List of YouTube Poop Memes
- Date Discovered: 2006
- Discovered On: YouTube
As the trend on YouTube of mashing up various videos and splicing audio which would deconstruct and jumble them in awkward places creating a disastrous remix of humor and exploitation of innocent children's cartoons known as YouTube Poop began to advance, they introduced their own set of memes.
YouTube Poop Memes are commonly forced like many other forced memes, though many of the classics tend to be rare finds of exploitable clips from old Saturday morning cartoons or widely panned video games, with nostalgia playing as a key role for those choosing what should be their next YTP. It's common knowledge that YouTube Poopers are teenagers or young college students, which explains why so many of them tend to use shows from the They then become victims of a YTP video and become a meme once they reached enough popularity and used in other YTPs. Below is a list of YouTube Poop memes/mini-memes.
The 10 Minute Challenge, sometimes referred to as X for 10 Minutes is a series of YouTube trend that takes a particular scene from a show or game, usually one that is quite memorable, and loops it for the entirety of the video. Although not entirely a YouTube Poop, it is a common trend and many of the videos include YTP memes. Because YouTube originally had a limit of how long videos could be, the 10 minute loops didn't exist until June 2008, which was when YouTube extended the video limit to 10 minutes. A full two years later in 2010, YouTube again extended the video length limit to 15 minutes, thus creating the X for 15 minutes trend. In early 2011, the clip loopers found a way to extend their video length to a whole 10 hours with many of them reaching millions of views.
The whole trend started off from the infamous looped .gif from the 1998 comedy A Night at the Roxbury where the main characters bob their heads in unison to "What is Love" by Haddaway. These videos would have the looped .gif, quite often with variations by replacing the trio's heads with other characters, and play the entire song or have the chorus looped for as long as possible.
DEUUEAUGH is a popular onomatopoeia as well as a reaction image from Spongebob that has been made popular due to YouTube poops. The scene originates from an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants, the episode "Something Smells". In the episode, SpongeBob acquires rancid breath from a homemade Sundae he made, though unbeknownst to him he is convinced that people are avoiding him like the plague because he is ugly. At a movie theater, SpongeBob warns the others to enjoy the movie and not be distracted by his "horrible ugliness", with the blue fish background character replying that it wouldn't bother him, only to repulsed by SpongeBob's breath and making a humorous face and sound.
Diabeetus is an exploitable meme that came forth from the lips of Wilfred Brimley, and as many other exploitable memes, found its way in the confines of YouTube. Brimley, who is an actor, did several commercial adverts for the company Liberty Mutual, which specialized in home delivery of medical products such as diabetes testing supplies. Brimley himself was diagnosed with diabetes and in 2008 was honored by the American Diabetes Association (ADA) honored Brimley in 2008, which made sense to cast him in the commercials. During almost every commercial, he mispronounces diabetes as "diabeetus" due to his southern accent. There also exists the Diabeetus cat, which bears similar resemblance to Brimley.
There are two types of Falcon Punch memes that are found in YouTube Poops.
- The first, being the original Falcon Punch meme, isn't a YouTube Poop meme but is a common sound bite that can be found on many YouTube Poops. The sound bite comes from the original Super Smash Bros. game for the Nintendo 64, which is Captain Falcon's signature move and is typically played whenever a devastating punch occurs in a video. This includes clips of punching a pregnant woman.
- The second one, being one of the most commonly used YouTube Poops, is a clip from the 2003-2004 anime adaptation of F-Zero, F-Zero: Falcon Densetsu or F-Zero: GP Legend in the English dub, where Captain Falcon executes his signature attack to defeat the villain Black Shadow, finishing him once and for all. Like the former, this clip is also used for punch scenes in YTPs, this one however is more likely to be used as it is more dramatic.
Guile's Theme Goes With Everything
Guile's Theme Goes With Everything is a YouTube Poop meme that uses Guile's theme from the arcade version of Super Street Fighter 2 and plays the song to just about anything, hence the name "Guile's Theme Goes With Everything". The first video that started this trend was uploaded on April 24, 2010 by YouTuber guilethemefitsall, who posted a music video with Guile's theme using scenes from the horrible 1993 movie, Super Mario Bros.
The video started off with the scene where Bob Haskins who stars as Mario falls into the inter-dimensional portal. As Mario falls and spins around, Guile's theme begins to play until the videos end. From this, it was proven that Guile's theme did indeed go with everything, from videos of pooping kittens to loops of an old lady getting ran over by a truck.
Hotel Mario is a CD-i puzzle game developed by Fantasy Factory in 1994 and is notable for being the worst Mario game ever. The game play mainly consisted of closing doors with its horribly unresponsive controls, had full motion cut scenes that looked like they were quickly made in a very old version of Microsoft Paintbrush and the voice acting was also a subject of criticism and mockery. The badly written plot consists of Bowser and his children kidnapping Princess Peach, as usual, hiding her in one of his Koopalings' hotels. Mario and Luigi team up to save the princess by going through the hotels.... and closing doors.
Despite its much needed death after it did horribly with critics, it became immortalized when the cutscenes found their way being uploaded to YouTube. While the game itself isn't a meme in the way that Battletoads is, the game's cutscenes and its abnormal quotes are responsible for making their way to be exploited. Many of those memorable quotes include:
I hope she made lotsa spaghetti!
Looks are deceiving when Koopas are involved!
"A-ha! Here's the problem; too many toasters! You know what they say: All toasters toast toast!
(Mario): Remember, where there's smoke... (Luigi): ...There's fire!
Mama Luigi is a YouTube Poop meme, being one of the more popular subjects of YouTube Poop videos. It is mostly popular for its infamous quote of Luigi addressing himself as "Mama Luigi" and more importantly, the wheeze onomatopoeia at the end of his sentence. Since its rise to popularity, it has spawned mini-memes such as "Or was it the bagel?"
Morbid Krabs, aka MOAR KRABS, is a hideous picture of Mr. Krabs from SpongeBob SquarePants, demanding "MORE" jellyfish, which is a series of Spengbab, the hideous and over-detailed artwork of SpongeBob. The scene originates from the episode Jellyfish Hunter which was first aired in September 28, 2001. Along with Morbid Krabs are Spengbab'd images of Squidward and SpongeBob, which of course are used in YTPs. Commonly, these are used in short, static image videos with the Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 OST "Gentle Breeze" playing in the background.
My Life in X Words
My Life in X Words is a small trend among the YTP community that takes a clip, usually a viral clip, which is supposed to a subject of humor. An example of this would be taking the "It's Over 9000" clip, which would be titled "My Life in 3 Words".
A YouTube user named Stegblob posted a YouTube Poop of various clips from the show and at one point in the video, Dr. Robotnik says "SnooPING AS usual, I see". Considering that a large proportion of YouTube Poop makers are teenagers, they inevitably latched on to the scene due to the fact that "PINGAS" was heavily emphasized, which obviously sounds like "Penis". From this small scene, YouTube Poopers began torrenting the cartoon Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog to find anything as exploitable as "PINGAS". Basically, everything Dr. Robotnik said was exploited by them, creating many memorable mini-memes as Pingas wasn't the only thing that sounded inappropriate for a children's show.
From this, it was acknowledged by many that Dr. Robotnik was the mascot and icon of YouTube Poop.
Sonic Says or Sonic Sez, is another exploitable object from the Saturday morning cartoon, Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog. In the cartoon, they would always end the show with a special segment with advice from Sonic on topics such as avoiding drug use, being a better person, being honest, and of course how to avoid people "touching you in a place or spot that makes you feel uncomfortable". And like anything else from the show, YouTubers would ransack it, trying to find anything they could get to put in their YouTube Poops. Although not as popular as PINGAS or any of the other things Dr. Robotnik says, Sonic Sez will be mostly remembered for its message on sexual harassment.
Stu Makes Chocolate Pudding At 4 AM is an exploitable clip based on the namesake scene from the Nickelodeon cartoon Rugrats. Although the meme originated from YouTube, it also found new life on /v/ as many of the /v/irgins could relate to Stu losing control of his life. The scene originates from episode 46b of the Rugrats, "Angelica Breaks a Leg". Angelica, Stu's spoiled and bratty niece, fakes a leg injury and has her uncle Stu cater to her every need including making chocolate pudding at 4 AM, all to his dismay. While making the pudding, Stu's Jewish wife, DiDi, comes in the kitchen and asks why Stu is making pudding so early in the morning. After the pudding is made, Stu reluctantly delivers it to Angelica with Angelica stating that she no longer wants the pudding, causing Stu to scream at the top of his lungs.
Sparta Remix (THIS IS X) is a set of videos based on the original "Sparta Remix", which is song remixed using the trailer for the 2007 film, 300. The original Sparta Remix was uploaded to AlbinoBlackSheep in February 2007 and uses the scene where King Leonidas is confronted by a Persian messenger who demands the submission of Sparta to King Xerxes. After refusing to take the messenger's advice, the messenger responds saying, "This blasphemy! This is madness!". The king replies "Madness....?" and shouts "THIS. IS. SPARTAAAA!", followed by kicking the messenger down the well and the scene has been spoofed in various media. After the quote became a meme and the original Sparta Remix found its success and began to be used on various YTMND pages, many other remixes followed in suit on YouTube.
THIS VIDEO CONTAINS X
THIS VIDEO CONTAINS is a series of YTPMVs that remixes a random sound bite remixed in tune to the song Gourmet Race from the game Kirby Super Star, though other versions of the song have been used such as Kirby's theme from Super Smash Brothers. The very first of these were “THIS VIDEO CONTAINS WIN”, which contained an image of Dr. Robotnik, with the his "PINGAS" sound bite remixed in tune. Although the video started off mainly with Dr. Robotnik with his other memorable and exploited quotes, other YouTube Memes began to follow, mashing the two to create a separate YTPMV. Expect the majority of these videos to overuse the words "pwn", "epic", "win" or any synonym of the three respectively.
WTFBOOM!' is a 2008 meme that consists of a random video clip in which an unexpected beep is executed and a shout of "WHAT THE FU-" is heard, which gets interrupted by a very loud explosion thus followed by maniacal laughter. The meme was very popular on YouTube where hundreds variations were made by the YouTube Poop community, people on YouTube who upload random videos with bits and cuts edited to create something extremely obscure and random.
X Drops by Squidward's House
X Drops by Squidward’s House, being one of the more recent fads, is a viral clip of Squidward Tentacles screaming due to a random intruder (originally SpongeBob and his friend Patrick), violating his privacy, invaded while he's taking his bubble bath. In YouTube Poops, this fad, which started in October 29,2010, typically begins with Squidward, in the middle of his bubble bath, annoyed by SpongeBob pestering him and interrupting him from "spoiling himself", there a visitor enters in the bathroom uninvited and Squidward, shocked by this intrusion, screams hysterically. Once the original scream sound bite finishes, it is then reversed.
The clip comes from a SpongeBob SquarePants special, episode 63, Have You Seen This Snail?, first airing in November 11, 2005, where SpongeBob looks for his pet snail, Gary, who ran away due to being neglected. With the help of his tubby and dimwitted friend, Patrick, the two look all over for Gary and run into Squidward hoping he knows where the pet has slithered away to. The two enter Squidward's house during his bubble bath, frightened, Squid screams at the top of his lungs by their intrusion.
X in G-Major
To the rest of the world, G Major is just a musical note, but within YouTube, it's a manipulation of audio, making the audio sound rather demonic and evil. In a nutshell, it's a good way of making something more annoying and too loud, which is intended, and becomes ear rape. The videos are also inverted so they can seem more corrupted. Songs that are viral within YouTube or general YTPMVs are commonly remixed in G-Major, though using the G-Major effect is not limited to only songs. These videos are generally made from Sony Vegas (pirated, of course) by duplicating an audio/video clip into multiple copies and changing the pitch of each respective clip exponentially. It's believed that this fad was started in November 24th, 2007 from a video called “Hotel Mario in G Major”.
X While I Play Unfitting Music
Among the many YTP memes, there also exist YTPMV memes. X While I Play Unfitting Music is a YTPMV meme that takes a random clip and, like the name, plays unfitting music to the scene. Examples of this would include playing dramatic music to a clip of someone slowly eating some cereal or playing a comical song to a serious and depressing scene such as a death or a funeral. The meme began in 2007 to a video of Luigi from the cartoon Super Mario World where Luigi is winds a toy to the song "Don't Stop Me Now" by Queen. There also exists "X While I Play Fitting Music", which like the former, is self-explanatory.
YES! YES! is a Youtube Poop meme that originates from the 1995 cartoon Street Fighter where the main antagonist M. Bison watching a video of one of the protagonists, Guile, getting beaten by mutants and gleefully says "This is delicious!" and “YES! YES!”. The scene originates from the episode "The Medium is the Message", the eighth episode of the first season, first aired in December 16, 1995.
You dare not agree with X?!
You dare not agree with X?! is one of the lesser known memes from YouTube and originated from the video fad, Ren Snaps, which is a clip from Ren & Stimpy where Ren imagines life as a real president, once after being promoted as the president of The Stimpy Club due to jealousy. In the dream, Ren is found outraged on the phone that someone disagrees with him, infuriated by this he presses a red button which destroys a part of planet and laughs. The episode that the clip is ripped from, Stimpy's Fan Club, aired on March 24, 1993 while the meme found its way to popularity in 2008.
As for the meme, Ren is replaced with another YTP sensation, and quite often the word "me" in the sentence is replaced with the exploited catchphrase (i.e. Robotnik; "You dare not agree with PINGAS!?")
The Legend of Zelda CD-i games (Link: The Faces of Evil, Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon and Zelda's Adventure) are a series of spin-off LoZ games, and much like the Super Mario CD-i games use the ugly full motion cutscenes, are the worst games in their respective series and are a common object of exploitation on YouTube. Link: The Faces of Evil is the most used for YouTube poops. The latter game has spawned many memes and mini-memes, such as Mah Boi, Morshu who is used for many YTPMVs, or "YOU MUST DIE!", with the dialogue in the game being heavily quoted by YouTube poopers due to how badly scripted they are.