A Massachusetts Left Turn occurs when the driver of a vehicle, when stopped in impenetrable traffic or waiting for an inconvenient light, utilizes the empty oncoming lane of traffic to bypass the wait and make a left turn. This can range from a quick dodge around the car in front of them, to a full throttle blast down hundreds of feet of road. The longer the run between where the car crosses the center line of the road and the left turn, the greater the skill and daring of the driver.
We didn't move for 3 light cycles because those incompetent boobs were digging up the intersection again, so I had to pull a Massachusetts Left Turn and take side streets to avoid being late for work.
by endusone April 11, 2011