Does iFunny make 50 percent of all memes?

The post gained 19 upvotes and 6 comments, being 82% upvoted. On December 10th, 2018, iFunny user Husbean uploaded an image containing the caption "despite only making up 13 percent of the population, iFunny makes 50 percent of all memes" (shown below).

What are some examples of memes?

The word was coined by British evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins in The Selfish Gene (1976) as a concept for discussion of evolutionary principles in explaining the spread of ideas and cultural phenomena. Examples of memes given in Dawkins' book includemelodies, catchphrases, fashion, and the technology of building arches.

What if Internet humor wasn't for memes?

Internet humor isn't always easily explainable, but it's usually pretty hilarious. If it wasn't for funny memes —you know: quips and images that exist solely for easy entertainment—Facebook wouldn't be entertaining enough to steal so much of your time. Instagram, too, would be little more than selfies and stylized pictures of food. And Twitter?

Are Funny memes going out of style?

In short, the internet would be a joyless void of constant news alerts, questionably reliable research, and self-aggrandizing social media posts without some of the internet's funniest memes. Fortunately, that's a nightmare you don't have to imagine, thanks to the fact that funny memes are everywhere—and not going out of style anytime soon.