So, the peeps over at Reddit were talking about “queer words” that make them “shudder,” “cringe,” or “laugh” depending on how you see it, really. The OP (original poster of the thread) said he considers the word “boi” an instant turnoff, and that it makes him “want to take a hot shower and kinda barf.” One netizen on the other hand, pointed out he doesn’t like the word queer for reasons that are not in any way funny. He said he it’s “probably because the word has been used as an insult at school.” In a separate thread discussing the same topic, some Redditors revealed that they find it weird how “a lot of tops like to feminize bottoms,” adding that they are a “bottom but I’m still a man and I don’t like any body parts of mine to be feminized.”
As for the rest, their responses and reactions were downright hilarious as did the words they mentioned so we are sharing it just for laughs and maybe you can share a word or two in the process. Without further ado, here are some of the words that made our list:
-Gunkle — apparently the word is a portmanteau of “gay uncle.” The respondent said the word “sounds like some kind of growth you have removed at the doctor’s office.”
–Bunt — a portmanteau of “boy cunt.”
-Thrussy — a portmanteau of throat pussy.
-Bussy — they say this word, which is a portmanteau of “boy pussy,” is pretty cringey.
–Shitoris — according to them, the only word that’s worse than bussy is, well, shitoris. Nothing they say, is worse than shitoris, period. Common reaction of netizens who read this word is, “What the fuck is shitoris?” or “hilarious,” and “too much.” According to urban dictionary, a certain Mr. Adam Carolla coined the word “shitoris” to refer to the prostate, the “male version of the clitoris.”
Has a hookup or boyfriend ever said the word shitoris while you guys are in the middle of having sex? I’d probably double over with laughter if this ever happens to me. That being said, do you have a colorful, witty, and humorous gay lingo to share (or annoying, even, or words you dislike in general)? Comment below!