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This page is a list of all common slang and terminology that the streamers of Vinesauce use.

If there is demand for a term it will be added.

Technical

Emanuel Blast
Vinny is confirmed to have used the term "manual blast" in reference to corrupting software as early as his Corruption Stockpile for the Vinesauce 2015 Charity Stream to benefit PCRF. It is official terminology in at least one of his corrupting programs, and means to "manually blast", or raise the corruption level of a game manually rather than via auto-corruption settings. Because of its strange nature it became the butt of many of Vinny's jokes.
Shovelware
When referred to in a gaming setting, a piece of shovelware is any low-budget, poor-quality game released in the hopes of being purchased by unsuspecting consumers.[1] Vinny's Shovelware Showcase features these exclusively. For some well-known examples of shovelware see here.
VOD
Abbreviation for "video on demand." Twitch and similar streaming services allow users to download video files of their streams, although its limitations make Fullsauce channels on YouTube a more ideal option for preserving Vinesauce streams.
VOD-mute
Also applies to past tense, such as "I hope the VOD doesn't get muted." Starting August 7, 2014, [2] Twitch began implementing steps (similarly to Google) to avoid cases of copyright infringement, meaning that if a copyrighted soundtrack is detected in a stream by Audible Magic's database, the VOD of that stream will have all background audio muted for up to half an hour from the infringing track's end, with the streamer's voice audible. An example of this can be found in one of Joel's M.U.G.E.N. streams, during which he plays a YouTube video in the background to accompany The Duane's dancing. (citation needed)
XSplit
XSplit is the program used by the Vinesauce team to focus the stream on certain areas of their screens, and can be resized and adjusted accordingly. This is helpful for games that don't window properly, or for focusing on a particular YouTube clip being shown.

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Limesalicious uploaded a video October 8, 2012 titled [Vinesauce] Limes - Xsplit Abuse is Not Ok which showed off the program's capabilities when used as an overlay for a Putt-Putt game. Its popularity was impressive enough for the official XSplit YouTube channel to comment on the video.[3] (On an unrelated note, YouTube Gaming recognizes the game being played as Club Penguin.)
One of the most frequently asked questions by Vinesauce viewers happens to be what this program is called.

Slang

Vinesauce Joel Logo.png AGGA
A nonsense phrase from an incident during a BRB when an error in Joel's XSplit caused his programs to lock up while he was superimposing text over the Mac and Me McDonald's dance party scene. During his panic to fix his issue, Joel accidentally leaves the letters "AGGA" on the screen, while the Star Wars theme was loudly blaring in the background on loop. This later resulted in the Twitch chat spamming "AGGA" whenever the Star Wars theme is played or when Joel runs into technical difficulties.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Babby games
Family-friendly or E-rated games that Vinny usually streams, typically those made by Nintendo.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Bep
Any loud noise that Vinny makes.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Binyot
An intentional misspelling of Vinny's name. This is related to Vinny's gag of speaking in a thick European accent with broken English.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Buvvins
A mythical place in the sky where Ralph Bluetawn seeks to "yiff" in Second Life.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Clownjob
A sexual act involving clowns. It originated from Vinesauce Tomodachi Life, where Vinny suspects Clown and Clown Lady of doing this often.
Vinesauce Joel Logo.png Fecal funny
Bad toilet humour. The term originated in Joel's initial playthrough stream of an actual 7 Grand Dad cartridge in which a glitched animation of Grand Dad makes it appear that the character is laughing. Joel tries to come up with terrible "diarrhea jokes" to get Grand Dad to laugh to, and the chat comes up with the fictitious site fecalfunny.com. Later in the stream, the domain http://www.fecalfunny.com was purchased and redirected to Joel's Twitch.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Jabroni
A loser. Vinny sometimes calls himself and his Mii clones this for self-deprecation. It actually came from a wrestling term, used to describe a performer whose job is to lose.
Vinesauce Joel Logo.png Jobel
An intentional misspelling of Joel's name, often used by fans who spam his chat. The name originated from when Joel worked at a daycare, where one of the children called him "Jobel".[4]
Vinesauce Joel Logo.png Lidl
A German supermarket chain that sells generic brand products. Joel tends to bring up Lidl whenever seeing a bootleg imitation of a product. It is also a funny-sounding name.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Lizard
A synonym for penis. In his Binyot accent, Vinny would sometimes say that his "lizard is wet".
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Mahina pea
Lunala's verbal cry in Pokémon Moon. Whenever Lunala says this, Vinny would repeat it loudly with an exaggerated voice. It means "full moon" in Hawaiian.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Meat
A puppet earthworm character featured in a 1999 commercial for MSN. It is used by Vinny as a euphemism for the penis.
Vinesauce Joel Logo.png Pomp the mooscles
Bulk Bogan's catchphrase from Hard Time. He frequently says this when he is lifting dumbbells.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Quackjob
To masturbate while making duck noises. Vinny supposedly did this while in the Scoot Room during his New Leaf streams.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Robertsons
A euphemism for breasts regularly used by Vinny in numerous different 'stream genres', it is presumed this term is a gradual corruption of "Boobs", which became "Bobs", and therefore "Robertsons".
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Scro
A combination of "scrotum" and "bro".
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Scunt
(Assumingly) a combination of "scrotum" and "cunt".
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Schüt
"Shoot" but spelled with a "ü". This term is used by Vinny and fans to describe any shooter games, such as Doom and Call of Duty.
Vinesauce Joel Logo.png Snusk
Swedish for "filth". The term originated from Joel's stream on Gamer Protein Powders, in which he sees a one-star review for the Swedish protein powder "The Butcher", that simply says "snusk" and was the only review listed for the product. This led Joel to discover a series of overtly edgy ads for the product. Related terms include muskelslakt (muscle slaughter), the hashtag for promoting The Butcher; and Joel Juice, a concoction of protein powder, laxatives, and Viagra known to make one "shit out their boner".
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Soot
A fan gag name for Captain Southbird. Related terms include Sootbird.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Speed Luigi
Originating from Vinny's Windows 93 stream on December 5, 2016,[5] Vinny used a Windows Paint/Photoshop inspired piece of software to hastily create an image of Luigi after drawing a penis on the screen. He later tweeted the image as a GIF file. Speed Luigi became its own character in the Vinesauce Miitopia series, being a long lost brother of Hotel Mario.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Speen
An intentional misspelling of the word "spin". Vinny often says this in his Binyot accent whenever he is spinning in a game.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Terminal 7
A hideous neurological condition best described as the "seventh stage of brain cancer", where one's head becomes extremely inflated. It came from Vinny's corruption stream of Super Mario 64.
Vinesauce Vinny Logo.png Zip zoom
Scoot's catchphrase from Animal Crossing. Vinny often says it in his duck voice.

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