Finding them is the best part
An “Easter egg” in media can be described as an inside joke, hidden message, or a secret feature that is intentionally placed for someone to find later on. It’s something that is most commonly seen in video games or movies, but what about real life? Some Reddit users decided to share some of the best Easter eggs they could find, and some of them will surprise you. Check them out!
The hidden mickeys at Disneyland. I can’t remember quite how many there are spread across the park though. Basically, all spread across Disneyland theme park there are ~hundreds of varying sizes of Mickey mouse heads constructed using parts of the visual asthetics such as plates being arranged in the haunted mansion on the table. I have a friend who walked us trough the park and showed us quite a few of them including the smallest one which is about the size of a dime on a piece of wood in one of the lines. They are all, for the most part, pretty recognizable and in conspicuous places if you know to look for them. (GoodLeftUndone)
There’s even a whole website devoted to finding these guys.
He’s always watching…
The statue of Jefferson at the Jefferson Memorial looks directly at the White House (about a mile away), as if keeping an eye on the presidency. It is said that Kennedy even had the trees trimmed to make sure the view was unobstructed. (Collards)
Even Trip Advisor agrees.
What are you doing??
I hear that if you sneak up really quietly and put your ear against someones leg, you can actually hear them say, “What the f*** are you doing?” [deleted user]