This day, the 11th day of the 11th month of 2011, may be the luckiest day of the millennium. If you're looking for good fortune, look no further than Google, which has long had a search feature called I'm feeling lucky.

Many don't know what this button actually does, but in fact, pressing this button with the right keywords can create some tremendous and hilarious results. Take these search terms to Google.com and click I'm feeling lucky, and prepare for a surprise.

Google Loco: Clicking I'm feeling lucky lands you on www.thatsloco.com, where the Google logo dances and search buttons are written in the unintelligible WingDings font. Better yet, if you try typing in the search box, the letters you type come up as WingDings and the search box itself changes color for each letter you type.

Google Gravity: Type this in and you'll see the entire Google page suddenly fall at a rate of 9.8 meters per second. The words, buttons and boxes will be scattered all over the bottom of the screen, but you can click any of the words and throw them around, including the search box, which still works even in mid-air. Search results fall out of sky and join the mess on the bottom, but those links can similarly be thrown around the hyperlinks will still work.

Google Annoying: As the name implies, Google Annoying creates a Google search page where letters are in upper and lower case at random. Every word you search and every result that pops up is also converted into this random format. The site's URL also becomes www.donttypelikethis.com.

Find Chuck Norris: Try searching Google for the Walker, Texas Ranger star and Google will refuse. Google won't search for Chuck Norris because it knows you don't find Chuck Norris, he finds you, the page reads. Since Google cannot pull up any results for you, it suggests you either Run, before he finds you, or Try a different person.

Google Gothic: Love metal? Feeling edgy? Google Gothic takes you to www.gothengine.com, which sets the page title ablaze and gives the user a lone quote from Friedrich Nietzche, the 19th-century German philosopher often associated with nihilism: If you stare into the Abyss long enough the Abyss stares back at you.

Google Rainbow: The yin to Google Gothic's yang. This trick takes you to www.seetherainbow.com and gives you a Google page where words and individuals change color every second. It makes text difficult to read, but at least it's colorful.

Google Epic: If you're feeling excessive, type in Google Epic and Google's title, box and buttons will increasingly grow in size until they're too big for your screen. The URL, www.toobigtouse.com, is highly accurate.

Google Weenie: The little brother and polar opposite of Epic Google. On Weenie Google, everything on the search page will continue to shrink to a tiny size. The site, www.toosmalltouse.com, also links back to Epic Google.

Who Is The Cutest: Type this into Google and click I'm feeling lucky. You won't regret it.

The following two terms were technically Google Doodles before they became I'm feeling lucky tricks, but they're still worth checking out.

Google Guitar: In celebration of legendary guitarist Les Paul's 96th birthday, Google created a unique doodle where the logo could be played like a guitar just by clicking, holding and twanging the strings. The Google Doodle is still available through this I'm feeling lucky trick.

Google Pacman: In May 2010, Google celebrated the 30th anniversary of the coin-operated arcade game Pacman with a Pacman Google Doodle, where users could actually play the full game within the search engine. The Google Doodle still exists through the I'm feeling lucky search; just click the button that says Insert Coin (formerly I'm feeling lucky) and then good luck getting any work done after that.