Canadian origin - especially Ontario and Nova Scotia where government run liquor retailers are called the L.C.B.O (Liquor Control Board of Ontario) and N.S.L.C (Nova Scotia Liquor Commission) respectively.
Found in the Sloan song Underwhelmed -
She is obviously a person with a cause
I told her that I don't smoke or drink
She told me to loosen up on her way to the L.C.
An initialism often used as a noun to describe someone who needs liquid courage to have any wheels, or to make move on any girl.
"Of course your date went sour, you should have ordered some wine, you're such an LC."
"Louis has some pretty awesome stories about having sex with girls but he's shit at talking to girls in real life, we all know he's a classic case of LC."
L = Lost
C = Cunt
when these two words are put together you form the powerfull word of LC. . .
when a person is in total confussion about himself and life in general you would state . . "what an LC"
when some one does something that is of the possesed type for example mumble words that make no sense
you would in a kind gesture mention "LC"
when a person is in a trance you would use a higher pitch of voice and directly say "LC" to the face of that person/animal/object
when some one make a small error that cant be justified you must at all times say "LC" because this is the seal of authenticity that this person clearly does not know what they are doing
"your missing crab sticks"
"no i put them in. . . oh no i didnt i didnt see that order"
this is the perfect and prime opportunity for a group to directly mention "LC"