A reference to the lyrics from RuPaul’s song “Peanut Butter,” which suggest that a promiscuous woman spreads her thighs like peanut butter. Agree or disagree? A term used to describe the hip, butt, and breast padding worn by drag queens to give the illusion of curves.
The act of a Heterosexual man playing or acting as a Homosexual man or doing homosexual acts in return for payment. n. An event in which someone has been propositioned or hired to appear or work at. n. A situtation during the time a drag queen is in drag.
It can be hard to spread, especially if the peanut butter starts to separate. Then it’s time to stir. Why do you have to stir peanut butter up? Peanut oil is liquid at room temperature, so after a while it’ll pool at the top while the bottom of the jar gets dry and cakey. You’ll need to mix it back up again to keep it spreadable and tasting right.
A reference to the lyrics from RuPaul’s song “Peanut Butter,” which suggest that a promiscuous woman spreads her thighs like peanut butter. Agree or disagree?
What does “bacon” mean in drag?
n. When a drag queen wears flower petals which resemble strips of bacon. The term was coined by Kelly Mantle on Season 6 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, when panel judge Michelle Visage accused her of wearing bacon on her dress.
n. A main challenge featured on most seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race, where contestants are challenged to present their best and funniest celebrity impersonations. The name and format of the challenge are a parody of the popular 1960s-1970s celebrity panel game show “The Match Game”; the term “Snatch” is a vulgar reference to a woman’s vagina.
v. A battle between two contestants on RuPaul’s Drag Race who have placed in the Bottom 2 and are up for elimination where they must lip-sync to a song in order to impress RuPaul and stay in the competition.
The four qualities RuPaul looks for in a drag queen, contestants must uphold C.U.N.T in order to win both mini, and main challenges. The queen with the most C.U.N.T snatches the show.
adj. A term used to describe a drag queen’s fashion which is considered to appear as if it were meant to be worn as a Halloween costume, or was purchased at a Halloween costume shop. The term was used by Phi Phi O’Hara as an insult to fellow contestant Sharon Needles on RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 4. i.e.
adj. A term used by drag queens meaning to possess a good, intense, satisfying, powerful, or beautiful quality.
n. A vulgar reference to a woman’s vagina, which is known as a “box” in slang terms, the big pink furry box is a prop used during RuPaul’s Drag Race Untucked, which holds cards, photos, objects or clues to assist contestants during a party game, or before the playing of a video message.
What is a drag queen?
A term used to describe a visually unattractive drag queen. Often used to describe a queen who has sloppy makeup, hair, or outfits. The opposite of a “Heather.”. 261. 76.
But the hardest part about keeping up as a newbie has to be all of the drag queen terminology -especially since most words already have common meanings in English, like booger, cakes, clock, fishy, flipper, and peanut butter.
What is a drag mother?
drag mother (n.): an experienced drag queen who acts as a mentor and guide to a greener drag queen
chanté, you stay (interjection): what RuPaul says to the drag queen who is one of the bottom two contestants, but is saved and moves on to the next round after lipsyncing for her life (see also lipsync for life, sashay away)
booger (n.): a non-stereotypically attractive drag queen, whose success tends to be attributed to her stage presence versus appearance (see also heather)
It is a play on the salutation coined by contestant Keisha on MTV’s bisexual dating series A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila: “ Hey, girl, hey! ”
Professional makeup artist Sutan (known for his appearances throughout America’s Next Top Model) showed his true colors as drag queen Raja in Season 3 of RuPaul’s Drag Race and shared with his fellow contestants a term for non-blended eye makeup.
Shangela Laquifa Wadley had spent only five months on the drag scene before appearing on Season 2 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. Though she didn’t last long, her “Halleloo” catchphrase left quite the impression and she returned with a vengeance to compete on the show’s third season.
What percent of peanut butter is peanut butter?
Federal regulators first set the definition of peanut butter at 95 percent peanuts, five percent sweeteners, oils, and other stuff. Because that’s what peanut butter is, the FDA reasoned. It’s peanuts.
Peanut oil is liquid at room temperature, so after a while it’ll pool at the top while the bottom of the jar gets dry and cakey. You’ll need to mix it back up again to keep it spreadable and tasting right.
It’s used in tons of foods, but for our purposes it means the oil won’t separate and rise to the top. No stirring required. That innovation made Skippy the No. 1 peanut butter brand in the country for decades.
That is, until you don’t. It can be hard to spread, especially if the peanut butter starts to separate. Then it’s time to stir.
It’s true. Take a closer look at that label: It’s Jif Natural Peanut Butter Spread with 90 percent peanuts. It uses palm oil as a stabilizer, but that’s not one of the FDA’s “optional ingredients” for foods labelled “peanut butter.”. So in order to get a “natural” product, you have to eat a “peanut butter spread.”.