Normally, when we think of being part of the 1% we imagine living in a golden palace, and taking a private jet to lunch. While it's a qualifier often used to reference the small number of people who hoard the majority of the world's wealth, there are plenty of other ways to be in the 1%.
For instance, people who have rare diseases, deeply unusual family arrangements, or incredibly niche interests might also be part of a 1% slice of the population.
Bone density! I had a DEXA scan a couple years ago, apparently have super dense bones.
I think I must have been in a small percentage with being Asian and playing the bagpipes.
1% who clean the communal dryer lint traps directly after the cycle ends.
Living in the UK, apparently on 0.87% of people live here.
Even less. I'm 0.3% of people for being born on March 26th.