anonymous
Here are few that I know of. This set requires that you append "&v=c" to your search for them to work though.
This set doesn't require "&v=c".

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posted by [Old Forum agreenearth] • 7 years and 1 month ago Link

anonymous
Am I missing something?

Some of those don't make since to me. For example: http://duckduckgo.com/?q=hamburger&v=c

Why do some of these Easter eggs have to have to have a special URL and others don't? Shouldn't they just work when you type them in?
posted by [Old Forum bee.keeper] • 7 years and 1 month ago Link
anonymous
"v=c" was from the joke websites Cuiler and Culiest Yegg set up in 2010. The sites don't exist anymore, but some of their Easter eggs live on.

A majority of the Cuiler/Cuilest Easter eggs are from the website Reddit. For example the "hamburger" one comes from this post.

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posted by [Old Forum agreenearth] • 7 years and 1 month ago Link