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This article is silly. Coming from a source other than the computer games, trading card game, novels, RPG, or manga, its content is not part of official Warcraft lore, but nevertheless has become part of the culture belonging to the World of Warcraft community.


Spiffworld is a YouTube phenomenon, very well known for his videos of World of Warcraft based on Jonathan Coulton and Paul & Storm songs. His highest viewed video, Jonathan Coulton's "Code Monkey" has recieved more than 4,000,000 views.

Mike "Spiff" Booth

Mike Booth (often known as Spiff) started creating World of Warcraft videos around Jonathan Coulton songs in May 2006, with his first being re: Your Brains by Jonathan Coulton. Mike works for Microsoft and is a huge fan of JoCo. He has been to a few of his concerts, including JoCo's "Best. Concert. Ever." where footage of him was seen of him talking to Jonathan Coulton. He can also be seen in the front row with an orange shirt. Each time he uploads a video of Jonathan Coulton's songs, Jonathan himself uploads the link to his Twitter, as he finds them outstandingly great. As the years have passed, Mike's videos have got better and better in detail and quality. What started as something simple has turned into a YouTube sensation.


In November 2009, Spiff stroke a deal with Machinima, which allows him to upload his videos onto the Machinima YouTube, and his own YouTube.


Million Views Videos

List of Million Views Videos.

These are a list of videos which have recieved over a million views on YouTube. Currently, the only three videos which have received over a million are:

  • Code Monkey (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 4,500,000
  • re: Your Brains (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 23,100,000
  • Future Soon (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 1,100,000

Hundred-Thousand Views Videos

These are a list of videos which have received between 100,000-999,999 views on YouTube. Currently, 18 of Spiff's videos have received over 100,000 views:

  • Just As Long As Me (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 490,000
  • Creepy Doll (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 851,000
  • Skullcrusher Mountain (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 952,000
  • Podsafe Christmas Song (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 588,000
  • Speed Monkey/Code Monkey Sped Up (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 533,000
  • Betty and Me (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 771,000
  • I Feel Fantastic (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 981,000
  • The Big Boom (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 756,000
  • Chiron Beta Prime (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 425,000
  • Mr. Fancy Pants (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 510,000
  • Flickr (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 178,000
  • Bacteria (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 270,000
  • Live (Paul and Storm song) - Over 173,000
  • The Captain's Wife's Lament (Paul and Storm song) - Over 437,000
  • Shop Vac (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 210,000
  • Tom Cruise Crazy (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 334,000
  • Cruel, Cruel Moon (Paul and Storm song) - Over 238,000
  • Dance, Soterios Johnson, Dance (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 142,000

Thousand Views Videos

These are a list of videos which have received between 0-99,999 views on YouTube. Currently, only 2 of Spiff's videos have received under 100,000 views:

  • Blue Sunny Day (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 77,000
  • Still Alive (Jonathan Coulton song) - Over 59,000

First of May

"First of May" was not only one of Jonathan Coulton's greatest creations, but was also one of Spiff's. He had used actions which World of Warcraft characters may use in non sexual ways, to sexual ways, and thus the video was removed from YouTube due to it's content. The video was very popular, but the video still stands on Google Video, Warcraft Movies, and Machinima.

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