Series of funny videos on the internet, they use sudden loud yet hilarious sounds and images, repetition and some offensive topics. They rely solely on editing a tv show or movie from its original state to make it more random or stupid, and therefore, more funny.
Hey squidward did you hea-
"THE BLOOD OF SATAN MOTHERFUCKER!"

"Random dubstep starts playing"

Guy: so that's a Youtube Poop...
by Dr. John Swagger Smith February 09, 2014
Editing of cartoons to make it be random and funny. Spongebob and King of the Hill appear to be pooped the most. Luigi and Mario are the mascots.
1. lets watch some poop!
2. YouTubeDOTcom/watch?v=3MnrAw8Icfs
3. wow only on Youtube Poop
by SnoBandit February 12, 2011
A collection of bizzare videos mixed with random s*** such as slow motion and repeating frames.
by pwnage.exe August 19, 2009
A YouTube Poop, or YTP, is a mix of media (most commonly video) to generate a video that either stuns, annoys, or entertains its audience. Contrary to popular belief, YTP is not limited to Zelda and Mario cartoons, Over 9000, or Sonic cartoons, but it can be a mix of anything; material is unlimited.

The definition of YouTube Poop and the style is always being altered, and viewers of it have different reactions. To some, YTP is an art, and to others, it is worthless and pointless, with no reason to exist.

The first YouTube Poop, "I'D SAY HE'S HOT ON OUR TAIL" by SuperYoshi, was created in 2004, using Super Mario Bros. 3, and since then, YTP has evolved into a community of more than 200 poopers.
Founders of YouTube Poop:
SuperYoshi
1upclock
Tetsuo9999
JingWu
KingNecroPope
Yaminomalex
RetroJape
DukeOfFortuneMan

Examples of renowned poops:
"I'D SAY HE'S HOT ON OUR TAIL"
"Robotnik's Sexy Suspender Striptease"
"ROBOTNIK WANTS KFC"
"Chain Poop"
"Poopers Unite!"

Examples of renowned poopers:
conradslater
Deepercutt
SuperYoshi
Stegblob
by Calculate900 February 05, 2008

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