Part of 10 Cloverfield Lane's viral marketing is the website FunAndPrettyThings.com.


Clicking on the image of the woman at the computer and entering the pass code "Do you want to talk?" will bring you to a private forum.

Private forum

Attempting to enter your own message will result in it asking if you are Megan. If you say yes, it will ask "What was the secret gift I gave you on your 13th birthday?"

Enter password

I have been unable to figure out the answer myself or find it out online.

Is the answer known? If so, what is it?

  • Perhaps it is impossible to post?
    – Adamant
    Jul 4, 2016 at 2:05
  • @Obie2.0 Possibly, but it seems unlikely that the creators would deadend it like that without making it clear there is no way to go forward.
    – Rogue Jedi
    Jul 4, 2016 at 2:08

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A medal

We need to view the whole conversation in context. Denise was able to post, which means she knows the answer.

And no, no “Soviets" helped me get into your little secret hiding place here. Did you really think I wouldn’t remember when you gave Megan your father’s medal, then blew up at her because she accidentally misplaced it? Megan was so terrified, it took months for me to get her to tell me what happened.

She implies that she was able to get into the website because she remembers when he gave Megan a medal, which indicates that is the answer.

With regard to the larger question of what the precise passphrase is, I doubt there is one. Certainly letting users post would be of no benefit (and would harm the website), which means that any answer would have to do something different (and thus be inconsistent with the conceit of the site). It is probably there merely for consistency with the in-universe story.

Various passphrases, such as "grampa's medal," "your medal," "pappy's medal," "medal," "a medal," "the medal," "grandpa's medal" etc. produce no result.

  • @RogueJedi - It will not work. The "password protection" is part of the in-universe narrative. There is no benefit to letting people post.
    – Adamant
    Jul 4, 2016 at 2:26

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