Love Island sex jargon: NVQ manicure – what the islanders are really preparing

After Tasha and Andrew teased fans about their antics at the hideout, the temperature in the Love Island mansion is running high. As viewers await another summer of sex, we decode the Islanders’ love language

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Love Island: Tasha tells the girls what happened at the hideout

Each year, the Love Island gang comes up with new ways to describe being busy between sheets of paper.

Their curious codes already include the NVQ scale and football terminology.

Fans would be forgiven for needing a dictionary to decipher it all – so we’ve put together a helpful guide.


After their steamy meeting at the hideout, Tasha Ghourie denied she did it with Andrew Le Page.

“I just did his nails,” she growled.

The girls in the mansion thought the ‘code’ was hilarious as Tasha gestured with her hand to fully explain what she meant.

However, fans on Twitter were appalled by the fluidity.

They think that the contestant ruined the beauty process for them.

She just gave him a ‘manicure’

Meanwhile, Dami asks Andrew if Tasha has ‘touched his telescope’.

We hope you’re keeping up.

NVQ . Terminology

This started with last year’s contestant Faye Winter, who coined the phrase for her antics with Teddy.

The input level of NVQ is a low level while NVQ 3 will be a full level.

Fans who want to use the code in the sentence will say, “I received an NVQ2 with Teddy last night.”

Oh my!

Faye starts feature film NVQ



Football Code

Islander Chloe Burrows explains that “One All” is testing each other out with your partner.

“One all. You did something, I did something, we both had a very happy ending,” she explained.

Chloe and Toby are still strong a year after meeting at the mansion, so it seems the principle of sharing is working for them.

However, “one zero” is when only one of the two benefits – selfish, we say.

Chloe explains football terminology



The Broken Eagle

In his first conversation with angler Luca Bish, paramedic Paige Thorne made a surprising confession.

Wonders of Wales, 24, revealed her favorite sex spot is Broken Eagle.

According to Paige, this move involves lying on the bed with one leg extended and the other bent at the knee.

That sounds like a lot of effort.

Paige reveals her favorite spot is Broken Eagle


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Sticking with sex positions and a fish theme, Luca tells Paige his favorite move is the Oyster.

Luca reveals his favorite sex position


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“My man, my favorite sex position is the oyster? Your legs are like they’re up in the air…”, he mused.

With his job, he should have a lot of experience.

Association Do Bits / DBS

Association Do Bits , also known as DBS, is a club only for Islanders members who have officially joined the mansion.

The club was founded in 2018 by Wes Nelson Island after he knew Laura Anderson A little better.

Sadly the pair didn’t last long and Laura has now been paired with Dane Bowers in Dubai.

Wes Nelson founded the club DBS


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F *** y flutters

This is one of Maura Higgins’.

The former ring girl told the contestants that she gets emotional when she sees a guy she likes.

After that struggling moment with Tommy on the sofa, we dread the thought of what’s going on in…her mind.

That’s what it is


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That’s what it is

Probably our favorite quote since Love Island started.

First coined by Sherif Lanre on Season Five when there were no girls to follow for him in the savage premiere, that basically means there’s nothing you can do about it.

The islanders continue to use this phrase, perfectly summarizing the light-hearted approach they should adopt to the whole experience.

Love Island is airing on ITV2 at 9 pm

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