"Walking the lobster" is slang term developed in the 1990's which originated from Detroit.

1) To take a risk.

2) To cross the line.
1) Tom: Are we really going to play frisbee in horticulture?

Mike: I don't know. We're really walking the lobster with this one.
by Gabe Feltenstoner May 25, 2011
1) To take a risk.
2) To cross the line.
1) Tom: Are we really going to play frisbee in horticulture?
Mike: I don't know. We're really walking the lobster with this one.
by Gabe Feltenstoner May 25, 2011

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