The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, FANDOM Helpers, Wiki Managers, Content Team Members. You can view and copy the source of this page. ==Poopisms== Certain techniques are usually apparent in every YouTube Poop video. These techniques have been coined as Poopisms. They do not refer to the source material, but how the source material is treated. The techniques are as follows; *Ear Rape: Volume is maxed out and distorted. The intention is generally to annoy. This genre has also appeared in some MLG montage parodies. *Stutter Loop: A short piece of video is looped in order to call attention or emphasize something. **Stutter Loop Plus: A stutter loop with random effects added. **Stutter Loop Minus: A stutter loop with only audio. *Sentence Mixing (sometimes called Word Splicing): Words are cut and rearranged, often to create profanity or entirely new sentences. **Spadinner: A blanket term used to refer to the outdated and overused sources such as ''Super Mario World'' (especially the episode ''Mama Luigi''), ''Hotel Mario'', and ''The Wand of Gamelon''. This technique eventually led to the creation of sentence mixing. *Classic YTPMV: A sample is sequenced to an audio track to vaguely simulate something like “singing.” **YTPMV: Notes in source materials are pitch shifted to replicate music *CDi: The Phillips CD-i is a CD-based console from the '90s. Many of the older sources are derived from this console. **Hotel Mario: A Super Mario Bros. game made for the CDi. Although the gameplay was mediocre at best, what really made the game infamous was the badly-animated cutscenes, the cheesy dialogue, and the hilariously awful voice acting. **The Zelda CDis: Two Zelda games, ''Link: The Faces of Evil'' and ''Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon'', made for the CDi that became infamous for the same reasons as Hotel Mario. **I.M. Meen: A lesser-known CDi game that also became popular among Poopers in the early days of YTP. *MLG Montage: Despite being almost 2 seperate things, MLG is actually an incredibly large subcategory that started from YTP. Return to YouTube Poop. Retrieved from "https://youtube.fandom.com/wiki/YouTube_Poop"