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You aren’t having fun on the internet until you’ve found a couple of good Easter eggs. They’re all over CodePen if you know where to look!

Want an actual egg? You can grab a couple off the conveyor belt in Chris Gannon’s Eggmatic 3000

See the Pen EGGMATIC 3000 by Chris Gannon (@chrisgannon) on CodePen.

Or paint them in Gregor Adams’ CSS Easter egg maker (then go find the Easter egg he tucked into his phenomenal, playable TR-808).

See the Pen pure CSS easter egg maker by Gregor Adams (@pixelass) on CodePen.

Ever seen an egg like this one, from Sarah Drasner’s blend mode demo?

See the Pen Demo-ing Mix Blend Modes with SVG by Sarah Drasner (@sdras) on CodePen.

I’d bet that you already follow the internet best-practice of trying the Konami code to reveal Easter eggs on every website you visit. If you need some practice, you can brush up on it in Manuel Schaller’s Pen.

See the Pen Konami Code by Manuel Schaller (@manolo) on CodePen.

Sometimes the best Easter eggs are the ones that take a little patience, like Tim Holman’s Story Button.

See the Pen Story Button by Tim Holman (@tholman) on CodePen.

While you’re on the egg hunt, don’t forget: Tim Holman built the CodePen console too. 😉