The origin of LAL is known to be from the north west of england, in a highly academic private school called stonyuhrst college.
The words definition is known as the "Look And Leave"
The words tense and meaning are fixed and can only be applied in one context. It is a highly elite technique to be used only by the most experienced work veterans.
When extremely hard questions are set for a pupil, either in a test, exam or piece of work, a question said to put off the pupil to such an extent that the mere sight of it causes him to abandon any attempt at completing the question it is known as a LAL
The teachers who set these questions often make incredibly poor attempts at passing the question off as easy or "GCSE".
often used in place of LOL...so someone could be LALing over there work or another example is when a sequential series of students (usually in the same vicinity) all abandoning the hard questions could be known as a
Attempter of National Physics Challenge 1: "that exam was extremely hard, that question on the laser energies was definitely impossible...i think i better get home and play some ground war balololololol"
Attempter of National Physics Challenge 2: "ahhh what you on about?? The entire paper was a LAL paper for me! I just sat back and LALed at the entire thing! "