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Skibidi Toilet is a series of Source Filmmaker videos by YouTuber DaFuq!?Boom! featuring a remix of "Promiscuous" by Nelly Furtado and "Dom Dom Yes Yes" by Biser King in which an army of toilets with men's heads coming out of them are shown singing the song in various settings. The series follows a plot about the Skibidi Toilets taking over the world and men with cameras for heads known as CameraHeads fighting against them. The first episode was uploaded as a YouTube Short in February 2023 and inspired 24 more episodes over the following months, each gaining tens of millions of views.
On February 7th, 2023, YouTuber DaFuq!?Boom! posted a video set to a remix of "Permiscuous" and "Dom Dom Yes Yes" titled "skibidi toilet" where the camera tracks over to a toilet and a man's head pops out of it and starts singing the lyrics to "Dom Dom Yes Yes." The video gained over 37 million views in three months. The YouTuber uploaded three more episodes between then and March 11th, the third depicting multiplied "skibidi toilets" and one giant one marching through the streets of a city as if taking over and the fifth depicting flying skibidi toilets and military vehicles going to take them on. On March 29th, the YouTuber uploaded a compilation of the first five episodes, dubbed the "first season," garnering over 38 million views in two months (shown below).
Seasons 2 and 3
DaFuq!?Boom! continued the series over the following months. Between March 30th, 2023 and April 18th, he uploaded episodes six, seven and eight, the eighth episode showing the skibidi toilets about to go to war with a group of cameraheads. On April 19th, the YouTuber uploaded a compilation of the episodes, deemed "season 2," garnering over 57 million views in a month (shown below).
Episodes nine, 10 and 11 were uploaded between April 25th and April 29th, showing the skibidi toilets increasing in power and winning the war. On April 29th, the YouTuber uploaded a compilation of the episodes deemed "season 3," garnering over 108 million views in three weeks (shown below, right).
Between May 1st and May 3rd, season 4, comprised of episodes 12, 13 and 14, were uploaded to YouTube, with a full season compilation uploaded on May 4th, garnering over 61 million views in two weeks (shown below). These episodes depict the ongoing, increasingly violent war between the cameraheads and the skibidi toilets.
Seasons 5 and 6
Episodes 15 through 17 were uploaded to YouTube between May 5th and 7th, depicting the efforts of the camera heads to take down the skibidi toilets. The season 5 compilation was uploaded on May 8th, garnering over 41 million views in 10 days (shown below, left). Episodes 18 through 20 were uploaded to YouTube between May 9th and May 11th, the full season 6 compilation uploaded on May 12th, garnering over 67 million views in a week (shown below, right).
Season 7 and 8
Between May 13th and 15th, the YouTuber uploaded episodes 21 to 23, depicting the cameraheads defending themselves against the skibidi toilets. The season 7 compilation was uploaded on May 16th, garnering over 24 million views in two days (shown below).
On May 17th and 18th, the YouTuber uploaded two more episodes of the series, garnering over 23 million and 3 million views respectively in two days (shown below, left and right).
On May 19th, the YouTuber posted episode 26 of Skibidi Toilet, garnering over 1.4 million views in under four hours. On May 20th, the YouTuber posted the full season 8 collection, garnering over 37 million views in six days (shown below).
On May 24th, the YouTuber released a compilation video of all season 9 episodes, which were uploaded between May 21st to 23rd, garnering over 12 million views in two days (shown below).
Online Presence / Impact
As the series became increasingly popular, people began making fan content and videos about the skibidi toilets. For example, on May 6th, YouTuber FANTOM Pro posted a video referencing the series that gained over 28 million views in two weeks (shown below, left). On May 17th, YouTuber BigSchool posted a video referencing the series, garnering over 4.9 million views in a day (shown below, right).
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