Lesbians Guess Lesbian Slang – Vol 2

Lesbians Guess Lesbian Slang – Vol 2


J: Hello! C: Hi! J: Here is part two of lesbian slang J: because the first time wasn’t really lesbian slang,
was it? C: No, it was just gay words that we were like, “Whaaa’?” J: We’ve taken words from the comment section – thank you so much – J: I’m slightly scared. C: I think I’ll get maybe, like, one out of ten. J: OK, good, I think there are only ten. C: I’m not a real lesbian, apparently. J: Oh, my God. J: Knowing these things does not make you a real lesbian. C: That’s what one of the nurses said at work yesterday. C: She was like, “Oh, yeah, I’ve got this friend and she’s like a proper lesbian.” C: I was like, “Oh, right, as opposed to a not proper lesbian, like me?” C: She was like, “Oh, well, you know, she’s like…she’s quite butch.” C: I was like, “Ohh, so that’s a proper lesbian!” C: And then she was like, “But it’s really weird, the actual point of my story is that she’s now dating a guy.” C: And I was like, “Right, so, actually, I’m more–” J: Not a proper lesbian! C: So I was like, “So I’m more lesbian than her because I’m married to a woman.” J: Yeah. C: If you wanna do the whole, “Who’s more lesbian?” C: Anyway. C: I just thought it was quite interesting that she thought she was a “proper”–described her as a “proper” lesbian. C: I’m not really that bothered about who–like, “I’m 100% gay; I’m a platinum gay!” C: I’m like, well, whatever… J: Who cares? C: I’m just like Jessica [?] C: High five! J: She’s a Jessicasexual J: OK, let’s begin! C: Oh, yeah. C: Sorry about my wet hair. I just had a shower and it’s a really sunny day. C: OK, let’s start. J: OK, first word! C: I know that one. J: Yeah, that’s an old lesbian. C: Has been lesbian. C: It’s basically my nurse’s “proper” lesbian friend, in fact. J: Yes! J: There we go, we tied it together. J: “A person who has been a lesbian, but now lives a heterosexual lifestyle.” J: Are those those really, really butch women? C: What, like a proper lesbian? J: Is it? C: Is that your answer? C: I think it’s someone…”bulldagger,” like, someone who really bulldozes in with a knife to the heart. C: Someone who wrecks relationships. J: Wow, that was…that was deep. C: So yours is a really butch lesbian – J: Yes, super butch. C: – mine is someone who is some kind of emotional heart-wrecker. J: “A pejorative slang for a very masculine lesbian!” C: “The term has roots in the African American communities of the early 20th century.” J: I’m going to give myself a point for that. C: I apologise to any bulldaggers out there. C: I’m sure you’re not homewreckers and things. J: Ursula’s a drag queen. C: Oh, is it from The Little Mermaid? Ursula. J: Yeah, yeah, yeah. J: Maybe she was a really fat lesbian. C: Ooo, maybe because Ursula wants the Little Mermaid, maybe it’s an older woman with a younger girlfriend. J: Ooo, but I think she has to be fat. C: But quite prey-y. Prey-y. J: Like an older, fat lesbian who wants… C: Like a cougar, but who’s not attractive? C: Who takes some poor innocent under her wing. J: “A queer woman who hangs out with bears; also called a Goldilocks.” C: What?! J: Why would an Ursula…? C: Yeah, that’s very specific, isn’t it? J: Wow. C: Really specific. J: Yeah! C: Oh, bears being gay men who have beards and they’re a particular type of gay man. J: Chubs. C: They’re not all chubs! J: I thought you had to be a bit chubby to be a bear? C: I think you have to be a bit more–yeah, because, actually, aren’t they called otters if you’re skinny bearded man? J: Yeah! J: That’s not the thing to do with girls going into science; technology. J: No? C: Stem… I think it’s – because the stem is the bit of the flower that holds the flower – so a flower– J: Like it’s a lesbian who only wears…a strap-on? C: Yeah, because a flower is, like, you know, “You de-flowered me.” J: I’m gonna say that she only wears a strap-on. C: Oh, yeah. “A mix of a stud and fem.” J: Ohh. Neither of us were right there. C: But I got that it wasn’t sexual, actually, it was more– J: No! C: I did, at the end! J: The “most masculine one in the relationship” is what you said. J: No one won that point. C: OK, fine. J: OK, next one is… J: The next one Clara has handily – we should point out, Clara has done these again – has pointed out how to properly pronounce it. J: “Spelt bollera, but you say it bo-yeah-ra” [Both: pronounce word] J: Does that make it Spanish? C: It’s not fair if it is a Spanish one. J: Like “falles” has two L’s in it but you say it with a ‘y.’ J: Falles. C: “Fal-ass.” J: Oh, Lord. C: I was trying to say “falles,” but pronouncing the l’s. J: I see. C: Anyway, moving on. J: OK, so what the hell is bollera? C: I think it’s a type of hat. C: It’s a type of hat. J: I think there’s really no way we’re going to get this. C: And that actually tells us the phonetic way of saying it. C: Like, “Oh, well, now we know what it is.” J: Thanks, Clara! C: What is it? “Bo-yeah-ra” C: Is it, like, someone who is a bit Bohemian…and ra? J: I swear, most Bohemian people are actually ras. J: Yeah, I think we’re gonna have to pass. C: I’m going to say it’s a type of hat that lesbians wear. J: Spanish slang! C: Hat worn by lesbian women! Oh, my God! J: Shut up! J: She even drew a little smiley face after she wrote, “Spanish slang.” J: “Comes from the now defunct [?], or woman, who ploughs the land using oxen, but now means a woman who is a lesbian.” J: You can eat that. C: So basically it’s a Spanish slang word for a lesbian? J: OK, so it’s still 2-1. J: Oh, man. This one’s also… C: Do I go? [?] J: Go for it. J: Yeah, you say that. J: Is this gonna be a Swedish one? C: Oh, I bet it is. J: Is this Clara just being like, “Nahaha.” C: Is it a term for your private parts? C: Because it sounds like a, like, “Oo, my gnuggis.” [Foreign accent] J: Oo, my gnuggis are cold! J: That was terrible. C: Is that your Swedish accent? J: …No! C: [Impersonates] C: That was more Scottish. J: I can only do Swedish Christmas words, OK?! J: Eat the bollera. C: Don’t eat my gnuggis! J: OK, you think it’s genitals. I think it’s the Swedish word for lesbians. C: “Swedish term – term for lesbians.” J: Yes! C: Comes from the verb “gnugga,” which means “to rub.” J: I’m still taking that one. J: Point to me! C: But it comes from “rub,” and what would you rub? C: Your genitals. J: Also, that’s really good! I like that the Swedish term for “lesbian” comes from that. C: Maybe that’s why Tilly wanted it. She was like, “I want to rub.” J: You can’t equate that to sex and then rub the dog, it’s not right. J: Ohh, wait. I don’t know that this is a lesbian term, but I think I’ve heard this term before. J: This is when you see someone from a hundred feet away and they’re really attractive, but then you get closer and they’re really ugly. C: Yeah. OK. J: You going with that one? C: Yeah, yeah. J: We’re going with that one. J: “A lesbian who typifies the stereotype to such an extent, you can spot her sexuality from a hundred feet away.” J: Aw. C: Well, they’re similar. C: That makes sense. J: I think we should both have a point for that. C: Well, I didn’t contribute to it at all, but… J: Whatever! We’re both getting points! C: Whey! C: I get a point for agreeing with you. Isn’t that right? J: Yeah, exactly. C: [?] J: That is marriage. C: That’s how life works around here. C: Another foreign language! C: And she’s given us the Chinese characters. J: I think it’s Japanese. C: OK, the characters there. J: Oh, no, wait. J: It might be Chinese, because I think the third one is a person… J: That’s how you would write a person… C: That looks like someone running. J: …in Chinese C: Let’s try and work it out from looking at the characters. J: Oh, embarrassed! OK. C: Woman in a house. Man in a house. C: Running from the house. [?] C: Broom. C: Pink jobs, you know, like…woman jobs, but man… C: Something about house work. J: I think it might be… C: Ooo, it’s a house-wife of a– J: Of a woman! C: Yeah. J: Ooo, that’s a good one. OK. C: Yeah! J: OK, that’s yours. C: Yeah, that’s mine. J: I’m going with – I know that “yuri” is the term used online for lesbian manga – J: Yeah, maybe lesbian wife. C: Yeah, you’re my yurizoku. J: Aww…wait. C: I hope that is right. J: [?] [Both] “Japanese term!” C: Meaning “tribe of lilies.” C: “Yurizoku Is the most elegant, literate-based lesbian term.” [Both] Awww. C: That was true, see. J: Yes. C: You’re my yurizoku. J: Aww, you’re my yurizoku. J: OK, so that’s a point to each of us. C: Is it? J: It is. C: How’s that…? I didn’t get that at all. C: I thought it was a house-wife. J: Of a woman! J: And I said lesbian. C: Well, all of them were about lesbians, dear. We could’ve just said, “I think it’s about a lesbian.” C: “Ding!” J: What? It’s fine! 5-3, there we go. C: OK, fine, you’re very generous. C: So I did better than I predicted. J: Whey! C: Yay! J: Give us a ‘like’ if you enjoyed this video, and in the comments please let us know any more terms you would like us to look at. C: And I’m very sorry that we’ve let our side down. J: Have we? C: I don’t know. J: We’re married. I think that makes it OK. C: OK, high-five!

89 Comments

  • Sophie Armishaw says:

    Love you guys! You've videos are brilliant! ❤️

  • Bianca Phelps says:

    I think I must've had a permanent smile while watching this video! You two are so cheerful, this video has made my day. Have a great day!

  • ItsYou NotMe says:

    Hahaha you guys were taking the words so literally like with stem. This was soo entertaining lol. I liked your definition of Ursula better

  • Deen Denno says:

    that skirt! I'm crying

  • L Wallace says:

    y'all are to funny!!

  • Elizabeth Bulfer says:

    hahaha these are hilarious!! love your "guess what the word means" videos 😂

  • Michelle Fury says:

    you're definitions were so much better lol hugs

  • lbea04 says:

    You guys are the funnest couple on youtube and certainly brighten my day!! Thank you all the way from California 🙂

  • Comickaaze says:

    That description of a stem though LOL

  • thunderstrike2525 odinson says:

    you lerean something new every day and its intresting that these so much different slang thankyou Jessica and partner

  • aveuch says:

    Ursula etymology; bears = ursine, like ursa major & ursa minor ✨

    Not everything revolves around Disney 😒

  • toff358 says:

    Now that was highly informative, and illustrated so many lesbian slang expressions that hadn`t particularly entered my consciousness – possibly because I`d never encountered any of them….. I feel much more enlightened now though, and will look forward to displaying my newly acquired knowledge in every social situation that I can… Don`t worry too much about being an improper lesbian Claudia; that simply shows you`re a rebel – commendable! (^_^)

  • Solange Not Knowles says:

    These girls have such Brittana vibes y/n?

  • DEZI says:

    "I think it's about a lesbian" lol 😂

  • susma khadka says:

    😂 You two have such great chemistry, it's so fun to watch you guys!

  • Teaveezed123 says:

    😂👍🏻

  • Dallas JASMINE says:

    Claudia is so beautiful. More vids with your wife please. Please do a wife tag vid or something where you answer questions about each other or something like that..

  • SolidGold says:

    Relationship Goals. I wish my future wife and I (who is not in sight :D) will be like you and Claudia 🙂 Love from Germany 😉

  • boopyh says:

    I love this video so much! you both are fab. 🙂 <3 xx

  • S Quu says:

    I thought that hundred-footer was a reference to the phrase "i wouldn't touch ___ with a 10 foot pole" and was a lesbian who is so gay she wouldn't touch a man with a hundred foot pole.

  • Renee says:

    You could cover more lesbian "categories" like goldstar, lipstick, and so on!Always fun to watch you guys!

  • LexiStar27 says:

    stone, aro, ace, pillow princess

  • Meep Meep says:

    This brings a massive smile to my face! I needed this so much today

  • MrBlackHair ¿ says:

    Omg Tilly is so cute!!!

  • MarkiyC says:

    As a fellow gay gal I love these videos, not only cause it's fun but also it is so lovely to see two married women who are happy together and love each other… it gives me hope for the future that I could also have that domestic life with my girl. Thank you ❤😊

  • Lady Dyke Vader says:

    Aw, you're always lookin' great, I love your style ^^

  • caitlin ت says:

    you two are really the cutest 💕

  • ThatKoOverThere says:

    awh you guys are simply adorable!

  • Madison Hochradel says:

    isnt she deaf

  • Sasha says:

    I've been loving your videos so much but I was really disappointed that you (implicitly) equated being fat with being unattractive

  • Sappho says:

    I'm swedish and I've NEVER heard a lesbian referred to as a "gnuggis"…

  • Chloe Jones says:

    could Jessica be anymore british

  • Jaimie Appleton says:

    But why does someone being fat make them automatically unattractive?

  • WhatsUpHufflepuff says:

    I feel like Jessica is a proper lesbian because she's well-dressed. 😛

  • Yuura Noctiluca says:

    Yuri = lily, or slang term for lesbian in Japanese
    "Zoku" is clan, and "Kazoku" (Family)

    So "Yurizoku" is "Clan of the Lilies",
    Which is a fancy way of saying "The Lesbian Community".

  • Turtle Lops says:

    jessica knows what yuri is. Oh my god thats so cute haha

  • Beth Triskaidekaphiliac says:

    It's late, but I think I can help with "Ursula"- the Latin for bear is "Ursus". A girl bear is ursa, and in Latin, that"L" or "LL" in the middle of a name means "little, semi, or junior." Love your stuff, having a lot of fun!

  • whateverjuliet says:

    YOU GUYS ARE SO CUTE I CANNOT

  • super_sad says:

    I think she meant proper as an adjective like it was "proper fun." like it was really fun or like she was really butch and was stereotypical.

  • Unpopable Bubble says:

    I do so enjoy all your videos, but I just love the ones with you two together!! Y’all’s smiles and laughter make me so happy. 😊💓👩‍❤️‍👩

  • Jeskyaa Lee says:

    Oh and stem stands for science technology engineering and mathematics 😂😂

  • - aesthetic Trash - says:

    Take a shot every time they say lesbian 😂🏳️‍🌈

  • Giles S says:

    That top is so lovely

  • Brian Godino says:

    I also thought of Science Technology Engineering Mathematics when stem came up

  • concession-card says:

    i'm always sad that lesbian slang can be bimisic (/biphobic), because it would be kind of fun otherwise! still an incredibly cute video tho :3

  • Nyli the Frenchy says:

    About your hundred footer interpretation in french we say "belle de loin, mais loin d'être belle" wich literally translate to "beautiful from afar, but far from [being] beautiful ". It's kinda cruel but funny

  • MsBlulucky says:

    in German a very masculine (and aggressive) lesbian is often referred to as a "Kampflesbe", which means fight(ing) lesbian. The word also sounds rather brutal/aggressive…

  • Rue's views says:

    a tribe of lilies is a beautiful slang

  • Salsabil H. says:

    "THAT is marriage" lmao

  • Derek says:

    Ursa major is the bear constellation, thats where ursala comes from

  • Robespierrey says:

    Your outfit though! * _ *

  • RukiahTaicho says:

    I'm Swedish-English too, and when "gnuggis" came up I lost my shit and started laughing out loud… you guys are so lovely xx

  • Roswinds says:

    Lepakko (a bit pejorative term if used by heteros) a Finnish term meaning lesbian and is used of especially butch lesbians (literally means a bat)

  • Chrisfs says:

    Ursa is the Latin for bear, so Ursula would be a lesbian who hangs out with bears

  • Emma Docherty says:

    I recently came out as gay to a lot of my family and friends they are really supporting as well as my girl friend but today during school I was offended by a boy because me and my male gay friend shared a cup cake and the 5th year saw it and said to my friend "oh well then … are you going to get a room with that lesbo", he then turned to his other friend and pointed at me and I found out that the only reason he made that assumption was because I wear trousers (which I am more comfortable wearing). I was wondering if you'd give me some advice???

  • tussilagowatching says:

    Having been on the scene for over a decade now I must say, I've never heard the term "Gnuggis" before, and Swedish is my mother tongue. To most Swedes "gnuggis" would mean temporary tattoo, you know the ones you buy as a kid and put on with a damp cloth.

  • Pituitaryn says:

    I’m new to your channel and have been binge watching your videos happily for days now but when I got to the part in this video where you equate being fat with being unattractive it felt like a punch to the gut and it made me cry. Along with all my other physical and mental disabilities I’ve had an eating disorder since I was 5 years old and I think it’s sad that you advocate for those with disabilities and those who are queer but don’t think fat lesbians deserve to be afforded the same respect and sensitivity.

  • Marina Barcellos says:

    I want to have a cute relationship like the two of them someday! It’s so hard to meet cool girls who are also interested in you 😓

  • Zan Zan says:

    Did anyone else notice that Claudia totally matches the bed (colorwise) or am I just a weirdo?

  • 1okie says:

    Outside Xbox music!

  • Johnathan M says:

    I am in love with your looks! So old fashioned chic :O

  • Sophie Harrison says:

    "Like an older fat lesbian who, like, has a younger girlfriend" LOL

  • Shala Carter says:

    Wow! I have never been disappointed in either of you until this video. Just because you are both small and gorgeous does not give you the right to attack people who are fat. I mean come on! Jessica you even did a video about loving your body no matter what it's like. Obviously that doesn't include those of us who are overweight. Sorry for offending your sensibilities!

  • Daria Prokopenko says:

    Jessixa's hair is perfection. (absolutely, added my friend Sirius.:)

  • Josefine Pedersen says:

    Haha omg I am a lesbian from Sweden and "Gnuggis" is unfortunately NOT a common used slang for a lesbian. I have never heard it before. It is however a slang for them fake tattoos you kind of have to rub onto your skin lol. The swedish word for lesbian is "lesbisk" and the slang similar to dyke is "flata" and those two are the most used words in my experience!

    I just found your channel and your videos make me really happy and smiley and they give me lots of hope <3 As someone who has been through a lot of struggles in life, you are very inspiring! And your marriage seem really sweet and I hope I'll find something as sweet one day. Thank you for the lovely videos, you just got a new subscriber 🙂 <3

  • Dewi Oude Spraakste says:

    Stem is the Dutch word for voice, so I was laughing really hard

  • In the now says:

    I offer this (hopefully constructive) criticism: 1. Hasbian is a classic example of bi erasure, and is maddening/saddening to anyone who loves or is a bisexual woman. 2. Why characterize overweight men as "chubby" (which has a cute or somewhat appealing connotation) while calling overweight women fat and unnattractive? There's enough body shaming in the world. We don't need to add to it, much less insist on a more stringent standard for people who happen to be female.

  • Maria Sharman says:

    Claudia is so pretty omg

  • anything anymore anyways says:

    as a young lesbian this channel gives me hope high key

  • carolbuzelim says:

    I can't stop looking at the dog, is so adorable

  • Gen Eventide says:

    Ursula is gorgeous

  • wendela elsa says:

    I'm a Swedish lesbian and I had no idea gnuggis was slang for lesbian in Swedish, hahah. It makes sense, though, but I wouldn't use it bc it ends with -is, and I think that makes it sound kind of childish. ^^ Btw, you imitating a Swedish accent were hillarious! XD We do NOT sound like that hahah XD <3

  • Molly1321 says:

    Your definition Ursula is better

  • Rakel Hellberg says:

    Never heard gnuggis for lesbian before, to me it just means the kind of temporary tattoo that you rub on. Guess someone needs to work on their queer slang! (Används ordet gnuggis mycket??)

  • Jeremy Queere says:

    My cousin is a hasbian, she now has a kid and lives with her fiancè (who is a man)

  • Space Gay says:

    youre so sickly sweet with each other it reminds me of me and my wife lmao

  • Piper Sparrow says:

    I know this video is super old, but Ursula probably comes from the Latin word for bear, "ursa"! The literal meaning of the name Ursula is "little bear"

  • ThatDutchguy says:

    Dwerg in Dutch or Dwarf in English,…..that's a butch rather square/heavy build lesbian with very male construction worker or outdoors man style of clothing.

  • Maureen_16 says:

    Lol I love this video so much! I knew almost all of these only because I've binged watched all 6 seasons of the l word

  • Tahi Atea Kentwell says:

    Idk if this is the reasoning, but ursa=bear so ursula being a woman who hangs out with bears makes sense linguistically haha

  • David MacDowell Blue says:

    Um…Jennifer? That is a pretty spectacular look! You remind me of two actress friends of mine, both of whom have that same slender elegance/style at their command (when they want). 03:24 I would guess this comes from the derivation of the name, i.e. Ursa the Bear. Maybe?

  • Katsumi Morales says:

    Omg Jessica's outfit is so pretty

  • Ari Multhauf says:

    "Hasbian" is commonly a bit biphobic, for the record, so I don't recommend picking it up for regular use (obviously bi or pansexual identifying women who previously identified as lesbians are only lesbians in the past tense, but I don't think I've ever heard the word used in a non-pejorative way that tends to erase bi and pansexuality).

  • Jayshay smith says:

    Ursula is very handsome/ beautiful don’t know what you’ll are talking about

  • Ash MCcGill says:

    Has-bian = a bisexual then

  • Amber Johnson says:

    Love Jessica's top in this, can anyone help me out with brand?

  • Cole Mclaren says:

    Omg I am LOVING the blue dress with the red hair, looking fabulous!

  • sipos0 says:

    It is odd to me that (in various videos) Claud talks as if she hasn't been a lesbian all of her life. Presumably some people do have fluid sexuality, but it sounds like Claudia just didn't realise she was a lesbian. Maybe my impression is wrong here. It'd be interesting if Claudia explained. Just me being nosey/curious though really.

  • Jessica Ågren says:

    I'm Swedish but I've never heard that term before lmao, I love it

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