The Secret Google Friends Easter Eggs When You Search Every Character Name
Friends is potentially the best long-running sitcom ever made. Over ten seasons, we grew to love the likes of Chandler Bing and Rachel Green as they sipped coffee in Central Perk and got themselves into all sorts of awkward, funny and sometimes heartbreaking situations.
Remember the Ross and Rachel prom video? Or the time they broke up? I'm getting weepy just thinking about them.
Well, on 22 September it's the 25th anniversary of the first episode of the show. Don't you feel old?
To celebrate, Google has hidden some sneaky Easter eggs into their searching platform.
In order to access them, all you have to do is enter a character's name into the search bar and press enter.
If you type in Ross Gellar for example, you'll spot a picture of a couch on the page. If you click on it, it'll trigger a soundbite from the classic 'pivot' scene. You just said it in his voice, didn't you? If you click it enough times it'll break in half and you'll hear him say, "Okay, I don't think it's going to pivot anymore". If you keep clicking it all your mates in your office will hate you and tell you to shut the f*** up.
Searching Phoebe Buffay will bring up a picture of a guitar. You can guess what's coming next, can't you? If you click it, a pongy feline will prowl across your screen while Phoebe herself serenades you with her best song from the show, 'smelly cat'.
If you search Rachel Green you might be a little bit underwhelmed. If you click on an icon of her famous hair, instead of getting your coffee order wrong, you'll just get directed to an image search for her signature look.
A quick search for Joey Tribbiani will offer up a picture of a pizza. If you click on it, he screams 'Joey doesn't share food!' Something he has in common with your mum.
Some of the items might cost you a fair bit of cash, it is Ralph Lauren after all, but if you're a fan of the show then you might decide it's worth parting with your wage for.
You can get a ribbed turtleneck sweater or no-iron button down shirt for £89, which isn't bad considering you're taking home a limited-edition Friends'-themed keepsake that you can tell all your mates about.
Now stop reading this and get Googling your favourite characters.