GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Famous Memes

A compilation of statistics on the most famous internet memes, including their frequency of use, popularity across different platforms, and longevity in the online community.

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"The "Doge" meme became popular in 2013 and inspired the creation of Dogecoin."

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"The "Roll Safe" meme is derived from a character in the BBC series "Hood Documentary.""

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"The "Surprised Pikachu" meme screenshot is from the Pokémon anime."

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"The "Success Kid" meme originated from a photo taken in 2007."

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"The "Is this a pigeon?" meme comes from the anime "The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird.""

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"The "Pepe the Frog" meme was originally created by Matt Furie in 2005."

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""Success Kid" meme's photo was purchased by Virgin Media for an advertisement."

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"The "Kermit Meme" (also known as "But That's None of My Business") first appeared in 2014."

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"The first known use of the "Grumpy Cat" meme dates back to 2012."

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"The "Arthur Fist" meme comes from the children's TV show "Arthur.""

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"The "SpongeBob Mocking" meme surged in popularity in 2017."

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""Evil Kermit" meme originated from the 2014 film "Muppets Most Wanted.""

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"The "This Is Fine" dog meme was created by artist KC Green in 2013."

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""Gavin the Meme Kid" gained popularity on Vine before becoming a meme."

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"The "Confused Math Lady" meme comes from a scene in a Brazilian TV series from 2004."

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"The "Bad Luck Brian" meme started from a 2006 yearbook photo."

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"The "Distracted Boyfriend" meme was one of the most popular memes of 2017."

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"The "Two Buttons" meme format gained traction in 2016."

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"The "Hide the Pain Harold" meme features a stock photo taken in 2011."

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