MOIST - Does this word bother you?

MOIST - Does this word bother you?

CAKES CAKES
I have recently heard that many people do not like the word moist. If you are bothered by this word, please leave a comment explaining why.
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9ers girl , CharlotteNicole , OH&W, Lovebears , DancerKittyKat , C&K0143 , MrClark , Inquisitor , Vnessa , Andykh , RobbieVibrates , Rossie
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CharlotteNicole CharlotteNicole
I've also heard people talk about their discomfort with the word "moist".
I got the impression that it's just very expressive and maybe a little too dirty for some people?
I find it pretty perplexing. I think that if anything, it's sexy.
05/11/2016
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
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Originally posted by CAKES
I have recently heard that many people do not like the word moist. If you are bothered by this word, please leave a comment explaining why.
Cakes,

Never heard of this. Of course we don't discuss sexual things with anyone we know. Can you give an example or use it in context ?
05/11/2016
The-IT-Guy-And-My-Secretary The-IT-Guy-And-My-Secretary
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Originally posted by CAKES
I have recently heard that many people do not like the word moist. If you are bothered by this word, please leave a comment explaining why.
LOL!

If you are saying bothered... the answer is yes BUT I dont dislike the word.

Let me give you an example...

I am also bothered by the word slacks.

Truth is the word slacks bothers me more than moist LOL!

However I think you will find women are the biggest component of hating the word.

Keep in mind the connotation and what it is being compared to.
05/11/2016
DancerKittyKat DancerKittyKat
I actually find this word kinda hot. If my SO said, "Look how moist your pussy is getting," I think that I might just melt!
05/11/2016
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
The last time I heard the word "moist" was in reference to a cake.

Does that mean to some women they also don't like the word, wet ?
05/11/2016
MrClark MrClark
This came up in a conversation at work recently in relation to a teacher being fired for using the word vagina to describe artworks of technically the female vulva. I find it kind of outrageous. So conversation turned to the concept of another article recently related to a study of words people dislike w/ "moist" being one of them. I think it all depends on context vs a word being problematic on it's own. I think limiting educators from using the medical or actual names for human anatomy is kind of absurd. Just like using moist to describe cake, soil, etc makes sense and doesn't have any sexual connotation.

But I joked inline with DancerKittyKat's comment, that "moist vagina" might be a more sexualized usage of the two words. But honestly depends on the imagery that the hearer connects to the word regardless of the context that can lead to a sexual perception. Also, most of the people I know who dislike the word moist tend to be more sexually repressed.
05/11/2016
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by OH&W, Lovebears
Cakes,

Never heard of this. Of course we don't discuss sexual things with anyone we know. Can you give an example or use it in context ?
How's this for context? James' brow was moist from completing 2 miles around the track in under 12 minutes. Imediatly after the 2 miles he successfully completed 15 pushups. It was around the 6th push up his armpits and lower back became moist. With the moisture collecting on his shirt, you could tell he had been exerting his maximum effort.
05/11/2016
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
Quote:
Originally posted by Inquisitor
How's this for context? James' brow was moist from completing 2 miles around the track in under 12 minutes. Imediatly after the 2 miles he successfully completed 15 pushups. It was around the 6th push up his armpits and lower back became ...
No, I meant where it might be interrupted as possibly disturbing someone.



After doing some reading, perhaps some are bothered when describing certain body parts. Moist it in the top 6 or words found disturbing to women.

I can tell you moisture is a bad word to a homeowner. Moisture in the dual pane windows or in the walls. Moist basements are bad. Ok, I'm a litte off topic now. Sorry,
05/12/2016
MrClark MrClark
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Originally posted by OH&W, Lovebears
No, I meant where it might be interrupted as possibly disturbing someone.



After doing some reading, perhaps some are bothered when describing certain body parts. Moist it in the top 6 or words found disturbing to women.

I ...
This is when "derailed memes" show up. I assume you mean interpreted?

I was talking with my girlfriend after posting here and was like it is a very descriptive word that I think everyone has a visceral reaction to. So kind of depends on the pre-conceived representations you have for the word that leads to potentially sexual or disturbing reactions to the word, even if used in a non-sexual context. This isn't much different than any other bias we might have either consciously or subconsciously that shape the we react to people, things, words, etc.

But agree, a moist basement is kind of gross... But my issue is more now with the state of the basement than the word moist
05/12/2016
OH&W, Lovebears OH&W, Lovebears
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Originally posted by MrClark
This is when "derailed memes" show up. I assume you mean interpreted?

I was talking with my girlfriend after posting here and was like it is a very descriptive word that I think everyone has a visceral reaction to. So kind of ...
MrClark,
I agree with you wholeheartedly. It does depend on previous conception. And how one heard or used it in context before. I asked my wife what pops in her mind and she said moist chicken or tender meat. I also asked what if referred to a women. She said vagina.
05/13/2016
Vnessa Vnessa
There is a girl at work that it will bother her in any context and it cracks me up. I just don't think about it until after I've said it and she gets that look of horror. I just laugh and it's almost like you can't stop saying it after that
05/13/2016
Inquisitor Inquisitor
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Originally posted by Vnessa
There is a girl at work that it will bother her in any context and it cracks me up. I just don't think about it until after I've said it and she gets that look of horror. I just laugh and it's almost like you can't stop saying it after that
I would have so much fun messing with her.
05/14/2016
RobbieVibrates RobbieVibrates
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Originally posted by DancerKittyKat
I actually find this word kinda hot. If my SO said, "Look how moist your pussy is getting," I think that I might just melt!
YUM!
05/14/2016
Rossie Rossie
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Originally posted by CAKES
I have recently heard that many people do not like the word moist. If you are bothered by this word, please leave a comment explaining why.
Maybe those people prefer the word "juicy".
05/15/2016
RobbieVibrates RobbieVibrates
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Originally posted by RobbieVibrates
woops, I thought I added this, but I forgot
* moist is a function that compliments both parties involved I say...
* maybe I am unique, but I've been know to actually get 'moist' during erotic play yes, google it, it does happen, so moist is good!!
05/15/2016
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