There is a very special sub-group called Reddit r / IRLEasterEggs. Founded in 2015 and now with over 433,000 members, this growing community is dedicated to sharing hidden Easter eggs in real life. Discover, it’s not just movies, TV shows, and video games that hide Easter eggs for the clever and lucky. Humans and real life are more interesting than we think.
Check out some of Easter’s bright eggs that people have lovingly made and covered, and be sure to tell us in the comments which ones you liked the most and why. Have you ever found Easter eggs in real life? We would love to hear more, dear readers.
New metro cars in Stockholm come with interesting ventilation covers.
Canada passport when viewed under UV light.
You know, in sports or movies, when you discover a strange secret that no one in the production has left unnoticed for some viewers who are looking for it or stumble upon it? The R / IRLEasterEggs community is the perfect place to share those things in real life.
At the right time of day, this bizarre figure painted on the ground finally takes its full meaning. Russian mountain!
Yes A ladybug.
In the first few moments you visit Subredit, it is clear that the r / IRLEasterEggs community and its moderators have a lot of sense to poke around and have fun with. But I think it comes with finding hidden Easter eggs all over the world that let you taste the small pleasures in life.
I found it under my coffee bag.
Each year at 11:11 a.m. on Veterans Day (November 11), the sun’s rays pass through an ellipse of five Army pillars and form a perfect round of light on the mosaic of the Great Seal of the United States.
Each fall in the Oregon Coast Range, as the color changes, this image originates from a cedar forest.
In Germany the bridge is depicted as Lego blocks.
In Sweden, there are sculptures of planets hidden throughout the country. Together, they make up the solar system in precise proportions. Globen (globe) is the Sun.
Under the label of my beer that was a little easier to peel. “Stop stopping me.” “
My friend who passed away was still seen with his beloved English bulldog. I saw this when I went behind his gravity.
The tag on my shirt includes a photo of the woman who sewed it.
An incredible work of art on the edge of a sidewalk.
I installed this QR code behind me for the zoom call. If someone scans it, the light turns on.
Ant-Man in real life.
The curious angels of the archipelago at the Sainte-Foye Abbey Church in Conques, France.
The way these milk cartons can be lined up!
I found this post.
There are brass fish in the ground at Seattle Airport. It is a loner and carries a suitcase.
The Irish passport bond reflects the colors of the national flag of Ireland.
Futuram’s boxes have the 30th Century Fox written instead of the 20th Century Fox (the show is set in the 30th century).
Paisley Abbey is an “alien” gargle above the Arcades of Scotland.