The Facebook Questions Easter Egg

How is babby formed?

It’s a timeless question that launched a meme and a life of its own. For those not aware of such Internet history please take a moment to familiarize yourself.

For Internet troublemakers like myself this question is a great way to test any new Q&A service. I was the first user to pose such a question on Quora and when Facebook introduced its own questions product I did the same.

Here’s what happened:

Go ahead and try it yourself!



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15 Comments about “The Facebook Questions Easter Egg”

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  2. Lon Says:

    Genius!

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  13. eggkrazy Says:

    Cool ideas on this site, thanks. I honestly took the plunge and got me some chickens last week! Now I have more eggs than I know what to do with!. You might be interested in these egg recipes.

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  15. they didnt think it through Says:

    great idea, but it seems they didnt think it through. as the video only appears available to people in the USA. trying it outside the USA, you get the following error message “the uploader has not made this video available in your country”

Published: August 1st, 2010