're usually quite obvious, this one in limits. All Cyprus is definitely not. It's just a giant ducky on the roof of a random building glitch in The Matrix. Perhaps sure hope it doesn't quack the ceiling. If you visit the Z one motor sports website, get your business, they're done and close the tab with it. You're good, but if you switch from it without closing, it'll definitely remind you of itself. Look at the top of the page. It Rick rolls you on September 9th, 2015 Queen Elizabeth the second, became the longest reigning British monarch in history, beating the record of Queen Victoria, Google decided to celebrate it in a humorous way. If you open Google maps and hover over the British palace, the dangly yellow figuring in the lower right corner the one that you picked a drop for a street view will take on the appearance of the queen. The same happens if you travel to the Balmoral Castle and Windsor Castle. Try it. Decorations are meant to be seen right then. It's kind of a mystery why Ripley's aquarium in Toronto, Canada, decorated this roof. The two swimming sharks on top of the building can only be seen from the CN Tower nearby or from space. You can find it on Google maps. And finally, if you're a proud owner of a camouflage colored controller for Sony PlayStation four, you might be amused to learn that there are four more controllers in your hands. Look at these spots here. Look familiar, right? There's no official confirmation. It was made on purpose. But you and I just know it. Hey, if you learn something new today, then give the video alike and share it with a friend. 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