Skibidi Toilet is the viral phenomenon of the moment on both YouTube and TikTok, showing us the progress of the war between people with toilet heads and another group of people with security camera heads.
What is Skibidi Toilet? Toilet-headed singers are the viral phenomenon of YouTube and TikTok.
Skibidi Toilet is a series of YouTube shorts that have been published on the DaFuq!?Boom! channel since February 2023. However, they only went viral a few months later, both on YouTube itself and on TikTok. There are several reasons for this: the absurdity of the proposal, the unexpected depth, and the surrealism without limits. Let’s start at the beginning, with the first short film in this series. It’s about a person whose head is in a toilet “singing” a remix of the songs “Give It To Me” by Timbaland and “Dom Dom Yes Yes” by Biser King. The videos usually have in common that they end with a jump scare.
These Skibidi Toilets gradually invade a town, and the townspeople are powerless to stop them. However, the toilet heads have one obvious weakness: flushing.
This series has progressed to over sixty chapters by the time we publish this news. As we move forward, chapter by chapter, we see the plot evolving at a breakneck pace to show us the all-out war between the Skibidi Toilets (humans with toilet heads) and another group of humans whose heads are electronic devices such as surveillance cameras, monitors, and speakers.
As the conflict progresses, we see not only interrogations, covert sabotage, and all sorts of war machinery on both sides. At one point, there are even kaiju battles in the form of giant Skibidi toilets shooting lightning out of their eyes and other camera heads of the same size not hesitating to confront the giant toilet heads.
These videos were created using Source Filmmaker, a program from Valve that uses the Source engine to create short 3D animated videos using assets from video games such as Half-Life 2, also from Valve. Alexey Greasimov is the man behind the YouTube channel DaFuq!?Boom! He is a self-taught artist who created these videos with Source Filmmaker without any prior study or knowledge of the program, learning as he went. His YouTube channel has more than 32 million subscribers and his videos have been viewed more than 12,000,000,000,000 times. That’s right, more than 12 trillion views.