Welcome to the Cum Zone

Welcome to the Cum Zone

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Updated Jan 25, 2021 at 04:50PM EST by Matt.

Added Nov 21, 2019 at 11:44AM EST by Adam.

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Welcome to the Cum Zone is a song that features a string of vulgar puns related to male ejaculate. The song would go on to inspire several parodies and animations, as well as a popular EDM-remix.


On August 11th, 2014, Soundcloud user Dark Spider uploaded a track in which a voiceover actor reads a series of vulgar puns related to "cum" over ambient music (mirror below).[1] In the description of the video, Dark Spider says that they paid a voiceover actor to read a list of their friend's Steam account names over a 3 month period. The song in the background is "She hid behind her veil" by Pussygutt.


The song uploaded to YouTube on April 5th, 2016 by YouTuber metalheadsunite1 under the title, "(ASMR) Welcome to the Cum Zone," gaining over 75,000 views (shown below, left). On January 15th, 2018, YouTuber OblivionFall After Dark posted a video titled "Welcome to the Cum Zone [Official Video]" which set the words to the song "Flamingo" by Infected Mushroom. The video's animation uses stills of hentai ahegao faces while the lyrics play on screen. The video gained over 1.6 million views in nearly two years (shown below, right).

The OblivionFall After Dark spread in parodies and animations. On September 1st, 2019, YouTuber Camofrog posted a clip of Invader Zim set to the song, gaining over 76,000 views before being deleted. On October 8th, YouTuber Todothecatwarrior posted a clip from Regular Show that used the clip, gaining over 19,000 views (shown below, right).

On December 26th, 2019, YouTuber worms3401 gaming published the video "Welcome to the cum zone." The post received more than 377,000 views in less than one year (shown below).

YouTuber OblivionFall After Dark also made a sequel song, "Heir To The Cum Throne," based on a sequel track Dark Spider commissioned that was less popular than his first.[2]

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[1] Soundcloud – Voiceover Post MK 1 Origins

[2] Soundcloud – Voiceover Post MK 2

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