"What does the fox say?" is the greatest existential mystery of this millennium, the "How many licks does it take to the center of a Tootsie Roll Pop" of our generation. Ylvis speculates that the fox might say "Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow!" or "Fraka-kaka-kaka-kaka-kow!"
It is performed in the style of a typical electronic dance pop song, and the lyrics are sung "with deadpan seriousness". The video was originally created to promote the brand-new season of Ylvis' talk show I kveld med Ylvis on TVNorge but after being released on the TVNorge YouTube channel went viral.
“The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)” by Ylvis was released in September 2013, and it's become one of the most beloved gimmick songs of the past half-decade.
In the SPIN feature “120,000,000 Ylvis Fans Can't Be Wrong,” David Marchese unlocks the secrets of Ylvis' “The Fox (What Does the Fox Say),” a song which, in its own way, set out to unlock one of nature's biggest secrets.
What does the Fox say?” – Gering-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding. Or: “Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow!”
The Konami Code strikes again. Go to a Google search bar and using voice, search for “Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right.” And just like that, you'll have unlimited free Google searches. Of course this is tongue-in-cheek.
"google in 1998( see it )" on a desktop browser will generate a layout similar to the one Google used for its search engine in 1998. "googly eyes( see it )" will cause a pair of googly eyes to slide from the top of the page to cover each letter "O" in the top Google logo.
If you do a voice search for "up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right", Google will speak back "Cheat mode unlocked. Unlimited free Google searches." Of course, Google searches are free (not counting ads and personal data) and unlimited anyway, but it is still a fun trick.
Google removed this game in 2020, but you can still enjoy it on elgoog.im right here.
elgooG (Google spelled backwards) is a mirrored page of Google homepage, also known as "Google mirror".
Google search Easter eggs
Oct 9, 2018
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The effect will even work if you type "Z or R twice". The trick is homage to a 1997 Nintendo Game, Star Fox 64, where Peppy, the game's space rabbit tells Fox McCloud, the game's protagonist to "do a barrel roll", which you make him do by pressing 'z' or 'r' twice.
When the homepage of Google is open on your smart devices, type 'google gravity' in the search panel. Do not click on the search button instantly. Instead of clicking on the search button, click the button that says I'm feeling lucky as soon as you do that you will see that the gravity google trick has been activated.