It's A Box Of X / You Can't Put X In A Box

It's A Box Of X / You Can't Put X In A Box

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It's A Box Of X, also known as You Can't Put X In A Box is an exploitable scene from an episode of The Backyardigans. Online, the scene has been parodied in various remixes that replace the contents of the box with different sound effects.


The scene comes from the 32nd episode of The Backyardigans, which first aired on March 20th, 2007, and is titled Movers of Arabia.[1] In the episode, Pablo and Uniqua are tasked with moving Tyrone's treasures to his new palace. Along the way, they hit a bump which causes some of Tyrone's items to fall out of the back of the truck. Pablo and Uniqua investigate a box that falls out of the truck, which Pablo opens only to be blown away by a gust of wind. Uniqua asks what was inside the box, to which Pablo replies "A box of wind". Uniqua, who doesn't believe Pablo's reply, goes to open the box herself which blows her back with another gust of wind (shown below).


The scene started being used as an exploitable in February of 2022. On February 20th, 2022, Memeson posted a video to YouTube[2] which replaces the wind sounds with AUUGHHH (shown below, left), receiving over 72,000 views over three months. On the same day, Reset64 posted a video to YouTube[3] which replaces the wind sound with music samples from NOMA – Brain Power (shown below, right) which received over 82,000 views.

Also on February 20th, ChandelureBoi posted an edit of the video to YouTube which replaces the wind sound with the animatronic scream from Five Nights at Freddy's (shown below, left), receiving over 296,000 views.[4] On February 22nd, 2022, Eddie posted an edit of the video to YouTube which replaces the wind sound with a flashbang grenade effect (shown below, right), receiving over 501,000 views over three months.[5]

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