The following lists and defines terms used by members of the Game Society Pimps and their fans. Please add new terms and phrases to the list and help our fellow fans, new and old, become familiar with the Game Society Pimps lingo.
Beer and Board GamesEdit
An improv comdey show show co-founded and produced by Aaron. See Beer and Board Games (Beer and Board Games Wiki).
Blame Society FilmsEdit
Originally Blame Society Productions. Founded by Aaron, they created many famous comedy series such as Chad Vader and Beer and Board Games. See Blame Society Films (Blame Society Films Wiki).
Bucket of Pee, Bucket of PooEdit
A potentially new YouTube channel name jokingly considered by members of Game Society. They have made numerous references to creating this YouTube channel, highlighting the futility in continuing with their own channel. Game Society has complied with YouTube's monetization policies however they feel that YouTube has not kept up with their side of the bargain.
See Aaron Yonda § Bio (Beer and Board Games Wiki).
See Chaos Chicken.
Chicken, "Kill the chickens"Edit
See "Kill the chickens."
Aaron's previous Gamertag on his Xbox. He came up with this name in a Skyrim For Pimps episode of the same name (Skyrim For Pimps Wiki). His previous Uplay display name was "Diabetes Jones."
While Emre is usually well-natured, there have been a few cases where Emre falls into a fit of rage. One example is the infamous 7 Days to Die roof scene, when Aaron loses half of Emre's food and water in a bee corpse (example 1) and later when Aaron loses all his bullets (example 2). Emre Rage can also be alcohol induced, as can be evidenced in the Evil Within 2 live stream (example 3).
EmreCon is a fictional event featuring Emre Cihangir. Unlike a typical convention, the host of the convention Emre prefers low turnout. His conventions are only attended by his cats, not even his girlfriend is allowed even though his convention is held at Emre's apartment. The whole concept of EmreCon was conceived because both Aaron and Adam appear at conventions for their respective organizations, Blame Society Films and Adam Koralik's YouTube Channel, and people suggested Emre have one as well.
Exploding Barrels, "There are no exploding barrels in this level."Edit
Farmer pickup linesEdit
Aaron was raised on a farm, causing him to use farmer pickup lines frequently (example 1).
Game Society FilmsEdit
Game Society Pimps' old channel (2011 - 2012)
James Society PeachEdit
An alternative name jokingly considered by Game Society Pimps. First referenced in a Watch Dogs live stream. Emre starts questioning whether "Game Society Pimps" was a good name to use (source). "James Society Peach" was suggested at this moment (source).
The YouTube thumbs up button. A term used by Emre to cater to the younger crowd, originated during the live show featuring Evil Within 2 (source). The term is commonly used in the phrase to as "Smash that Likey-Boi."
Lisa, "You're Tearing Me Apart, Lisa" (The Room)Edit
Infamous line from Tommy Wiseau's cult classic The Room. Origin of how it became popular with Game Society is unknown although Game Society has referenced the title in their P.T. gameplay (source).
City in the U.S. where Aaron lives. For unknown reasons, Adam hates the city.
A Chicago based liquor (made with wormwood) used to torture Aaron and Emre in the Live Shows. Another Chicago based liquor called Ethel’s Eye of Newt Cordial (made with mustard seed) was later purchased for the same reason. See Malort.
Also rolfing. A comedy technique often likened to "word vomiting." Invented by the Blame Society Films, a board game was later created based off of it (source). The term "rolphing" is explained in detail by the inventors (source). See Rolphing (Beer and Board Wiki).
Spiel a little DotaEdit
A line from the song called "DotA" by DJ Basshunter. The phrase was popularized by Game Society fans after Game Society appeared on a Meltdown Shopping Network infomercial (source).
A character from Game Society's P.T. gameplay. Aaron nicknames the baby in the sink "whale baby." The term later becomes Game Society lingo for the YouTube like button. See Game Society Glossary § Likey-Boi.