"Stuck Inside" Skeleton Verses

"Stuck Inside" Skeleton Verses

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"Stuck Inside" Skeleton Verses are musical verses added to the Five Nights at Freddy's fan song "Stuck Inside" sung as if by skeletons of various colors and bone materials. The original meme, the "Stuck Inside" green skeleton verse, was posted to X (Twitter) in mid-January 2024 and went viral, inspiring new variations on X and YouTube over the following weeks.

Origin

On December 8th, 2023, YouTuber[1] Black Gryph0n published a music video for a FNAF fan song by himself, CG5, The Living Tombstone, Baasik and Kevin Foster titled "Stuck Inside," garnering over 4.7 million views in a month (shown below).



On January 12th, X[2] user @Bravvyy_2 posted an edit of part of the song in which a verse sung by a green skeleton is added, writing, "stuck inside green skeleton verse," garnering over 21,000 likes in two weeks (shown below).

I am very green, but I'm mean,
Made of calcium, my bones are nice and clean,
Fresh you see, now I'm coming to destroy you and your father and your daughter,
I am going to e-e-e-end your life and kill your wife,
3-2-1

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The X post inspired numerous quote-reposts as it went viral, offering new variations on the original. On January 14th, 2024, X[3] user @Cyborgcoolrobot posted a version titled "Stuck inside red skeleton verse," garnering over 4,800 likes in 10 days (shown below). On January 15th, X[4] user @wrathstetic posted a "stuck inside brown skeleton verse" version of the meme, garnering over 4,400 likes in nine days.

On January 16th, YouTuber[5] JakeTheDrake Two09 posted a version of the meme about a wall skeleton, garnering over 100,000 views in eight days (shown below, left). On January 19th, YouTuber[6] i microwave fish at work posted a video compiling over 15 different versions of the meme, linking each in the description, garnering over 65,000 views in five days (shown below, right).



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