Somebody Toucha My Spaghet


What does Somebody Toucha My Spaghet mean?

Somebody toucha my spaghet refers to a memorable quote from the of the 1939 cartoon, The Three Bears, which spawned numerous parodies and remixes.

The line can be heard from Papa Bear, the Bearer of Bad News, said in a thick Italian accent, upon discovering that his dinner was devoured.


What's the origin of Somebody Toucha My Spaghet?

The Terry Toons cartoon, titled The Three Bears was first aired on February 10th, 1939.

It is an animated adaptation of the original Goldilocks and the Three Bears fairy tale, with a few minor changes, including the Thicc Italian accent of the bears, which birthed the iconic line “Somebody toucha my spaghet”.

The cartoon was first uploaded to YouTube by Terry Toons on February 7th, 2015.

Spread & Usage

How did Somebody Toucha My Spaghet spread?

“Somebody toucha my spaghet” was made a meme on December 25th, 2017, when the clip of the scene was shared on Twitter by @finnaspertia.

The tweet gained a significant amount of likes and retweets and the video was shared on YouTube by Darkcode on December 27th.

Within the next month, the meme had received a significant amount of attention, with several parodies emerging on YouTube and song remixes on Soundcloud.

“Somebody toucha my spaghet” however was not long lived, as its virality started to decline rapidly in March 2018.

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