9 things you didn't know about Google

Sure, the talent is amazing, the pay is great and the cafeteria is legendary. But what about the pranks and Google air? Photographs by Darcy Padilla/Redux for Fortune.com.

Free food, Google style
Free food, Google style

First-class dining facilities? Check. Custom-made milkshakes and onsite farmers' market? Definitely. Yes, Googlers are a well-fed bunch: The company even has a rule -- workers can never be more than 100 feet away from food. Hence the elaborate free snack stations and restaurants scattered throughout the Googleplex.
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Bikes

Movie nights

Onesies

Intranet

Clean air

April Fool's

Clubs

Grand entrances

Free food
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