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Toys Gone Wild

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Toys Gone Wild is a seven-minute long poop uploaded to YouTube on October 28, 2007 by Boogidyboo. It consists primarily of manipulated Toy Story footage and makes homages to a variety of memes, both poop-related and otherwise, including the infamous Big Bill Hell's Cars commercial that was watched by Buzz Lightyear.

It was the first YouTube Poop to reach a million views, and with approximately 3,000,000+ views as of March 2010, it is currently the second most-viewed poop of all time, the first is RetardedAnimeParody's "Do I need to repeat myself?". At one point in time, the video Mickey Mouse's Wacky Poophouse Adventure usurped its position, but the video was removed after the creator, shinchanatic, was suspended.


While Boogidyboo continues to make videos to this day, none of them have ever reached a fraction of TGW's popularity. While there has been no official sequel or followup, the video has nearly 200 video responses and several unofficial sequels. It retains a five-star rating with over 18,000 ratings.

Even today, it is regarded by some as one of the finest poops ever made, though opinions are heavily polarized between the general public and the pooping community. Many people (including Boogidyboo himself) say that it has aged poorly, primarily due to a reliance of long-dead Internet memes and gags, such as Hotel Mario-type of stuff and junk.

Several trap videos exist under the disguise of sequels made by certain people.

"Toys Gone Wild" is also the name of an unrelated Transformers YouTube Poop made by guysafari. The man has also done several homages of the original poop, and since the Transformers quite literally are toys, the reference was definitely an intentional pun.


In late 2010, Toys Gone Wild was removed from YouTube due to a copyright claim from Brian Griffin, whoever that is. (Probably a troll, unless someone at Pixar has a really unfortunate name.)

In 2023, Wileyk209zback produced and uploaded a high-definition remaster of the poop, with noticeably improved editing and effects.