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"All caught on camera for your enjoyment" - Said at the beginning of the original video's caption.
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Toys Gone Wild, a YouTube Poop of Disney and Pixar's Toy Story is one of the most famous YouTube Poops on YouTube. It was uploaded by Boogidyboo on October 28, 2007, but was removed due to a copyright claim in 2010. It has been re-uploaded by many other users, however.

Being something of a Trope Codifier to the entire YouTube Poop genre, during its run, it had amassed over 1 million views on YouTube, making it the most viewed YouTube Poop on YouTube at the time, while giving the rise and attention to a Fountain of Memes and tropes often seen in many YouTube Poops to this day.


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  • Big "NO!": Yelled out by Woody in slow motion when he sees a large toolbox about to squash him while in the bed of the Pizza Planet pickup truck, followed by another explosion.
  • Butt-Monkey: Poor Woody get this quite a bit throughout the video, especially given how a number of the explosions that happen throughout the video involve him in particular.
  • Epic Fail: Buzz's first attempt to fly ends this way with him crashing through the floor and the sound of him crashing and breaking things down below.
  • Rapid-Fire Comedy: And how! in fact, one might argue that this helps form the foundation of is humour, along with all of its the surreal humour and shout-outs.
  • Running Gag: a few:
    • Random things blowing up whenever someone does anything seemingly harmless (most of the time).
      • Made even better whenever the epicentre of the explosion syncs up with the object that exploded beforehand!
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    • the cutbacks of Woody punching Buzz in the (Squeaky) face, accompanied by video game sound effects!
  • Shout-Out: Several references to Super Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog and The Legend Of Zelda CDI Games, to name a few.
  • Slow Motion: Done for humorous effect on a few occasions.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: one of the primary Running Gags of the video

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