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Definition of L's



  • L's is when someone loses or something bad happens to them. A term coined by Donald Trump on his show "The Apprentice" even though bosses used it all the time before.Now anyone who watched five minutes of it thinks it's THE ABSOLUTE SHIT and uses it to say "YOU SUCK!" or "LOSER!"

    - L's, you lose! - You can't spell Martha McSally without two L's -- Matt Gaetz, on Warroom Pandemic 11/19/2020 hour one.

    Last edited on Nov 19 2020. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 19 2020.

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