Moist Thread


#1

Some people (women really) seem to have an unnatural aversion to the word. Is this really a thing?


#2

are you ok?


#3

There’s been an incident at work involving the word ‘moist’. Just curious


#4

I’m not sure it’s really a word used much outside of filth.

Like you’d describe objects as damp or wet nowadays


#5

there used to be a shop in a shopping centre in Southampton called Moist. Not a sex shop.


#6

That actually would be a genius name: “Moist. (Not A Sex Shop.)”


#7

Appearance from Vincent Kompany at the start:


#8

Really?

I am reclaiming this word for people who are unable to make others moist!


#9

It’s fine when describing cake. Sometimes.


#10

You’re moist fam

(not really just had to sneak that in somewhere)


#11

I think it was started by a comedy sketch by French & Saunders. Because they’re women and it spoke to them, other women have latched onto it. But it’s got to a point now where most women who say this don’t know where it started. I’ve heard it said by numerous women friends.


#12

Dapper Laughs used ‘proper moist’ a lot as a catchphrase so I think he ruined it for many women.


#13

A barbers near where I work called itself Dapper Cut’s. Closed down after less than a year. Surprised? No.


#14

You may be surprised to hear that I fully support people being moist.


#15

Not in the least bit tbqh


#16

It only makes me think of really delicious cake.


#17

I don’t really know what anyone is talking about.

EDIT: … ever.


#18

One of my favourite literary characters is Moist Von Lipwig


#19

sorry witches :grimacing:


#20

So you should be.