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Look Under There Meme, Jokes, and More

The “Look Under There” meme has been used since 2000.

It’s popular in school where kids use it to prank their friends and teachers.

The first “Look Under There!” definition on the Urban Dictionary website was posted in 2004.

Here’s the definition, “Something you say to distract a person and make them say underwear”.

The origin of the meme is unknown, but it was popularized after a song called “Pinch Me” was released.

In this article, you’ll learn what the Look Under There meme is about, jokes like it, and examples of videos.

Look Under There meme

Look Under There meme

The Look Under There meme is about making someone say underwear without them knowing.

It’s frequently used in schools by kids who want to prank their friends or teachers.

A person tells the other person, “Look Under There”, hoping them to say, “under where?”.

If the victim says “under where?”, the person will respond with, “haha, I made you say underwear”.

In 2006, a song called “Pinch Me” was released which includes the “Look Under There” joke.

Here are the lyrics that contain the joke, “I could hide out under there. I just made you say ‘underwear'”.

The music video has over 400k views on YouTube.

The Look Under There meme is similar to jokes like “Joe Mama”, “Guess what?”, and “Spell ICUP”.

On TikTok, the meme has a twist to it—by utilizing dark humor.

Videos will start off with a person saying the Look Under There joke to their victim.

However, the victim will take revenge on the person at the end of the video.

In 2019, a Redditor posted a meme of the joke and included a photo of a man saying, “You fool, you fell victim to one of the classic blunders”.

Jokes like Look Under There

  • Guess what? Chicken Butt.
  • It smells like Updog. What’s updog?
  • Spell ICUP. I-C-U-P.
  • Who’s Joe? Joe Mama.
  • Ligma. Ligma Balls.
  • Slap me five. Up high. Down low. *Pulls hand away*. Too slow.
  • It smells like Upsexy. What’s upsexy?

The list above contains other variations of the “Look Under There” joke.

Many of these jokes utilize wordplay to trick the other person into saying something that they will regret.

Examples of Look Under There videos

At one point, the Look Under There joke was trending on TikTok.

However, the videos that utilized the joke had a twist.

The most popular Look Under There video on TikTok is about “Eleven”, a character from Stranger Things saying “Look Under There” to her “papa”.

At the end of the video, her “papa” instructed security to drag her into solitary confinement.

The video was viewed over 12 million times and received over 2.5 million likes.

Another TikTok video by @janayasserjy is about a white cat telling her the “Look Under There” joke.

At the end of the video, there’s a picture of a white rug.

Like other videos utilizing the joke, the victim of the joke always gets their revenge.

A TikTok video by @him_so_certified is about a guy saying “Look Under There” to a dog.

At the end of the video, the dog chases and knocks him over.

The video has over 200k views and received more than 75k likes.

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