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RobotnikIsm.png This article describes a recognised Poopism: a method of video editing that has been used by a number of poopers.

"Dinner Spaghetti" (also known as Spadinner) is a term popularized by Stuart Kay Reilly, used to describe the lowest quality YouTube Poop. A "Dinner Spaghetti" poop refers to an unfunny poop, with little to no production value, and an over reliance on overused sources such as Hotel Mario, Mama Luigi, Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda: The Wand of Gamelon. It is so named for the tendency of these videos to use overused jokes such as "dinner" and "spaghetti".

The term can be compared to AIDS, a (dead) term coined by Conrad Slater during the Boomer period.


Poops similar to this style were used by many poopers in 2007, including some of the boomers who are still around and relevant today. However, since YouTube Poop became really popular during this time, it was only natural that viewers would go, "Ha ha! Spaghetti! Dinner! That's funny! I should make one of my own!" Alas, many did. Though it is rare for professional and seasoned YouChewPoop veterans to make poops of this caliber, they still exist today thanks to new poopers oblivious to how the community has evolved.


Though poops like this were fresh and funny in the young days of poop, they soon became grating and are looked down on in the present. Posting a spadinner poop on the forums or having a username reminiscent of the time period will generally result in either pity or harsh criticism, frequently tarnishing this new user's reputation with lasting effects. Making "spadinner" poops is strongly recommended against, unless in jest where the poop is "so bad it's funny". Those are awesome.

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