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January 23, 2014

Search ‘Doge Meme’ in YouTube to go Comic Sans mode

Google enjoys planting Easter Eggs into their products, and if you’re really good at finding them, they might amuse you even by a little bit. There’s Google Now’s Barrel Roll, YouTube’s Harlem Shake and now, the much very wow internet sensation doge is hiding in YouTube coding and design.

DOGE

It’s been there for quite sometime now. Just type in “doge meme” in the YouTube search bar and it will immediately bring you to the search results with a little twist; everything will be in such color and Comic Sans font styles, and it will stay that way until you leave YouTube and reenter it again. Nothing new in functionality though, but we just thought about sharing it with everyone for those not familiar with it yet, especially with all the doge craze around right now.

DOGE MEME

Doge has been attracting a lot of attention lately – there’s the digital currency Dogecoin and there’s this. Very creativity. Such Successful. Wow.

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6 Responses to “Search ‘Doge Meme’ in YouTube to go Comic Sans mode”

  1. the walking doge says:

    Such article. Very wow.

  2. randogem says:

    wow, such discovery, much surprise, so meh ^o^v

  3. wew says:

    maganda din yung igoogle image yung “atari breakout” haha..

  4. pshh says:

    C-C-C-Combo Breaker!

  5. wew says:

    i though it was cool, but when i tried it i immediately put the youtube back to its original state, d ako sanay na ganun ang font style haha

  6. BitcoinTayo says:

    Sa mga gustong matuto at tumulong. Sana po tulungan ninyo kaming ibigay sa masa ang kaalaman sa cryptocoin. Salamat http://www.BitcoinTayo.com

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