"Lucky Strike Means Fine Tobacco" was the ad slogan in the '50s & 60s.
Young boys at the time, like me, said it stood for , "Let's screw, my finger's tired."
As in : "Hey sweetie, LSMFT!"
by D. Millsaps November 14, 2006
Luck Strike Means Fine Tobacco.
An old advertising slogan for a brand of redneck tobacco cigarettes.

Loose Straps Mean Floppy Tits.
An old expression used to explain the meaning of LSMFT.
Tommy Joe: Whoa there, Donny Bob! Look at that fine young lady bouncing around!

Buddy John: LSMFT!
by Tuna Wanda May 26, 2005
Lord, Save Me From Truman
LSMFT = Lord, Save Me From Truman!
As a kid in the late 1940's I remember my parents using this as a meaning to decribe the problems of the day under President Truman
by Stanley D Watson October 26, 2007

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