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Munting is a slang term used to describe the act of digging up a semi-decomposed corpse and having one person put their mouth over the corpse's orifices while another person jumps on the corpse's stomach to expel the insides into the person's mouth so they can drink them. The term was defined on Urban Dictionary in mid-2004 and became notable online for being overly shocking and disgusting, gaining viral spread through posts and memes sharing or alluding to its meaning. The term gained particular spread on TikTok throughout the 2020s, similar to other terms like "Amish Oil Change."


On September 12th, 2004, Urban Dictionary[1] user bronson posted a definition for the term "munting" that garnered over 4,600 thumbs-ups in 20 years. This is the earliest known mention of munting online. The definition reads:

A variation of necrophilia involving two live people and one dead (male or female)

To munt: Find and dig up a semi-decomposed corpse, One person then goes down on said corpse whilst the other jumps on the dead person's stomach – causing the juices (decomposed organs, etc.) to be forced from all orifices, These are then drank by the person orally connected to the corpse.

Hey Mary let's go munting, they buried your sister two weeks ago now. She'll be ripe!!


The term gained viral spread online over the following decades due to its shocking and gross nature. On January 21st, 2015, the definition was shared by Redditor u/WhatsTheMatterMcFly via a comment on an /r/AskReddit[2] thread asking, "What is the most horrible definition on Urban Dictionary?" garnering over 250 upvotes in nine years.

The term gained significant spread on TikTok throughout the early 2020s. On May 27th, 2022, TikToker[3] @kat.ass.trophic_failure posted a video in which they asked Google to define "munting" for them at the request of a commenter, garnering over 348,000 views in two years (shown below, left).

On March 1st, 2024, TikToker[4] @filthierdemonrat posted a video defining munting, garnering over 1.2 million views in two months (shown below, right).

@kat.ass.trophic_failure Reply to @justinsnyder1852 #katgoogles #katgoogles #googleassistant #google ♬ Monkeys Spinning Monkeys – Kevin MacLeod & Kevin The Monkey

@filthierdemonrat #stitch with @Artemis 🥸 ♬ original sound – DISGUSTANG.

On April 1st, 2024, TikToker[5] @coopnoop21 posted a skit filled with Gen Z slang in which he plays a professor of the class "muntology 101," garnering over 1.1 million views in a month (shown below).

@coopnoop21 #fyp ♬ original sound – CoopNoop

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@j0k3st3r0 Im out if ideas#fypシ #munting #relatable #dad#son #edge #malcolminthemiddle #walterwhite ♬ original sound – Bennett Hart

@thenast85 #munting #why #no #dontdoit ♬ original sound – Lee

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[1] Urban Dictionary – munting

[2] Reddit – WhatsTheMatterMcFly

[3] TikTok – kat

[4] TikTok – filthierdemonrat

[5] TikTok – coopnoop21

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