A guide to thirst commenting in 2022

Of “fleasack Era” became the “Flop Era” in 2022 a year of epochs. But none left a bigger mark than Not okay Actor Dylan O’Brien. The actor upped the ante and shook us out of our sad girly state by tweeting two words: “slut era.”

His tweet initiated a horny atmosphere in everyone who came into contact with his powerful words. But as much as we wanted to embrace our slut eras, we often fell short. This discrepancy between expectations and reality led to a meme where Twitter users declared the slut era followed by something blatantly un-slut like, see you again Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban or to see if your crush has seen your story.

But there was one area where we’ve consistently risen to O’Brien’s challenge: thirst commenting.

Being horny on the main is widely accepted since at least 2018 and the thirst-tweet economy has become increasingly competitive. Of 2019, violence became the mainstream way to express his appeal (“kick me in the neck,” “run me over with a bus,” break my back like a glowstick.) While that level of aggression remains fundamental to the genre, we have evolved us to heights of horniness coupled with self-inflicted pain and the stench of despair.To express even a modicum of excitement these days, a sense of drama is a must.


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Here are some of the key vocabulary and phrases used to express thirst in 2022. You’ll find that it’s identical to the average hot person’s comments section on TikTok.


“He’s so babygirl” is the new one submissive and breedable, a phrase used to describe when a man is so originally attractive that you want to take care of him that went mainstream in 2021. Babygirl a term of endearment for when a man is cute, comfortable in his manhood, or evocatively weak. Women reclaimed babygirl and used it as an adjective to infantilize adult men.


In the past, racism was conjured up on the Internet by barking or throwing guns. Now you might bark or wuss in the replies of someone you feel strong animalistic attraction to.


Like Babygirl, Boyfriend was used in a stimulating and invigorating way this year. Friend was a job description and an adjective. “He’s such a friend here” is a tried-and-true response to an image or video fueling the “we’re together” delusions.

Don’t ask me the color of anything

This saying was a popular TikTok comment Late last year and still holding up strong. It’s used when horny tunnel vision sets in and you can only focus on the person in question… or even their specific body part.

I sat

I’m tired of implying respect for someone’s erotic gravitas. A clip out in May island of love Season 3 went viral where Olivia tells Chris She’s done talking. Chris replies, “Sit back down.” To which Olivia replies, “I sat.” In the 138,000+ videos on TikTok, the snippet is used to express who you would unequivocally obey by showing their photo when Chris says “Sit back down.” Users have shortened the soundbite to be used in comment form.

Just got down on my knees (In a Walmart)

It’s no longer enough to say that you feel bad. In 2022 we became descriptive and we became specific. “I just fell to my knees in a Walmart” is for when you’re so overcome with desire that the horny language of the textbook couldn’t even begin to describe what you’re going through. The statement encapsulates the theatrics and madness that a good thirst trap evokes, and is part of a genre of sayings that’s sweeping the internet.

Synonyms are “Gnawing off my own arm,” “Break down as we speak,” “Just collapsed,” “I have to focus on my breathing to calm myself,” “Knees tremble, eyes roll, toes curl,” “Changed the course of my life,” “Bite your fist,” “Pass out,” “I am dizzy,” “I can’t do this now,” “I feel not good,” “Lord, I’m not your strongest soldier,” “blowing air,” “Bang my head against the wall,” “Dramatically slides down the wall,” “Dangerously horny,” “Help,” “I’m sick“, The list goes on.

Just moaned out loud

You get the gist.

We can’t mention “just moaned out loud” without acknowledging his older sister.I didn’t mean to moan like that, my goodness‘, a phrase popularized by a popular reaction meme. The meme in question an auto-selfie by internet comedian Casey Frey, of course, overlaid with “I didn’t mean to moan like that, bro” in blue text. Both expressions convey a lack of control in response to a stimulus.

Kicking and giggling

So dizzy you might even twirl your hair.

Yes Boss

A defining lusty moment of the year was the release of The bear on Hello this summer. In it, an intricately tattooed Jeremy Allen White portrays Carmy, a stressed-out gourmet chef who inherited his late brother’s sandwich shop…in a tight white T-shirt. Carmy is optically the perfect bastard and it woke something up in many viewers, so much so that some have christened the summer of 2022 “Hotline chef summer.” And maybe the sexiest part of the show was that intensity with whom he ran the sandwich shop and managed his staff, to which everyone replied, “Yes, chef.” Horny watchers were dying to be on the receiving end of those commands, forever changing the connotation of that phrase (and responses to Allen White’s images on Twitter).


Sometimes it’s more effective to leave some things to the (dirty) imagination of the internet. “I want her to do it [redacted] and [redacted] until they [redacted]’ does exactly that. [Redacted] is just one example of this failsafe method of thirst chirping. The approach makes the unspoken so loud.

Synonyms are “*****,” “When I speak –,” “Lots to think about,” “I could say something,” “Listen,” “It’s better not to wake anything up in me,” and “The things I would let her do to me.”


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With one simple word, you can explain that you’re going to bang, no questions asked.

Like most things, Smash has been re-entered the internet’s horny lexicon thanks to a TikTok sound. Last December, users @qezzg and @fizag01 sent a video with a Peppa Pig character filter. It landed on Peppa Pig and one said “Smash”. The other replied, “Suzie!” To which she replied, “Wait, what was the game? Smash or Pass?” With over 39,000 videos and counting, it’s become a popular sound to use in response to any photo or video where you’re so overwhelmed by your attraction you can’t focus on anything else. And if you’re too lazy to make an entire video about your interest, a great comment will do.

Can’t wait to see what 2023 brings, we keep reaching new heights of horniness!

https://mashable.com/article/horny-dictionary-2022 A guide to thirst commenting in 2022

Zack Zwiezen

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