Y G F: Why are Y, G and F very popular among the people of every age on GOOGLE
Y or y is the 25th and second-to-last letter of the ISO basic Latin alphabet and the sixth vowel letter of the modern English alphabet. In the English writing system, it sometimes represents a vowel and sometimes a consonant, and in other orthographies it may represent a vowel or a consonant. Its name in English is wye, plural wyes.
G or g is the seventh letter of the ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its name in English is gee, plural gees. The letter 'G' was introduced in the Old Latin period as a variant of 'C' to distinguish voiced from voiceless. The recorded originator of 'G' is freedman Spurius Carvilius Ruga, the first Roman to open a fee-paying school, who taught around 230 BCE. At this time, 'K' had fallen out of favor, and 'C', which had formerly represented both before open vowels, had come to express in all environments.
F or f is the sixth letter in the modern English alphabet and the ISO basic Latin alphabet. Its name in English is ef, plural efs. The origin of 'F' is the Semitic letter vâv that represented a sound like. Graphically it originally probably depicted either a hook or a club.
People search on internet billions of time and during this time Y character is searched so many times that a normal non-tech savvy people can't understand. Let's reveal your question in mind.
You question would be: Why is 'Y', 'F' and 'G' are very popular on the internet. The answer is very funny. Millions of people search these letters incidentally. Google Search Bar has a functionality of Auto-Complete. It suggests you some words or sentences in order to help you in getting the question. So, when you hit 'Y', every time it auto-completes Youtube.com, and you quickly hit Enter. But when your internet connection is slow, it doesn't show any suggestion to complete. That's why you quickly Hit Enter and Google thinks that you search for 'Y'.
This is the main reason why these three letters are more popular than other big words and sentences.