When you have a burning question, who, or should I say what, do you turn to? Often times, the quickest way to find an answer is to just "Google it."
That's when you know you've made it, when your search engine starts being used as a verb.
Well, Google is officially turning 19 on Sept. 27, and is celebrating with a Doodle that directs users to list of 19 surprises the search engine has unveiled over the years, as well as a fun snake game.
In honor of the occasion, we've complied a list of some of our favorite
. And if you don't know what a Google Doodle is, well, Google Doodles . click here to find out
44th Anniversary of the Birth of Hip Hop
This Google Doodle celebrated the 44th anniversary of the birth of hip hop on Aug. 11, 2017, and featured an interactive turntable that allowed users to mix samples from legendary tracks.
30th Anniversary of PAC-MAN
This Google Doodle went live on May 21, 2010, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of PAC-MAN. It's on our list because who doesn't love a good game of PAC-MAN?
<b>Nellie Bly's 151st Birthday</b>
Nellie Bly's 151st Birthday
Dr. Seuss' 105th Birthday
This Google Doodle from March 2, 2009, celebrated what would have been he late American author's 1-5th birthday.
Courtesy of Dr. Seuss Enterprises/Google
<b>Les Paul's 96th Birthday</b>
This Google Doodle from June 9, 2011, celebrated what would have been the late Les Paul's 96th birthday. The interactive logo was "inspired by the guitar developed by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee that made the sound of rock and roll possible," Google noted.
Celebrating Ludwig van Beethoven's 245th Year
This Google Doodle from Dec. 17, 2015 celebrated Ludwig van Beethoven's 245th year. It included an interactive game that asked users to arrange one of his masterpieces.
Evidence of water found on Mars
This Google Doodle from Sept. 29, 2015, honored the discovery of water on Mars.
Hermann Rorschach's 129th Birthday
This Google Doodle celebrated the 129th birthday of Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach who created the iconic inkblot test.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2016
This Google Doodle honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who was best known for his leadership during the American Civil Rights movement.
John Lennon's 70th Birthday
John Lennon Google Doodle