This is the moment a couple in Brazil cut loo-se with the sex of their baby-to-be with a bizarre reveal party.
Rather than rely on fireworks or balloons to show if the tot will be a boy or a girl, they used food colouring to break the news everyone was just dye-ing for.
The clip turned out to be a massive social media hit.
At the time of writing, it had racked up 1.7 million views after it was posted to TikTok by dad-in-waiting Jose Teixeira on 28th January.
The footage shows cartoons of a baby boy and a baby girl above a toilet surrounded by blue and pink balloons.
Jose’s and his wife Ana Marcela’s fingers hover above the flush button, while the tank has a large question mark on it.
The couple finally push the button, and blue water flows into the bowl, revealing the unborn baby to be a boy.
Jose told local media: “The normal thing is to do firecrackers, kick a ball, release smoke, right?
“But my wife Ana Marcela and I wanted something different, so as not to imitate others. I found the idea on Instagram and she loved it. Our family too.”
Jose and his family live in Santo Amaro das Brotas and the unborn lad, who they have already named Rhavy Dominick, is due in July.
Jose said: “I opened the toilet, put some food colouring in, and tested it to see if the water turned blue, but it didn’t work the first time.
“I had to go to the grocery store and I bought another dye, and then it worked.”
On his video going viral, Jose said: “I didn’t think it would have such an impact.
“After a few hours, the views started to increase. Out of nowhere, it had 2,000, and I was already scared.
“I thought it would stop there, because I always post videos there and they don’t get that number of hits.”
He continued: “My godmother sent me a message on WhatsApp, asking if I had already seen the number of views on TikTok.
“When I went to look, there were already 1.5 million.”
However, Jose revealed that not all the reactions his video received were positive.
He said: “We saw mean comments, right? But we deal with it, there’s always the good and the bad.
“To move forward, we must live alongside people who build and those who put you down.”