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So, what would we use as a noun to describe female ejaculate (six syllables)? are we really going with "Girlcum"? because I'd like a better word than that. I think we can just use "come" as a noun for female ejaculate.
I would think that one is already in use.
I disagree that it needs its own verb. It's a state, not an event.
Let's look at the dictionary definition for a second:
Baste - tr.v. bast·ed, bast·ing, bastes
To moisten (meat, for example) periodically with a liquid, such as melted butter or a sauce, especially while cooking.
Sounds about right to me!
No slang term? Have you never heard of "pussy juice?" Some people might use it to refer to female ejaculate but it's generally used to refer to vaginal lubrication. I'm not sayin' it's the greatest slang term but it does exist (and it sure beats "Baby, I really love the taste of your vaginal lubrication.")
I've heard "honey" and "nectar" used, but two-syllable terms are defeating the original purpose. And the only delicious fluids I can think of which are one-syllable are wine and beer - and "I'm wining" doesn't work for obvious reasons.
Rain? Mist? Damp? We need a whole new word, not a repurposed existing one.
@ 9, 11, 15: yeah, "juice," pussy juice," "juices," or some other variant. "Lick up my juice, boy" is less ambiguous than "lick up my wet" (I want to say my wet WHAT?), and besides, who doesn't like juice?
@ 16: me, too. And "come" is the verb, while I can deal with "cum" for the noun.
But, oh boy, # 8, Qaraqhandy: I think I might be in love with you!
Using 'wet' as in "I'm wetting!" doesn't make any sense for the reasonss already given, it's not an exclamatory phrase. But it works quite well for the other uses; and lo, it's already used that way.
On a related note, how many of you, especially the girls, know what that wetness actually is? Hint: it's not from a special gland, like semen is. :)
Suggested usage: "I'm getting juicy", "lick up my juice", and "we got come and juice all over my sheets".
If a Mr. shoots jizz,
A Ms. secretes mizz.
I've always just relied on the verb "getting wet". But then again, I'm a dude.
Oh dear Gawd, did I really type that?
Hence, a proposed rule for sex act/sex noun neologisms: if someone utterly ignorant/virginal, addressed by their very first sex partner, would not understand what just happened or is being referred to, then a new word is a good idea (Goddamnit, I know you've never done this before, so I'm so sorry we just got. . . a frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter . . . all over these 500 thread sheets Senator!).
If someone utterly ignorant can figure out what's going on without a specific word (I love how you lick/finger/taste my X, Y or Z) then we don't need a new word: everyone involved understands what is being tasted/referred to.
That's why we haven't had a word all along.
Last night was so wild, there was vige all over the sheets. You make me wanna vige all night. I'm viging for you, baby... Damn, I can smell the vige on you!
That said, if the female version of jacking off is jilling off, why not use jilling to convey the wet+orgasm combo?
Anything but cooze- if anything that should be a term for what you get during a yeast infection.
Well, vige wasn't bad.
"I am wet." – Unless I've been sprayed by a garden hose, this means I am turned on physiologically.
"I am dripping wet for you." – Really turned on. Don't bother to buy me a drink, just take me home.
"You are making me wetter." – Good job! Keep it up.
"I'm going to gush all over your [insert: face, cock, hand, boot, sheets, terrier...] – If you're not into female ejaculation, stand back.
"Oh my god, I'm coming." [hopefully followed by the words "over and over"] - Verbal indication of orgasm, not always synchronous with ejaculation.
"my girlfriend and i also describe our respective vaginal lubrication" @56
I like vige though.
Cream's pretty good too.
(and at least churning milk into cream involves putting a big stick into a thing over and over again.)