Love Island's favourite fishmonger Luca Bish has had fans scrambling to the Google search bar after he dropped the phrase "elephant juice" to partner Gemma Owen during a recent episode of the ITV2 reality show.

Whatever it means, 19 year old Gemma seemed pretty happy to hear the two words after the latest recoupling, however utterly random they sounded to viewers.

Coded conversations have become popular amongst Islanders over the years, and this years contestants are no different.

They have been keeping their cards close to their chests when discussing the different levels of their loved-up relationship s.

But what is "elephant juice" and why is Luca reserving the phrase for international dressage rider Gemma, and Gemma alone?

Fan theories online seem to have come up trumps with the perfect explanation.

One viewer took to Twitter with their thoughts: “Oh my gosh. Is elephant juice the way Luca and Gemma are saying they love each other?”

While others remain just as confused, tweeting: “What’s up with the “elephant juice”, must be an inside joke #LoveIsland."

Another wrote: “Nahhh, Gemma & Luca are not saying elephant juice.”

It comes after Luca recently admitted that he might be ready to declare his love for Gemma following her sexy performance in the racy heart rate challenge.

After her dance in a black leotard and stockings, he gushed: “Listen, you know when there’s moments when they say that’s when you realised that you love someone…

“I thought it… I could have just had that! F**king hell.”

Love Island continues every night at 9pm on ITV2 and is available to stream on ITV HUB.

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