Here's The Secret Meaning Behind Every Single Magna Doodle In Friends

Did you spot it in the Joey spin-off, too?

Ask any true Friends fan about the Magna Doodle hung on the back of Joey and Chandler's front door and watch their eyes glaze over, deep in geeky sitcom bliss. The Magna Doodle is an iconic Friends prop, second only to the peephole frame - so important, Joey packed it up and took it with him on his spin-off show:

Craning to see the cryptic messages scrawled on the board (or Etch-A-Sketch to us Brits) added an extra thrill when watching new Friends episodes back in the day - but the best moments had to be spotting the secret meanings behind them. 

"I'm sorry I'm sorry I'M SORRY I'm sorry I'M SoRrY I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm sorry", reads the memo board in Season 4, Episode 8: 'The One With Chandler In A Box' - a direct reference to Chandler crossing the line with Joey's girlfriend Kathy (he was so far past the line, the line was a dot to him). 

But "another one bites the dust"!?

WHAT COULD IT POSSIBLY MEAN?! AND ARE THERE MORE LIKE THIS!? Well Friends fans, we've done the research, and rounded up every single secret message behind the Magna Doodle sketches. Isn't that kick-you-in-the-crotch-spit-on-your-neck-fantastic?

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