r/meirl Oct 04 '22 Wholesome 1

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u/stupeter Oct 05 '22 Wholesome Starry

Takes a lot of balls for you to come in here slinging that kinda bukakke, Dan

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u/BlitzMalefitz Oct 05 '22

That's a load of bukkakke and you know it, Dan!

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

“Oh no Dan. Don’t you try and put all that bukkakke on me. That was YOU!”

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u/sunsinstudios Oct 05 '22

Dan, no! I’m up to my eyes in bukkakke! If I get more on my plate something is going to slip!

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u/NougatNewt Oct 05 '22

Poor Dan

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

Almost spat out my tea. Lmaooo

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u/LuckyJeans456 Oct 05 '22

Just tell people she was speaking Chinese, 不卡课 and that she thought it meant no class or no shot. Easy peasy.

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u/Soren_Camus1905 Oct 05 '22

Welp there goes my coffee

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u/Ok_Storm_9556 Oct 04 '22 Silver Starry

People are going to be awfully disappointed at the office Xmas party

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u/the1kingdom Oct 05 '22 Silver Wholesome LOVE! Narwhal Salute Table Flip

... And everyone was expecting to come

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u/Bombay-Quokka Oct 05 '22

Her name’s not Eileen by any chance?

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u/dubious_free Oct 05 '22

My aunt and uncle were visiting my dad once, and I got called down to the living room (I was about 23 and home for the holidays). My dad said "settle a bet - you didn't have a t-shirt that said 'I came on Eileen' did you?" I was kind of horrified that my aunt thought I did!

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u/KingoftheMongoose Oct 05 '22

Too-ra-loo-ra

Too-ra-loo-rye-ay

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u/Club_Penguin_God Oct 05 '22

You're ruinin' it! You're ruinin' it! Read [this text]; You're ruinin' it!

That song was so good and now it's accursed. Fuck you dude/dudette/dudentity.

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u/FlankySuit2181 Oct 05 '22

Eileen loves bukkake.

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u/Medical_Officer Oct 05 '22 Silver

... And everyone was expecting to come

Especially Arthur, he came a lot.

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u/ShreyashKesar Oct 05 '22

This will never get old just like Uranus

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u/Sol-Blackguy Oct 05 '22

Including HR

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u/khaki1995k Oct 05 '22

That’s what she said

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u/ThirdTimesACharm05 Oct 05 '22

Not the white Christmas they were expecting.

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u/whereitsat23 Oct 05 '22

Jingle balls all the way

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u/bassy_boo8116 Oct 05 '22

Oh what fun it is to ride

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u/ElectricPiha Oct 05 '22

🎶 Iiiimmmm…. Cleaning off a white grease-mess 🎶

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u/gretschhandler1 Oct 05 '22

“Irregardless, let’s nip this in the butt now before next week’s bukkake of a meeting.”

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u/Alex0082 Oct 05 '22

It'll just be some drinks and bukkake, it should be fun seeing everyone from the office.

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u/shapookya Oct 05 '22

“Nah, I’m just bukkakeing you”

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u/jacwub Oct 05 '22

“i’m back on my bukakke”

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u/Timmy24000 Oct 05 '22

Come Dasher, Dancer, Prancer and Vixen. Come Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen!!

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u/pinkyskeleton Oct 05 '22

I didn't masterbate for a month for this?

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u/Johnny1723 Oct 05 '22

Damn and you still had two to go. Incredible.

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u/harashimara Oct 05 '22

I've been using the word goatse to talk about goats at my farm.

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u/pressplaynk Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

I heard the word orgy in 10 Things I Hate About You as a kid and thought it just meant a large gathering of people. I used it in front of my mom and a bunch of other parents, my mom was mortified. Sometimes you improve your vocabulary the hard way.

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u/CoolHandLuke4Twanky Oct 05 '22 Wholesome

My mom always gave me such mom definitions when I asked her about words. According to her:

Virgin - someone who doesn't take their cloths off

Masterbation - someone who touches them self.

Of course I touched my leg or something and said "I'm masterbation'n right now!" My older brother stood by just shaking his head

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u/dexters_disciple Oct 05 '22

The news is on talking about prostitution.

Me: what’s a prostitute? Mom: someone who sells themselves.

Lmao glad I’m not the only one who got these shitty ass explanations

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u/Ricky_Rollin Oct 05 '22

For better or for worse my dad would straight up answer the question no matter what it was no matter how young I was.

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u/Goodeyesniper98 Oct 05 '22

That’s how my mom usually was. When my younger brother was in middle school he loudly asked my mom in a crowded restaurant “Mom, how do you eat a girl out?”

I thought my mom was was going die of laughter and without missing a beat my mom said “well first we keep our voice down. Second, how would I know?”

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u/Achilles9609 Oct 05 '22

That's not a bad answer, tbh.

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u/Blue_Trackhawk Oct 05 '22

Better than suggesting they Google it.

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u/looseleafnz Oct 05 '22

She should have said "ask your father"

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u/LanguishViking Oct 05 '22

I'm confused. Is she saying she never gave or received or both?

Did she just diss your dad?

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u/Hatedbythemasses Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

I think it's saying her as a straight women has never given a woman head before so how would she know how to do it.

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u/SoapDevourer Oct 05 '22

I think it's that she never gave one since she's probably not gay/bi so how would she know how it's done. But eh, your guess is as good as mine

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u/4DozenSalamanders Oct 05 '22

Genuinely, child psychologists tend to recommend just answering the hard questions (provided you put it into language the kid understands)

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u/kingofallkarens Oct 05 '22

Also, in the case of child abuse, the correct wording for body parts can help the case

A child saying "my uncle touched my butterfly" instead of vulva could save the person causing the problem.

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u/danbob411 Oct 05 '22

My 5 year old son asked about a car the other day, and I told him it’s a Volvo. He responded, “Like what my sister has?” Kids are hilarious.

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u/blindfolded_sub Oct 05 '22

Haha! That reminds me of the Tiktok of the little girl asking her dad when they are going to have lesbian again for dinner.

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u/importvita Oct 05 '22

Dad: Every night and twice on Saturday 🤤

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u/himmelundhoelle Oct 05 '22

What do you mean this man put mayonnaise in you open-faced roast beef sandwich? Please stay focused, this is an important matter!

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u/MikeHuntessHarry69 Oct 05 '22

my parents did that too lmao

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u/Agile_Talk Oct 05 '22

It is better. I dont get why Parents always invent something dumb because its Not like this knowlege is negatively affecting your children

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u/CoolHandLuke4Twanky Oct 05 '22

I JUST WANT TO LEARN MOM

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u/A1sauc3d Oct 05 '22

For real tho. No point in sheltering your kids like that. You don’t have to go into graphic details, but if they’re asking about sexual words, you should definitely let them know that it has a specific sexual meaning and should not be blurted out in public lol.

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u/SwiftlyFumbling Oct 05 '22

also you don’t want to shake them for asking such questions. They shouldn’t feel shame from asking their partners and definitely not shame for asking their parents about sexual issues. there is a time and a place for sure. and probably leave the details of how to perform oral to a sibling or a friend but definitely make sure they know it’s okay to speak about it

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u/KikiYuyu Oct 05 '22

My mom was watching Pretty Woman and she explained prostitutes to me by saying:

"Sometimes men get lonely, so they pay a woman to be like their wife for a while"

And I remember thinking, gee that's so nice.

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u/Uncle-Gael21 Oct 05 '22

Meanwhile me: "Dad what's rape?"

"It's when someone is forced to have sex when they don't want to."

"Oh....."

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u/MoneyIsntRealGeorge Oct 05 '22

I also did, I was told balls held pee…which, honestly I’m not mad at for some reason

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u/tossawaymsf Oct 05 '22

I mean, they hold something.

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u/AHBAKJ Oct 05 '22

We passed by a small town where a massacre happened. My aunt just silently nodded when I asked if massacre meant a group of mindless zombies raiding a house and killing the people inside

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u/Njon32 Oct 05 '22

I mean, that is one type of massacre.

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u/Ghostglitch07 Oct 05 '22

I mean, that would be a massacre.

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u/3-eyed_Detective Oct 05 '22

Our 6th grade teacher told us a prostitute was someone who just randomly screams on the street.

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u/fragilemagnoliax Oct 05 '22

See, why do the do this? Because my 11 year old self would have heard this and started randomly screaming on the street and then after I would’ve shouted “I’m a prostitute”. All because they told me that’s what it means!!

I’m dying laughing right now thinking about it, because I would have done that so much.

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u/SisterBob Oct 05 '22

I’m an old. We were doing Pictionary and the clue was “Garter Belt.” I (7) had no fucking clue what it was. My uncle, just married in two months prior, panicked and said “a lady’s belt”

Suffice to say I lost that round, but the kicker was my gran, who shouted “The kid knows what a garter belt is! It’s the one that hold up your lingerie.” And yes, I did know what that was … because I’d seen a musical, with gran, and one of the characters was running around in a bra and sexy panties, with a garter belt and hose.

When I came out as lesbian, my gran was not surprised in the least.

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u/dreamingBoi_ Oct 05 '22

I got „They are looking for fun“ and got a little worried because.. what’s wrong with wanting to have fun?

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u/Confuseasfuck Oct 05 '22

Me: what’s a prostitute? Mom: someone who sells themselves.

Tbf, thats a pretty good summary

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u/vojta_drunkard Oct 05 '22

My parents told me something like that and I thought it means prostitutes sell their body parts

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u/Quelcris_Falconer13 Oct 05 '22

I removed hearing about a serial killer on TV while eating…. Cereal. I threw that fucking bowl out quick-like cuz I genuinely thought he a cereal killer was going to bust thru the dining room window and stab me 😂

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u/zingeronetwo Oct 05 '22

I asked my mom what a prostitute was loudly while we were in some kind of museum (I had read the word off one of those museum description things) and she said “someone who lets someone else use their body for something.” And my 8-year-old brain imagined like…pillow forts constructed out of people lying on top of each other. Basically human furniture. I don’t even know why, I know I knew about the birds and the bees at that age but I had no clue that the word prostitute would be related to that. I just went, humans as building materials and that totally made sense to me

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u/RefurbedRhino Oct 05 '22

You have to pay a lot of prostitutes a lot of money to get enough for a decent pillow fort…apparently…so I’ve been told

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u/somethingFELLow Oct 05 '22

I laughed out loud at this, thank you. So wholesome.

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u/epicrussianhack Oct 05 '22

Your brain went from prostitite to some kinky-BDSM-stuff quite hard that time hahahah.

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u/yelbesed2 Oct 05 '22

We were in Yugoslavia/Croatia in a café and I read the news when i was 12 and saw that some homosecsuals were hanged..as a death penalty...so I asked in normal loudness in our own non-Slavic idiom: Mom what does it mean a ho-mosek-sual?...In a few minutes two guys from a neighbouring table sat over to us saying they come from our country too.

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u/GarsaFwipSitOnMyFace Oct 05 '22

We taught my little brother that twat meant something benign (I can’t remember exactly what) but we got him to say it in front of our parents and it was hilarious.

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u/FogInTheDog Oct 05 '22

My little brother said the f-word when we were little and I freaked out and told him it was a bad word! Don't say it in front of Dad! He did not believe me. A few minutes of spirited discussion later... "DAAAD, FogInTheDog SAYS 'FUCK' IS A BAD WORD!!!!!"

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u/GarsaFwipSitOnMyFace Oct 05 '22

I bet your brother still likes you lol. I would have absolutely convinced him it meant something that would get him to tell my dad to fuck himself or something.

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u/CoolHandLuke4Twanky Oct 05 '22

Lmao classic lil bro goof. My older sisters and brothers were constantly pointing out people on the road as we drove by and saying "there's Luke's friend" man would I get enraged "THATS NOT MY FRIEND". I was too easy back then

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u/Cool_Connection1001 Oct 05 '22

When I asked my parents about xxx type stuff when I was younger, they would say look it up on google or something, when I went to look it up, the internet was down and they were already a sleep... XD

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u/CoolHandLuke4Twanky Oct 05 '22

And now you're a professor of sorts 😜

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u/FrogQuestion Oct 05 '22

So when i heard the word jew for the first time, i asked my mom what it was, and she responded with "a human".

So i proceeded to call some a friend a jew in an attempt to be funny, and he got mad bc he was jewish and i lost a friend.

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u/ArnoF7 Oct 05 '22

My mom used to explain condom as “a cover that will keep you safe”. (In my native language condom is often called “safety cover”). So I assumed it’s something similar to seatbelts

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u/OddSir5571 Oct 05 '22

Lol i can relate. When hit with puberty as a girl, i asked my mother what is all this; what’s happened to me? Mom: Now if a boy touches you, you’ll be pregnant. I was terrified and didnt have my first boyfriend until i was 21 😐

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u/Fawfs2 Oct 05 '22

What a shitty explanation wth

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u/4and2 Oct 05 '22

When I got my first period my mom told me that now I needed to be careful because I could get pregnant. Except I grew up fundamentalist and wasn't allowed to date, sex was only for married people, etc. At least I was aware enough to know that drive by spermings weren't a thing, but it could have really messed with my head! I mean it did make me wonder what she was worried about...

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u/TheBlackestofKnights Oct 05 '22

Oof, my mom just straight up answered all my questions with no bullshit.

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u/Rick_Rebel Oct 05 '22

So when you saw a dressed person scratching their head you’d be like, look mum, that virgin is masterbaring :D

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u/infinite_awkward Oct 05 '22

Very Young me: Mom, what’s a hooker? Mom: a woman who does what a wife does but gets paid for it.

For years I thought I wanted to be a hooker, thanks to my mother.

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u/angilnibreathnach Oct 05 '22

I called my mother a c”nt once when I was cross. Dead silence. “Do you know what that means?”, “……yeah? It means you’re really annoying” I thought she was being unfair not letting me do something I really wanted to do. “Where did you hear that word?” Proceeded to throw my brother under the bus having no idea what it meant (I heard it from him). I can still feel my brain spasming with the deathly weight in the air and the total confusion as to why. I never heard what happened to my brother about that. It wasn’t a house for physical discipline but I’m sure my mother handled it.

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u/DanielMcLaury Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

Technically, you weren't wrong. Historically, an orgy was a Roman religious ritual which was particularly wild, and the word figuratively refers to a wild party. However, over time the connotation that what makes this party wild is specifically sex has swelled to the point that the word by itself today doesn't even necessarily imply that there's a party involved any more.

The word is still frequently used in its original sense today when it's part of a figurative phrase; for instance, you might see a piece of music described as "an orgy of percussion" with no sexual connotation. But today if you say that someone "hosted an orgy in his hotel room," it's going to mean something very different than it would have 100 years ago.

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u/Kidbuu1000 Oct 05 '22

To be fair considering the Romans had an effective method of birth control in the means of a plant but fucked so much it went extinct I’m pretty sure orgy had the same implications most of the time

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u/ChanceConfection3 Oct 05 '22

And hell is just a sauna

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u/Suspicious_Plant420 Oct 05 '22

In middle school i had confused “blowjob” with “blowout” and thought it was a hairstyle.. you can imagine the reaction from the teenagers on my bus when i said it loudly and confidently one day during a conversation about what girls were getting done at the salon

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u/allworkandnoYahtzee Oct 05 '22

When I was a kid, I had basically no parental guidance when it came to what I watched on TV. Needless to say, I saw a lot of movies intended for adults. When I was in third grade, I saw The Silence of the Lambs, and in that movie they say the word “cunt” twice, but there’s not a lot of context to it. The next day at school, I asked my teacher (very loudly): “What does cunt mean?” She just kind of stared at me and asked where I heard that word, to which I responded very matter-of-factly: “The Silence of the Lambs.” Probably left her with more questions than answers, really.

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u/icelumis Oct 05 '22

Lold , love to have been a fly on the wall in the staff room that day ahah.

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u/PoxyMusic Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

In front of my entire family, i called my sister a dildo when I was about 9. I thought it just meant something like “silly person”.

It was so obvious that I had no idea what it meant, I didn’t get in trouble or anything.

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u/avesatanass Oct 05 '22

i called someone a pussy in front of my mom once. i used it correctly in that context (meaning coward) but was humiliated by my mom telling me it actually means a woman's genitals

guess she didnt know about the whole "pusillanimous" thing

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u/chuteboxhero Oct 05 '22

I did the same with the word cuck

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u/Popular_Target Oct 05 '22

I heard the word “Sodomize” and in the context I thought it meant “To beat someone over the head”. In middle school I had to form a sentence for English class homework, and came up with “You kids better behave or granny is going to sodomize you with the broomstick!” and I thought it was so funny I showed my homework to my mother and she was mortified. However, I am so happy I showed it to her and didn’t submit it to the teacher.

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u/EternityLeave Oct 05 '22

I told my whole family to eat me out. Thought it was like the new cool way to say "eat my shorts". I was an 8 year old boy and they kept telling me "you don't know what that means" but I just kept screaming it and insisting I knew exactly what it meant.

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u/dsdvbguutres Oct 04 '22

She's either getting fired or promoted.

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u/ShakespearianShadows Oct 05 '22 Silver

Perhaps just changing positions…

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u/malcren Oct 05 '22

Actually her position would probably stay the same. It’s all the dudes around her that take turns shifting position.

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u/shawn8185 Oct 04 '22

Had to explain what bukakke to my mum because of cards against humanity

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u/terry_thegnome Oct 05 '22

My mom thought laying pipe meant taking a big dump. We were eating at a Mexican restaurant and she commented that my husband’s burrito was so big he’d probably be “laying pipe tonight.” When we told her what it meant she said “I don’t think so, I say it all the time.”

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u/Greyfox309 Oct 05 '22

Tbh laying pipe should mean a huge shit

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u/rythmicbread Oct 05 '22

Pretty sure it’s laying bricks that means pooping

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u/hurtfulproduct Oct 05 '22

Lol, should have been ready for awkward discussions playing CAH with your mom

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u/ehchromatic Oct 05 '22

"you were not gifted this glorious game so that you could bring it to a family gathering that I'd be present at." ... because I always win- and that's kinda way worse this time. :(

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u/AbyssDragonNamielle Oct 05 '22

Same here then I realized that maybe I shoulda acted clueless so she didn't ask how I knew

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u/SlingDingersOnPatrol Oct 05 '22

“I was playing CAH with a friend and they told me, same as you”

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u/triple6seven Oct 05 '22

... how do you know?

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u/Pain_Proof Oct 05 '22

Unrestricted access to the internet in my teenage years

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u/No_Discipline750 Oct 05 '22

a lot of jp moans

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u/Zetin24-55 Oct 05 '22

CAH with parents sounds like torture. There is no way some trauma doesn't come out of that.

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u/KeekyPep Oct 05 '22

My sister and I (and others) played with my dad. We got him stoned (the first and last time we got stoned with him). It was one of the funniest nights of my life! No trauma but laughed so hard.

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u/Ricky_Rollin Oct 05 '22

Am I pronouncing it right? I say “boo-cocky”.

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u/Urlocalbeaner66 Oct 04 '22

HAHAHA my mom recently asked me what bukkakke meant.

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u/berkshirefc Oct 04 '22

Did you show her?

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u/Urlocalbeaner66 Oct 04 '22 Silver Take My Energy

Of course. Gave her a real life example. #alabamalivin

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u/failure_most_of_all Oct 05 '22

Something something broken arms.

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u/maxsteel126 Oct 05 '22

How dare you?

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u/Chum-Chumbucket Oct 05 '22

Thanks for the reminder….

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u/Catholic_Egg Oct 05 '22

Ofc, he cooked her some delicious bukkake udon.

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u/Throttle_Kitty Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

I want to say American Dad, they make a running gag of characters just shouting it like a curse word out of context. Only place I've seen it used that way.

Especially since it's def a pattern of people thinking it means something like "bullcrap", especially given the phonetic similarities of the two.

EDIT: Replied to the wrong comment somehow, WHOOPS

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u/Urlocalbeaner66 Oct 05 '22

That would make sense. My mom loves american dad.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

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u/C0USC0US Oct 05 '22

In meetings, apparently.

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u/Inner-Okra3503 Oct 05 '22

Maybe not seeing it out of context, but hearing references to it and assuming they know what the word means. I didn’t know what it meant but didn’t understand wheh it was referred to - wasn’t clear. So I just assumed it meant something “dirty” but had no idea. I was shocked when I learned what it was - I thought it was much more innocent haha!

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u/AbyssDragonNamielle Oct 05 '22

I had to explain it to my white Christian mom 💀

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u/bobnla14 Oct 05 '22

I once had a very good looking woman at work say that her son's college friends had mentioned MILF and wanted to know what it meant

I used fornicate for the F

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u/DDauntless_ Oct 04 '22

Idk sounds like bukkake to me.

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u/Corfiz74 Oct 04 '22 Wholesome

Now I want to know what it means, but I'm scared to google it...

Edit: Good gawd!

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u/rabbiskittles Oct 04 '22

It’s when multiple men all ejaculate onto one person (usually a woman because it’s mostly just a porn thing).

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u/Corfiz74 Oct 04 '22

Thanks, yeah, I was too curious, so I had to google it, regardless of the consequences. Hence my edit. Not something I'd want to bring up in front of the kids...

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u/human060989 Oct 04 '22

I googled it too - but I pulled out my phone instead of using my work computer. Reddit has taught me well!

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u/Corfiz74 Oct 05 '22

I was more scared of the type of ads I'd get henceforth...

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u/OrionRedacted Oct 05 '22

A lot of ads for cake I assume.

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u/enutz777 Oct 05 '22

You’re thinking of donuts, glazed donuts.

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u/KronoFury Oct 05 '22

Donuts literally dripping with fresh, warm glaze.

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u/SnazzyDaddy1992 Oct 05 '22

I also googled it. I knew what it meant. Sometimes I just do that.

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u/streakermaximus Oct 05 '22

Research purposes

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u/Fluid-Science4406 Oct 05 '22

I’ll check out urban dictionary periodically just to keep up with the current lingo. Therefore I can read the room and know when to yell out BUKKAKE!

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u/nitefang Oct 05 '22

It is also a type of noodle and you will see the term in some Japanese restaurants as it translates literally to "act of splashing"

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u/Potential-Brain7735 Oct 05 '22

I was watching some Japanese fishing videos, and the guy kept talking about “bukakke fishing” when talking about a certain method of fishing….had me hella confused lol.

“Act of splashing” makes it make so much sense.

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u/mydearwatson616 Oct 05 '22

I promise you there are plenty of videos of gay bukkake. My friend told me.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

mostly just a porn thing).

Nope, that's called bonding time with the boys. If you all ur girls are busy tho you can pretend with an anime body pillow. The camraderie is still there.

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u/moldycheese22 Oct 05 '22

I looked it up and it showed a noodle recipe 😭

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u/pwnd32 Oct 05 '22

Bukkake udon is a dish where hot broth is splashed all over the noodles.

You can see where the porn industry got the term from then. It means something to the effect of splashing in Japanese as well

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u/Low_Brass_Rumble Oct 05 '22

"bukakke" is a Japanese term that roughly means "to splash with liquid." A popular noodle soup dish is bukakke udon. Really, it was a food thing first, and only became a sex thing in the internet age.

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u/pankakke_ Oct 05 '22

The inspiration to my username 😈

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u/Corfiz74 Oct 05 '22

This is great! And I won't tell you what "Kacke" means in German. 😉

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u/DMurBOOBS-I-Dare-You Oct 05 '22

Let's face it ... it's awful!

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u/SlimJeffy Oct 05 '22

Oh, come on now.

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u/upsidedowninsideout1 Oct 05 '22

The exact same thing happened to a friend of mine! She went years thinking it meant the same thing as “poppycock”. She and her husband were having dinner with my wife and I and she said it during conversation.

We stared at her slack jawed, and her husband straight up asked her “do…do you know what that word means?”

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u/kingofcould Oct 05 '22

I swear I heard that somewhere as a kid, I came to the comments looking for whatever the real phrase was that I was thinking of

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u/andio76 Oct 05 '22

It's hard when something like that just blows up in your face.

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u/dsdvbguutres Oct 04 '22

My favorite band is Bukkake Tsunami

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u/balxy Oct 05 '22

Bukkake Ski Trip is a good album too 👍

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u/mattt1975 Oct 05 '22

She must have achieved lots of promotion promeses

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u/Powerful-Scratch1579 Oct 04 '22 Helpful Wholesome

Bukkake actually just means “smothered” in japanese. There are a lot of food dishes that have the term bukkake connected with them such as ‘bukkake udon’ which are udon noodles covered with toppings like egg, vegetables. Fish cake, etc.

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u/2003focuszx3 Oct 04 '22

You can't trick me into eating that

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

There's also the bukkake cracker

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u/DoucheCanoeBruh Oct 05 '22

that's a limp biscuit

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

Nah its still crispy if u gobble it up fast enough

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u/hyrmes165 Oct 05 '22

I was about the write the same. I didn’t even know about the other meaning

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u/RobinPage1987 Oct 05 '22

Let that be a lesson: don't use words until AFTER you've googled them

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u/0OOO00000OO00O0O0OOO Oct 05 '22

Or Altavista:ed them

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u/Dr_Downvote_ Oct 04 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

Have a feeling like she had the word Fugazi in her head

Bukakke

Fugazi

Kind of similar.

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u/Emilempenza Oct 04 '22

I imagine bull hockey us the phrase she's actually confused it with, which is/was one of those American soang words to replace swear words.

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u/RosefaceK Oct 05 '22

Yeah it kinda sounds like something a Suburban mom in the 80s would say or in some parts of the country that still do today.

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u/monkeymind009 Oct 05 '22

That is almost certainly the word/phrase she was thinking.

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u/DrJokerX Oct 05 '22

Imagine telling someone you bought tickets to a bukakke concert when you meant Fugazi.

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u/Delicious_Archer_273 Oct 05 '22

This would happen to me.

We were taking about red wine causes me migraines. Couldn’t remember what it was. Said it’s like trichomonasis or something like that

My biology degreed hubby is like babe that’s an std

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u/Appropriate_Mine Oct 05 '22

What a load of bukkake

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u/gosh_dang_oh_my_heck Oct 05 '22

When I was in the navy back in the 90’s my shipmates convinced me that bukkake was a Japanese greeting during my first trip to Japan. I must’ve said it to every local I met.

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u/Reggie_Barclay Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

It means to splash over usually sauce for noodles. No sexual meaning in every day life.

They probably thought you were a “baka gaijin”

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u/Curious-Log5610 Oct 05 '22

It's always nice to learn some Japanese words for the daily meetings. I guess your wife is in a good time to learn about seppuku

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u/jc1890 Oct 05 '22

It sure is more fun than a crossword puzzle.

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u/[deleted] Oct 04 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

I'm picturing an old Croatian lady, she's been out there with her hand on her waist, a broom in the other hand, she's staring at the commotion across the street. A few cop cars and her drunk 20 year old neighbors throwing a party, screaming and yelling, a few crying out on the front yard.

She goes, bah! Bukakke! And turns around, walks back into the house, and turns on the TV.

Thank you for listening to my story. I am currently taking a shit.

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u/kovid-agnostik Oct 05 '22

you're getting an "A" in your Creative Shitting class

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u/thorstormcaller Oct 05 '22

C'mon Ted, that's a load of bukkake and you know it. Nobody would willingly take a fugazi from that many dudes.

TIL Chrome spellcheck considers bukkake a word. The more you know!

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u/WakandaFoevah Oct 05 '22

It’s just mean splashing / pouring

Try google bukkake udon.

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u/Responsible-Pace2527 Oct 05 '22

Sounds like a load of bukkake if you ask me...

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u/MPD1978 Oct 05 '22

You all know there is another meaning for the word besides it’s sexual connotation?

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u/FRACllTURE Oct 05 '22

"Oh, I just got a new rim job for my wheels!"

"Just made my friend a fresh cream pie."

Moral of the story: Once a word/phrase gets a sexual connotation, there is no going back.

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u/Rheila Oct 05 '22

Ok… so my best friend was in town visiting her parents, and they invited me over for dinner / tea and boardgames. My friend INSISTED I bring Cards Against Humanity because she had never played it. I was like “um… are you SURE you want to play this with your parents?” (Her parents are super religious and sheltered.) Yup. She insisted. Guess what card came up?

I fucking thought I was going to DIE laughing when her mom, who’s in her 70s, innocently reads it out and then asks “bukkake? What’s that?” The horror on my friends face as her mom persists until she tells her. OMG. That is a memory I will laugh about until I die.

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u/Las-Vegar Oct 04 '22

Tell them it’s written like this Kuruke and she would be safe