A Google search for "apache license" triggers a border of Christmas tree ornaments alongside the adwords. This doesn't affect searches such as "apache", "license", "pache license", or "apache licens".
Try it here: google.com/search?q=apache+lic ...
Can't see it. Are you logged in?
I couldn't see it either – but then I disabled experimental search and it worked – try that
How did you get these? :/
America Only judging by ionuts url..
AEF: I tried, but nothing happened. :/
hmmm......you're not part of any experiments....
are you in the US?
Searching for snowman produced a trim of these snowmen.
Below are the images.
google.com/images/k3.gif k3.gif (Kwanzaa)
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[moved from new thread "christmas balls in google search page" -Philipp]
never seen it before
I got a candy cane border for the search "delete caches", which makes no sense.
Screenshots of the Snowman and Candy Cane borders:
I'm still ain't getting these.. :/
It might help to start your search from google.com/ncr
[Moved from "Google Adds a Snowman in their Ads" – Tony]
I typed in "infiniti fx chrome tail lights" and got little snow-mans next to the ads. I am not able to replicate it with any other search query. Is anyone else getting this?
[Moved from "Some Google Adwords Given a Holiday Touch" – Tony]