The Corruption: Corruption streams, started by Vinny and in which he uses a data munging tool from Zophar's domain (later dropped in favor of the in-house developed Vinesauce Corruptor, with more features) to inject noise inside a game's ROM, in an attempt to create Nightmare Fuel.
Innocent Innuendo: After all the intentionally questionable drawings in the Game and Wario stream (including one that's obviously a sock on a penis which even Vinny predicted would be the end), what got him banned?
Vinny, streaming A Link To The Past, absentmindedly claimed that he would give the stream to Turtls if he couldn't beat the final dungeon in under 20 minutes. This was followed by a moment of silence as he realized what he said.
After that, for a whole day, the site was renamed Turtlesauce.
When faced with hard jumps, streamers are encouraged to JUMP THE CHASM.
Sufficiently creepy body horror is called terminal seven.
A lot of the users each have their own.
Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After having a wonderful time with an alpaca dating simulator, Vinny gives Go! Go! Nippon! ~My First Trip to Japan~ a try, hoping for the same experience. He quits before getting to any of the suggestive scenes.
As the sheer horror of the giant floating eye in The Fantastic Game is revealed to Vinny, he simply decides to "nope" out.
Sensory Abuse: A lot of the music and noises on Vinny's corrupted runs are extremely loud. Made all the worse that they pop up at random with no warning.
Stylistic Suck: Vinny apparently likes to stream fangames of very dubious quality for their comedy value, a trend that started with THE FANTASTIC GAME, made by resident Cloud Cuckoo Lander viewer Fantasticaneer. He has once dubbed these games to be of the "Egg-like" genre, after a particular scene of this game.
Surreal Humor: Between the fan games, corruptions, fucked up mods and just plain odd games, this is something this site lives on.
Tempting Fate: While creating Miis on one of his streams, Vinny made the mistake of saying, as he had the Wii-U scan a Mii's picture, "This is foolproof, there's no way it can screw this up..." The end result looked nothing like the original Mii.