It's all about the readers. Who cares if they're wrong?
About webcomics, not all images have to be, "We're lampshading it!" or, "Let's discuss a common video game occurrence that has a TV Tropes
article," or, "Let's copy-paste TV Tropes
' description of this thing!" or, slightly less commonly, "It's funny because Large Ham
." That is what the majority of webcomic images tend to be, and, as Image Pickin'
keeps finding them, the majority of images
tends to be. It gets old, it gets repetitive, it makes the site look more and more like a webcomic. It's actually more helpful to find an image that's a more subtle or creative use of the trope and doesn't look like it came from