On January 4, 2019, an photo of an birds egg was uploaded by an anonymous person by making an account. It was captioned as ,
“Let’s set a world record together and get the most liked post on Instagram,”
Within the span of two weeks the picture of an egg became the worlds most liked post on Instagram with 18.4 million likes. The picture of the egg overtook Kyle Jerrer’s post with her daughter Stormi which had 18 million likes. On overtaken by just an egg, Kyle posted a story on Instagram of her breaking an egg on the road.
The internet has just gone wild with anything that can be trending.
In response to breaking the world record for most-liked Instagram post, the account owner wrote “This is madness. What a time to be alive.” Hours later, Kylie Jenner posted a video on Instagram of her cracking open an egg and pouring its yolk onto the ground, with the caption: “Take that little egg.”
The world record egg has waved the internet by been the most liked post. Similarly, many Instagram channels are putting up their own post that eg. chai, etc. The internet world can really make anyone mad over silly things and to waste time on it. Rather, the internet has a lot of things to do which is very helpful but to put a limit on the un-useful materials is also difficult.