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Hey Check Out How Hard I Can Pee refers to a four-panel webcomic in which one stick figure demonstrates its urinating skills to another. Starting in October 2018, the webcomic and the urinating stick figure from it gained popularity as exploitables.


Origin

On December 31st, 2014, Tumblr <13><14> user aaaaa42c posted a four-panel MS Paint webcomic in which one sticky figure demonstrates another one its urinating skills." The post received more than 143,000 notes in five years (shown below).

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Before January 3rd, 2015, now-deleted Facebook page TehInkredblHlk posted the image.<1> On January 3rd, 2015, Funnyjunk user handsomekevin reposted the image to the site, where it gained over 1,800 points in five years.<2>

In the following years, the image has been multiple times reposted on Facebook, Reddit and other online platforms.<3>

On February 16th, 2015, YouTube user collaxite posted an animated version of the meme which gained over 17,600 views in five years (shown below, left).<4> On October 28th, 2015, YouTube user noodle made another animation based on the comic (shown below, right).<5> The video received over 97,200 views in four years.


On August 1st, 2017, Redditor tezoch posted the first known edit of the image to /r/me_irl subreddit, with the post gaining 8 upvotes in six months (shown below, left).<6> On January 18th, 2018, an anonymous 4chan user posted an edit of the image in a Nintendo Labo thread on /v/ board (shown below, right).<7>

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On June 13, 2018, Redditor wild-wild-west posted the image to /r/comedyheaven subreddit, where it gained over 12,300 upvotes in six months.<8> On June 14th, 2018, Redditor Sachyriel posted an edit of the image referencing Loss webcomic to /r/coaxedintoasnafu subreddit (shown below), gaining over 1,400 upvotes in the same period.

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Starting in October 2018, the webcomic gained further popularity as an exploitable, with notable posts made by Twitter user
nyasshole<10> and Redditor Hachipz<11> (shown below, left and right). On November 30th, 2019, Instagram user salad.snake reposted the original webcomic, with the post gaining over 19,600 likes in seven months.<12>