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Google gives funny 'Avatar: The Last Airbender' reference when you search 'war in Ba Sing Se'

Is Google part of the Ba Sing Se conspiracy?

Many netizens have recently found out that if you Google "war in Ba Sing Se," the search engine answers with "Did you mean: There is no war in Ba Sing Se?"

A recent TikTok video also uncovered this Google easter egg and the post has so far garnered over 30,000 likes.



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? original sound - Joel Katz


Google seems to have been hiding this "Avatar: The Last Airbender" reference in plain sight for quite some time, and fans of the show are always amused to discover it.

The line "There is no war in Ba Sing Se" became prevalent in the second season, when Team Avatar travels to the Earth Kingdom's capital, Ba Sing Se, only to discover that the ongoing war has been covered up by some members of the government.

"Avatar: The Last Airbender" is a highly popular animated show that follows Aang on his journey to becoming the Avatar and bringing peace back to the four nations by defeating Fire Lord Ozai. It aired on Nickelodeon in 2005.

The follow-up series, "The Legend of Korra," aired in 2012 and ran for four seasons. —JCB, GMA News