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HowManyOfMe is a website in which one can type in a name and see how many people in the United States of America share their name. In 2019, statistics gleaned from the website were used in reaction image memes on Reddit.
HowManyOfMe.com is owned by Auron Technologies LLC and launched in 2006. It was covered by the blog Neatorama on October 17th, 2006. Over the following thirteen years, the site saw some mention on blogs as a fun page to check out.
In August of 2019, the site became very popular on Reddit as people used the tool to look up names of popular fictional characters to see how many people in the U.S. shared the name, and then paired the result with a reaction image. On August 14th, 2019, /r/me_irl user iw2kms posted a result for "Dick Dick," gaining over 3,500 points (shown below, left). On the 28th, Redditor err_mate posted a So Long, Gay Bowser meme to /r/dankmemes using the site, gaining over 71,000 points (shown below, right).
err_mate's post was one of the first and most popular posts that led to memes revolving around HowManyOfMe trending in the subreddit. Other popular posts include a CallMeCarson Crying Next to Joe Swanson meme posted by user turtlelover_66 that gained over 69,000 points (shown below, left) and a What The Hell Is This meme posted MMPraanav that gained over 27,000 points (shown below, right).
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