In "How To End World Hunger," as Mr. Basic puts two eggs in an envelope addressed to "Africa" and smashes them.
In "How To Perform Open Heart Surgery", with a Facebook post claiming that he'd donate money to pay for the teddy bear's heart surgery in exchange for likes, comments, and shares (as an Affectionate Parody of similar viral "donation drive" posts; "1 Share = $10 worth of eggs Donation.")
Artifact Title: The original videos were instructional videos of extremely basic concepts.
Ascended Meme: The "People in Africa could have eaten _______" line, which was constantly mentioned by disgruntled viewers in nearly every video, was parodied in "How To End World Hunger".
Butt Monkey: The crying doll, which is abused in every episode it appears in. Among other things, it's been kicked in the face while sitting in a toilet bowl, had eggs, cake and baby food smeared all over it, and had a whole egg shoved up into its body.
Call Back: In "How to Masturbate", we finally get to see what "Eggy Sluts 5" (the aforementioned freeze frame gag in "How to Install GTA V") consists of.
Camera Abuse: Whenever Mr. Basic gets out of control, expect some of his mess to end up in the lens.
Early-Installment Weirdness: The earliest clips on the channel are straight-up instructional videos, where Mr. Basic performs a single step demonstrating how simple things (like closing doors and picking up an umbrella) work. No eggs are used and nothing is smashed. It isn't until "How to Make a Birthday Cake" that he smashes something - a cupcake - for the first time, and the early videos don't involve the "egg smashing" gag.
Hair-Trigger Temper: Most videos have Mr. Basic frantically throw food, smash eggs, flush objects down the toilet or give it the finger when it becomes clear that whatever he was trying to make isn't working out.
Hard Cut: Happens several times, notably in "How to Crack Open a Coconut" when Mr. Basic slamming the side of his palm into the coconut instantly cuts to his hand smashing into an exposed watermelon.
Men Can't Keep House: Averted - the house is always spot-clean by the beginning of the next episode.
Meta Twist: The video on how to add milk to your coffee has an egg on-screen for the entire video, but he doesn't smash it. He smashes a tomato, instead.
Naked People Are Funny: While not confirmed, Mr. Basic seems to be naked or at least only wearing briefs, since the camera has seen up to his upper leg, which isn't clothed at all.
In "How to Walk at Night Time" he was seen to wear shorts, although that may just be in public, or he may have abandoned them along side his sanity.
Once an Episode: Eggs being broken get involved in some way, to almost drinking game levels.
Pet the Dog: Done frequently, especially when Mr. Basic's antics go over-the-top.
In "How to Quickly Stop a Crying Baby", after breaking eggs on a doll's body, shoving another egg into a slot between its legs and basting its face with egg yolk, Mr. Basic gently caresses the doll's face.
In "How to Crack Open a Coconut", after kicking the doll against the wall of a shed, Mr. Basic walks over to a severed mannequin head laying in a bush, says "Shhh..." and leaves an egg behind. Then he comes back at the end of the video, gives the mannequin head the finger and takes the egg back.
Poor Man's Porn: "How to Install iOS 7" and "How to Install GTA V" (among others) show that Mr. Basic has a bizarre obsession with egg-based porn.
And then we finally get to see "Eggy Sluts 5"; how he gets off is, well, a little bizarre.
Powder Trail: Mr. Basic tries to do this to a stuffed Pikachu he caught... with milk. He quickly gets fed up and just throws it into the trash.
Inverted in "How To Make A Fruit Salad" - after pulverizing numerous fruits, he lays an egg in the middle of the pulverized watermelon on top, and does nothing with it.
He also has a fascination with sticking things into a toilet for some reason.
Comments will inexplicably include discussions about how the food he "wasted" could be sent to starving kids in Africa.
Shamu Fu: Completes the recipes for sushi and tuna sandwiches.
Spin-Off: PossiblyBestWerldRecords, which supposedly features world record attempts by a voiceless (aside from heavy breathing) man, that ultimately end up failing spectacularly. There's speculation they might be the same person (given the similar style and the fact they're both Aussies). "Most Bricks Counted Ever" almost feels like it could easily be re-titled "How to properly count bricks", given how it quickly it diverges into food-based violence.
Take That, Audience!: "How To Get 1,000,000 Subscribers" has Mr. Basic smash a good 50 eggs or so before walking into his bathroom, stopping just before he gets to a mirror and giving a finger to the audience.
Time and Relative Dimensions in Space: In the aptly-named "How to Teleport", Mr. Basic goes through Random Teleportation whenever he drops an egg onto the floor. The resulting transport takes him to various locations throughout his house, then to an aisle in the middle of a supermarket before returning back home.
The doll, which has survived more abuse (including getting thrown headfirst at the wall of a shed multiple times) than almost anything else on the show.
The blender, which still keeps working despite Mr. Basic throwing in all manner of food/objects that would normally break the rotors (including an entire block of butter, dog food and much more).
The toilet, and by extension the drainage system, which seems to be able to handle very heavy loads. It is a surprise to many that it hasn't exploded yet.
Up to Eleven: "How To Cook Eggs" takes the aforementioned running gag and exaggerates it. Amusingly, a later episode ("How To Wash Your Hair") shows that Mr. Basic is quite capable of cooking a simple omelet... which he promptly throws onto a mannequin head laying in a bathtub.
Visual Pun: In "How to Masturbate", everything he "does" are literal puns of various slang terms for the act (i.e. tossing a salad, beating a slab of meat, flicking a bean, and choking a rubber chicken.
The Voiceless: There is never narration, and there are only momentary occasions where his voice is heard.