We’ve had gender reveal lasagnes, a hippo helping with a gender reveal and one which sparked a wildfire causing £6 million worth of damage.
But it turns out we hadn’t seen anything until today.
A comedian has recently made her own parody gender reveal video in which she uses a bodily function to inform viewers of the baby news.
Paige Ginn, who is known for making videos of herself ‘fake falling over in public’ has shared a clip in which she lies on the floor half naked, concentrating intensely for a few seconds, before releasing a fart – and a cloud of blue smoke along with it.
The clip then cuts to three women who are incredibly excited by the fact that it’s a baby boy.
The video, which has been viewed on Facebook more than 17 million times, was also uploaded to her Instagram , Twitter and YouTube accounts, where it has garnered thousands of comments and likes.
Ginn captioned the footage “gender reveal”, later adding that “all future gender reveals are cancelled”.
It is not clear whether she, or anyone else in the video is actually pregnant.
Viewers had mixed responses to the whole thing, with some people finding it hilarious and others being “grossed out”.
One person said: “Cannot stop watching or laughing.”
Another commented: “It was funny at first… but now I’m grossed out.”
“I hope this is a video was made to poke fun at all the over the top gender reveal parties!!!! If not this is disturbing,” proclaimed a third.
Someone else was very unimpressed with the reveal, they wrote: “I honestly I think there’s nothing funny about this video. People are desperate and have no self respect theses days. They’ll do anything to get views and attention on Facebook.”
However one woman disagreed and thought it was “the best gender reveal ever”.
Whether or not you’re amused by the video, it’s worth taking a moment to remember that it’s really not a good idea to insert foreign objects into your bum – or any other part of the body for that matter – as it can lead to infections or irritations.
Doctors have recently been warning women against inserting all sorts of items into their vagina – including, chocolate, garlic and ice lollies.
Dr Sarah Welsh, the co-founder of HANX condom brand, said: “The vagina is composed of very delicate and sensitive skin, hence things that may seem innocent to other areas of the body, if they come in contact with the vagina, can cause infections, irritations and damage.”