I've noticed by what tends to get caught in the lint trap and the references which get missed in games that quite a lot of Drawception's users seem to be very young. I'm not really all that old (43) which means for people to be missing references like Max Headroom http://drawception.com/viewgame/BkjCZ3Yqj6/mmmmmax-headroom/ and Samara http://drawception.com/viewgame/Rd9XcPP5PD/samara-crawls-from-ghostbusters-tv/ or sending characters like Richie Rich to the lint trap, a lot of players here must be /very/ young, mid- to late-teens perhaps.
I suspect that a lot of the people who contribute to the fora are somewhat older than the average player age, especially given the often encyclopaedic knowledge exhibited by high-ranking players of the last 50-80 years of pop culture.
Do others agree with my analysis? (This isn't just an academic issue, since Reed is eventually going to have to pitch Drawception to whichever monolithic dot-com wants to throw lucre at him, and the demographics of his user base will be a major decider in whether the sale of Drawception earns him a new car or his own private island in the Bahamas.)