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Go To The Bathroom Now


Added by Phillip Hamilton • Updated 6 months ago by Zach
Added by Phillip Hamilton • Updated 6 months ago by Zach

Go To The Bathroom Now meme showing the original viral video clip over gameplay from Mafia 3.
Category: Meme Status: Confirmed Year: 2018 Origin: YouTube Region:
Type: Viral Video, Sound Effect,
Tags: go to the bathroom tiktok, bathroom, i can smell you, gaming, gamer moment, tiktok, mafia 3, demetrius, go to the bathroom demetruis, creeperman 90, etaled, v,
Go To The Bathroom Now meme showing the original viral video clip over gameplay from Mafia 3.

Category: Meme Status: Confirmed Year: 2018 Origin: YouTube Region:
Type: Viral Video, Sound Effect,
Tags: go to the bathroom tiktok, bathroom, i can smell you, gaming, gamer moment, tiktok, mafia 3, demetrius, go to the bathroom demetruis, creeperman 90, etaled, v,

About

Go To The Bathroom Now refers to a viral video set to gameplay footage of Mafia III in which a mother yells at her son to "go to the bathroom and take a shit," as he is allegedly defecating in his pants as he's being yelled at. The video was first uploaded to YouTube in 2018, resulting in a number of memes and video edits referencing it over the next three years, as well as becoming a popular original sound on TikTok.

Origin

On January 13th, 2018, YouTuber[1] Etaled posted a video titled, "CRAZY PARENT FLIPS OUT AT SON / TELL HIM TO GO TO THE BATHROOM" (shown below). The video depicts an argument between a mother and son (named Demetrius), with the mother repeatedly screaming at her son to go to the bathroom as he defecates in his own pants and continually refuses. Farting noises can notably be heard in the background throughout. The upload is currently unlisted. The video was originally uploaded to Etaled's alternate channel "creeperman 90" before being removed.



The description for the video claims that the person defecating themself is not the uploader and that the uploader simply recorded the encounter, but this is highly debated. Other uploads by Etaled reveal that the uploader has an extremely similar voice to the one in the "Go to the bathroom" video. Additionally, the game being played is Mafia III, a single-player game, making it unlikely the recording is of someone else. The most convincing evidence of Etaled being Demetrius is a clip uploaded to Etaled's alternate channel "creeperman 90" in 2016, predating the viral "bathroom" video, in which his mother quickly yells at him "Go to the bathroom, Demetrius!" as he's gaming, eliciting a similar response and suggesting this is an ongoing problem (shown below, timestamp 2:32).



Spread

On June 3rd, 2019, Redditor u/iammrpositive shared the video to /r/cringetopia,[2] garnering over 27,100 upvotes in two years. On August 14th, YouTuber[3] gmclucy reposted it, garnering over a million views in a comparable span of time.

In September, Vinesauce Vinny referenced the video while playing Super Mario Bros. 2, reimagining it as an interaction between Mario and Luigi. On October 5th, the clip was uploaded as part of the "Best of September 2019" compilation, garnering over 395,000 views in two years (shown below).



On November 19th, website Ganker[6] published an article about the piece titled, "mom rages on livestreaming son having a smelly gamer moment."

On November 24th, YouTuber[4] Jasonafex posted an original animation visualizing the sound, garnering over 80,000 views in two years (shown below, left). On January 4th, 2020, YouTuber[5] Hobo Hobo posted an animated version of the Vinesauce clip, garnering over 3.4 million views in a year (shown below, right).



On November 27th, TikToker[7] @hushhush2134 shared the video set to Fortnite footage, garnering over 7 million views in six months. The video inspired a number of TikTokers to use the sound, often simply placing it over other gaming footage (examples shown below).


https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/6914157771864820993
https://www.tiktok.com/embed/v2/6900212413161819397

On May 21st, 2021, YouTuber[8] Memes By Cowbelly posted a Think, Mark edit using the sound, garnering over 26,700 likes in four days (shown below).



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