Josh Brolins Thanos is the greatest threat the Marvel Cinematic Universe has ever seen. Sure, Kang the Conqueror is still waiting to take his shot, but the Mad Titan remains on that throne.
Despite being killed twice, audiences still have a lot of questions about the character. What happened in his childhood? When did he ever meet his brother, Eros in the world? Is he an Eternal being?
Those are all important questions, but there's another you've most likely never considered: does he poop? And, thanks to Vin Diesel's Groot, you've got the answer.
Bathroom Habits of Thanos Revealed
I Am Groot has released its first five short films on Disney+, and users have been raving about returning to their favorite Flora Colossus. One particular clip, as noted by Reddit user u/wlelbf, contains some shocking information regarding Thanos' bodily functions.
The sentient tree is preparing a book in the third episode, titled Groots Pursuit. However, looking closely at the book, it does seem like a direct reference to an iconic children's book.
'Everyone Poops' by Taro Gomis is a book that educates children that doing number two is a natural behavior.
Groot seems to be seeking for the same education. However, it's even more essential is the person who makes it on the cover: Josh Brolins Thanos. So while nobody ever asked, now the whole world knows: the Mad Titan does, in fact, have to be number one and number two.
What Does Anyone Know About Thanos Poops?
The most crucial insight that will emerge from this revelation is most certainly: how does anyone even know about the Mad Titan's bathroom habits?
It's hard to imagine a situation that would allow this information to be released. Perhaps someone from the Black Order gossiped too much. Then again, Gamora and Nebula might know more than they wanted.
If I Am Groot is declared to be canon to Earth-616, then that implies that the little twigs are also new reading material. Now, audiences can check this off their list of hanging plot threads in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The five shorts, which are now available on Disney+, will be reviewed again to see if any additional significant discoveries are hidden in the shadows.