The Origin of Skibidi Toilet, Viral on YouTube, Popular with Tech Kids – 16 hours ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The origins of the Skibidi Toilet are still widely discussed. Because, this human head toilet content went viral on YouTube and has many pros and cons considering that the audience is mostly children.

The appearance feels scary, the storyline and strange acts of violence are one of the highlights of the Skibidi Toilet animation.

As of the time this article was written, Friday (17/11/2023), the YouTube channel of the creator of Skibidi Toilet, DaFuq!?Boom!, has released 67 episodes, where each story consists of several short parts, an average of 1 minute.

The Origin of the Skibidi Toilet

Skibidi Toilet debuted on DaFuq!?Boom’s YouTube channel in February 2023. Since then, the series has become so popular that a dedicated Wiki has been created to keep track of it all.

Additionally, DaFuq!?Boom, which once averaged four to five million views a month, now gets around three billion views.

These videos took quite a long time to edit and create, despite using ready-made assets from Half-Life 2 and Counter-Strike: Source.

Quote Game RantEvery episode of Skibidi Toilet is made with a combination of Garry’s Mod and Source Filmmaker.

All videos show the man’s head grinning, disturbing, and able to spin when stuck in the toilet. The first season featured a version of Skibidi Toilet causing chaos in public while singing a soundbite of Biser King’s “Dom Dom Yes Yes”.

At first, this short video seems to have no plot, but by the third episode there is some kind of battle taking place. If you are interested enough to watch up to the 10th episode, the storyline of this content becomes quite clear.

Many of the videos show the toilet workers, nicknamed Toilet Skibidi, battling humanoid-looking creatures with cameras for heads.

Similar to the Titan in Attack on Titan, Skibidi Toilet’s weak point is at the nape of the neck. In some episodes, the Cameraman can flush and watch as the head in the toilet disappears.

Some people call him the “Alpha Gen Slender Man”, referring to the supernatural creature originating from old internet memes creepypasta.

Skibidi Toilet doesn’t stop at YouTube, as imaginative creators have taken the initiative to put toilet guys into wacky scenarios like talking to YouTuber MrBeast or running around on a Minecraft server.

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