Uber Eats memes are a popular topic in the Uber Eats community. Indeed, there are entire online communities dedicated to sharing funny Uber Eats memes.
If you don’t know what an Uber Eats meme is, it’s typically a picture with a funny caption about Uber Eats. Some memes are made only for sharing within the Uber Eats community – usually complaining about low-paying orders, non-tippers, or something else related to working for Uber Eats.
Other memes are for sharing with customers. If you’re working as an Uber Eats Driver and like to use Uber Eats memes, you’ll send the meme as a text to the customer. Most of the time, you’ll send a funny meme when you’re waiting for the order at the restaurant or when you’ve picked up the order and are on the way to the customer.
Some Uber Eats Drivers swear that they get better ratings and higher tips by using memes. Others aren’t so sure it does anything. And others avoid sending memes because it could be interpreted as unprofessional. I personally don’t bother sending Uber Eats memes to customers – but I may consider experimenting with them to see if they improve my earnings.
In this post, I thought I’d share some of the funniest and best Uber Eats memes you can use and look at some of the pros and cons of sending Uber Eats memes to customers.
Best Uber Eats Memes
There are two main types of memes you’ll want to use (assuming you want to use Uber Eats memes at all). The first are memes you send when you’re waiting for the order at the restaurant. The second are memes you send once you’ve picked up the order and are on the way to the customer. Let’s take a look at some of my favorite memes.
1. Memes When Waiting For The Customer’s Order
Here’s a funny meme that I think will get a chuckle from most customers. It uses the famous Bernie Sanders picture during the presidential inauguration. I think most people will get a laugh out of this, regardless of political affiliation.
Another good meme is this one featuring Baby Yoda. I’m sure most customers will get a good laugh from this one or at least think it’s cute.
2. Memes To Send To Customers Once You’ve Picked Up Their Order
Here’s a good meme you can send to customers once you’ve picked up their order. People love dogs doing human things and there’s no denying that the face this Corgi makes is hilarious.
Another good meme you can send is this funny meme from the Terry Crews scene in the movie White Chicks. Anyone familiar with this scene will probably get a laugh out of it.
There are many more Uber Eats memes, far more than I could possibly include in this post. You can find a great collection of Uber Eats memes in this Facebook community dedicated solely to Uber Eats memes.
Another option is to create your own memes. The website Meme Generator allows you to create your own Uber Eats memes, which you can then use for your own purposes.
Should You Send Memes To Customers?
Whether you should send Uber Eats memes to customers is a matter of personal preference. Some Uber Eats drivers believe that it leads to higher tips. The thinking is that customers get a chuckle from your meme, then increase your tip because of the connection you built with them. This could be true, but there isn’t much data to back it up.
Others think that it can at least lead to better customer ratings. This could be true. Most people don’t rate their Uber Eats driver, but if you’re memorable, they might be more inclined to give you a good rating.
That being said, while there are some potential upsides, there are also downsides worth considering. Some customers may find memes to be unprofessional. Depending on the customer, it could also be viewed as offputting. A lot of times, customers also don’t want to get a bunch of texts from their Uber Eats driver – they just want to get their food delivered to them in a timely manner without a lot of hassle.
I don’t think there’s a lot of harm in sending memes, so if you want to do it, you can try. At worst, it does nothing. At best, it could lead to better customer ratings and higher tips.
There are so many Uber Eats memes on the internet. If you’re looking for a good Uber Eats meme, you’re sure to find one online. Or make your own if there aren’t any out there that suits you.
Hopefully, this post gives you a good starting point for some great memes you can use while you’re delivering.