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Definition of a looky-loo

looky-loo

noun

  • one who slows and/or stops to observe the tragedies occurring to others around them; the bane of an Emergency Services worker's (Fire Fighter, EMS, Police) existence.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Thomas S. on Dec 06 2004.

  • A person who wastes a salesperson'time browsing with no intention of making a purchase.

    Last edited on Feb 04 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Feb 04 2017.

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