The Alot is an imaginary creature that Allie brosh made up to help herself deal with my compulsive need to correct other people's grammar. It kind of looks like a cross between a bear, a yak and a pug. Source: hyperboleandahalf. blogspot. com/2010/04/alot-is-better-than-you-at-everything.html (without spaces)
I like this Alot more.
by waterdude125 July 04, 2011
(noun) The Alot is a big furry creature that looks something like a cross between a pug, a yak and a bear. It is most well-known for its superior swimming abilities. This animal is commonly mistaken as another way of saying "a lot".
"I like this alot more" THIS MEANS: "I like this Alot more than that Alot" DOES NOT MEAN: "I like this a lot more"

"Alot of fire" THIS MEANS: "This Alot is made of fire" DOES NOT MEAN: "That is a lot of fire"

"Charging alot" THIS MEANS: "The Alot is charging" DOES NOT MEAN: "This is charging a lot"

"Alot better at swimming than Michael Phelps" THIS MEANS: "The Alot is better at swimming than Michael Phelps DOES NOT MENA: "<noun> is a lot better at swimming than Michael Phelps"
by iamameme January 19, 2013
A mythical creature used to replace the misspelling of the word "a lot" so that something may make a bit of sense in the world.
I like this Alot.
by Cytherea April 18, 2010
A word that actually exists; but since it isn't found in dictionaries it drives people up the wall. A combination of "a" and "lot."
Alot of words are considered ungrammatical before they are sanctioned.
by David Horvitz March 05, 2005
Alot, contracting two words can save alot of time.
If I must spell Alot as "a lot" then you motherfuckers must spell Nobody "No body" and Anyone "Any one". Contraction conventions should be pretty universal. Its not retarded its lingual evolution.
Allot and alot have two different meanings.
by theperm December 06, 2007
Used to quantitavely describe the feeling of Love I feel towards a special somebody, in terms of to the edge of the universe and back
Boy "I Love you"
Girl "How much?"
Boy "Alot.."
Girl "wow I never knew you loved me so much!"

Love commences.
by R4HaLwys February 21, 2009
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