In the Greek system in American colleges, it refers specifically to a necklace bearing a fraternity's or sorority's letters. An accepted gift of a lavalier, called lavaliering, indicates a romantic commitment that may develop into a long term engagement, and marriage.
"Oh my god, Johny lavaliered me!"
"Maybe if ur lucky i'll let u wear my letters for a day!! Ill lavalier you.."
Every sorority girls dream!!!
Fraternity Guy:I love you. We should get married someday possibly.
Sorority Girl: OMG GUYS GUESS WHAT????????? BOBBY LAVALIERED ME AND WE"RE GETTING MARRIED MAYBEEEE!!!!!!!!
one who practices any of the four levels of lavaliering, (the act of writing your greek letters on a lavaliese with your liquid energy: see also brand, branding, greeked, greeking); a lavalier is inherently an energy giver, (see also liquid energy, friction generator)
The four lavalier levels are:
What LL are you?
"Pssh, bro, you're just an lavalier level journeyman. Don't brag til you're at least an LL artisan."
To put your letters on a girl. While this normally involves the impermanent, like a necklace, and symbolizes pre-pre-marriage, (see dating), the lavalier is a time honored tradition with application outside of jewelry, (see brand, branding, greeked, greeking).more...
Similar to branding, the apprentice, (beginner, novice), to lavaliering uses any digit, (fingers or toes), immediately available to recent ejaculate and draws one's letters on the lavaliese, (girl to be lavaliered or girl receiving lavaliering). Practice enhances speed and potential for success: success elevates practitioners.
Journeyman: The lavalier uses his lesser mind, (dick), instead of digits to draw his letters on lavaliese(s). Success, (difficult, especially on a girl prepared for tomfoolery), prepares one for artisan level lavaliering.
The artisan uses no hands, only epic, full body engagement of drawing upon the lavaliese: fantastically difficult, this is the last step before mastery