More commonly known as "high-beams" or "brights" headlights on a vehicle, they were originally invented to give drivers better visibility while driving at night. On the contrary, they gain the nickname "lonely lights" due to the fact that when one flips them on at night, 90% of the time, a vehicle will immediately appear coming the opposite direction, (forcing you to turn them right back off,) thus not making you so lonely anymore.
Steve tried over and over in the rain to turn on his lonely lights to see better, but time after time, people just kept appearing on the road and his efforts were in vain.
by traptintheburg May 08, 2011

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