Did you know that Harry Potter has turned twenty years old? Yup, in case you didn’t know, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was first published way back in 1997, which meant that for some of us, we were only just starting high school when the book was first released. Safe to say that the franchise has had a huge impact on society and has since spawned movies based around the book, movies based on the Harry Potter world, plays, and new books.

It also looks like Facebook is acknowledging how big of an impact the series has had in today’s culture as they have hidden some Harry Potter easter eggs on its website. As you can see in the screenshot above, all users have to do is type “Harry Potter” or any of the various houses (Gryffindor, Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, or Slytherin), in which the names will automatically appear in color, and clicking on any of the names will bring up a wand animation complete with magical sparks.

Unfortunately it seems that apart from Harry Potter and the different houses, typing in any of the other characters from the series won’t prompt the same effect, but that shouldn’t stop you from showing your love for them anyway. We’re not sure how long this easter egg will last but do check it out, especially if you’re a huge fan of the series.

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