(as the L and 7 together closely resemble a square shape)
"Johnny is an L7"
Slang term used to describe an older slang term of being "square" which was often used to indicate akwardness or someone who is completely odd. If you put the letter "L" and the number "7" close enough together, the two characters create a shape resembling a square.
I got lost in the city and ended up in an unfamiliar neighborhood where I felt completely like an L 7.
L 7 was used in the 50's/60's to represent being "square" or old-fashioned or un-cool. (People would hold up their thumbs and forefingers to create a square shape as a non-verbal representation.)
In the song "Woolly Bully" one of the lines is "Let's not be L 7, come and learn to dance.
A gang originated in Massapequa Park consisting of 7 girls. Found in the ghetto
(North of Sunrise)
Often seen in pictures with representing hand signs.
Don't mess with L7, they'll eff you up
Pioneering Seattle grunge band.
We were supposed to go see L-7 with Babes In Toyland but The Man got the fire marshal to close down the club.
L7 aka square
when you make it with your fingers and thumbs. another word for cigarettes.
I'm going on break to have a L7.
A 80's rock band. Featured on Most Metal Moments for throwing a bloody tampon into the crowd and then having it thrown back at them on stage. Yeck.
Did you see L 7 on VHIs Most Metal Moments?