It’s true. I left the main Philosophy group but stayed here because I’ve never seen such a collection outside of iFunny, and they don’t comment too much on there.
I’ve been. Not officially (it’s a hobby) but I find subcultures fascinating, especially when they break out of their nesting areas.
I first noticed the subculture moving outside of the nesting areas towards G+ a little [much harboring on Youtube comment sections of course], a little bit on Vine, but then when my nephew started getting hooked on iFunny, there it was. Not long after that, I noticed the presence on the Philosophy group, which then went through its drama, and once Brett reconstituted the group, he created this one.
While the presence is just as strong on iFunny as it has been for a long time, it’s been getting more of a mix lately.. and some commercial advertising, like this the other day which drove him nuts. [of course I had to make it into something ’cause .. just because]