CodeMiko reveals “dumbest idea ever” idea to test Twitch’s TOS

Twitch streamer CodeMiko described a conversation she had with her partnerships manager, in which she asked her for content ideas to test Twitch’s Terms of Service, one of which was dubbed the “stupidest idea ever.”

CodeMiko might not be the top streamer on Twitch, but with nearly a million followers, she’s definitely made a name for herself with her antics and hilarious VTuber streams.

Her avatar has gone wild on several occasions, and Miko was recently banned (and then unbanned) from the platform after she streamed “uncensored” with her avatar.

Now, Miko revealed that she brought up content ideas to her Twitch partnerships manager to see if they would break the Terms of Service, and the last one was dubbed the “stupidest idea ever”.

CodeMiko reveals ideas for testing Twitch TOS

CodeMiko explained that during her last stream she sent ideas past her partner manager Pluto to make sure she doesn’t break Twitch’s Terms of Service and get her fifth ban.

“I asked Pluto, ‘Hey, is diarrhea out my butt vs. Twitch TOS?’ and he said yes,” she explained. “Then I asked if censored projectile diarrhea was against TOS. He replied and said that we should stick to the vomit.

“Then we came up with this idea. What if I put a face where my butt is and then that face projectile vomits?”

Miko then explained that her manager didn’t respond for a while, but when he did, he said, “LOL. That’s the dumbest idea anyone ever gave me.”

Miko quickly asked if his answer was a no to her idea or not, so she asked for clarification.

At the time of writing it is unknown what her manager replied to this. We’ll update this article if she ever broaches the subject again or if we see the scene playing out during an upcoming stream.

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Emma James

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