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Koit is a series of songs that are full of Toilet Humor and even Vulgar Humor.From a girl who uses poop for everything, to a talking baby with a foul mouth, to private parts with faces, Squick is the order of the day for this channel. Though there are some non-squicky songs (for example, "Sci-Fi Rocks") those are the exception, not the rule.


Koit provides examples of

  • All Just a Dream: The "poo time machine" song turns out to all just be a dream of Trudy Walker, who's under anaesthesia.
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  • Anthropomorphic Food: Talking jelly and ice cream feature in "Jelly and Ice Cream".
  • Artistic Licence:
    • The guy in "Magnetic Penis" gets a magnetic penis by being hit by lightning. In Real Life, being hit by lightning won't give you a magnetic penis, even if you are a guy with a penis. You're more likely to get burned, or get heart damage.
    • Trudy Walker poops an unrealistic amount for a little girl, or anyone.
    • The song "Wee and Poo" says that, well, wee and poo, were made in a factory and injected into people. As you probably know, that's not the case. note 
  • Attention Whore: The willy in "Sh!t (I'm a Willy)" seems to always want to be looked at.
  • Baby Morph Episode: When the man in "Magical Piss" pees on an old lady, she turns into a baby.
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  • Batman Can Breathe in Space: The man from "Time and Space" can breathe fine in space.
  • Brainy Baby: The baby in "I've Shit Myself" can speak (and swear!).
  • Butt-Monkey: The man in "Magnetic Penis" and Mr Walker are both butt monkeys as the former gets hit in the penis with metal objects and the latter is always the victim of his daughter's poo-related shenanigans.
  • Child Prodigy: The baby in "I've Shit Myself" is able to talk despite being an infant.
  • Chocolate Baby: In "Egg and Sperm", a black baby is born to two white parents.
  • Christmas Episode: "The Christmas Gift", "Dodgy Christmas Presents" and "Decorate Yourself for Christmas".
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Trudy Walker is this. She's obsessed with poop and also seems very oblivious.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: The word "shit" is used a lot in several of the songs.
  • The Diaper Change: In "I've Shit Myself", the baby getting his diaper changed is the main focus.
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  • Dung Fu: Trudy Walker puts poo into her antagonists'...everything.
  • Enfant Terrible: Trudy Walker seems like an innocent little girl but she does really weird, inappropriate stuff with poop. Also the baby in "I've Shit Myself" likes to talk about poop and has a foul mouth.
  • Fartillery: In "My Bum Goes", the man's farts are used to be lit on fire and sometimes they lift him up into the air.
  • Farts on Fire: The "My Bum Goes" man sometimes lights his farts on fire.
  • Fountain of Youth: One old woman becomes a baby upon being peed on by the man from "Magical Piss".
  • Gasshole: The man from "My Bum Goes" farts a lot.
  • Genki Girl: Trudy Walker. Despite being poop-obsessed, she's quite perky and energetic and she's also female.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Trudy Walker has these as her default hairstyle.
  • Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Despite the profane language of the other songs, Trudy Walker never says anything worse than "heck" or "poo".
  • Groin Attack: The dude with the magnetic penis is a frequent victim of this.
  • Gross-Out Show: If it's gross, it will probably be in it.
  • Halloween Episode: "Pumpkins" takes place on Halloween.
  • Hurricane of Euphemisms: Synonyms, but definitely not euphemisms, feature in a list in "Sh!t (I'm a Willy)", with the first word of the song's title being said after every word, the others being "dump", "log", "crap", "poo" and "turd".
  • I Ate WHAT?!: Trudy often implies that she put poo in the food someone is eating.
  • Lab Coat Of Science And Medicine: "Time and Space" features a scientist in a white lab coat. "Egg and Sperm" features a doctor in a lab coat.
  • Lovable Coward: The little girl in "I'm Afraid" is a bit cowardly and mostly means well despite, like the baby, having a potty mouth.
  • Made of Iron: Mad Jim gets injured lots of times, but never dies. Perhaps that's why he doesn't mind: he knows he can't really die.
  • Mad Hatter: Jim from "Mad Jim" self-identifies as "mad".
  • Missing Mom: Mr. Walker is a single parent. Who Trudy's mom is is left ambiguous.
  • Nature Tinkling: The man in "Magical Piss" frequently pees outside. Trudy Walker also poops outside occasionally.
  • Nocturnal Emission: There's a whole song called "Wet Dream".
  • Potty Emergency: The man in "My Willy Won't Go" is having one of these, needing to pee but being prevented from doing so due to his Shy Bladder.
  • Red Shirt: A reference to these is made in "Sci-fi Rocks".
    Star Trek, it's better than Shrek. Don't wear a red shirt or you'll get it in the neck.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: The baby from "I've Shit Myself" and the girl from "I'm Afraid" both use the word "shit" frequently.
  • Shout-Out: "Sci-fi Rocks" references Star Trek, Shrek, Star Wars, and Dr Who. "Space Crew" is also a Star Trek parody.
  • The Shrink: In "The Psychiatrist".
  • Shy Bladder: The man in "My Willy Won't Go" suffers from this.
    I really really try but my bladder's really shy. Don't want anyone to see my little guy.
  • Sperm As People: The song "Egg and Sperm" is about some talking sperm trying to reach an egg.
  • Superheroes Wear Capes: The superheroes in this series (one of which is a butt, but still) all wear capes.
  • Symbol Swearing: One of the songs is called "Sh!t (I'm a Willy)".
  • Talking Poo:
    • A talking piece of poo is featured in "Wee and Poo".
    • In "Wet Dream", a man dreams of a walking poo.
    • One of the monsters in "Monsters" poops a poo with a face.
  • Teeny Weenie: The man in "My Willy Won't Go" refers to said willy as his "little guy", implying that he thinks it's small.
  • Toilet Humor: Most of the songs consist of this.
  • Too Kinky to Torture: Jim from "Mad Jim" likes being hurt and can survive it all.
  • Urine Trouble: Inverted. A dude pees on a dog.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: The last Trudy Walker skit ends with her living on the street. We never know if she is ever rid of her poop thing or if she goes back to living with her father.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: The girl in "I'm Afraid" is afraid of the dark.

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