The first time I heard the word Larry was when my old boss said it to me. I bumped into him and he yelled, “Watch out, Larry!” I wondered who Larry was and then I realized he was talking to me. I just started saying it for anyone that bugged me. If someone cuts in front of you in line you can just say, “What’s up, Larry?” You can use it all the time. If someone’s bugging you or in your way, they are a Larry. It’s always negative and funny. Actually, most of the time someone acting like a Larry is named Larry. So it works out.

Milton | Age: 33 | Occupation: Tattoo Artist | Lives: O.B.

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srs March 31, 2008 @ 5:11 p.m.

In high school when someone had to ride in the car trunk, we called it "sitting Larry"

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