Kaarrr is most commonly used at Temple University in Northern Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It has however has spread to Los Angeles and the Central part of the state of New York. There are many uses of the word kaarrr. It may be used as a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb. It is also used as a unit of measurement. It is exactly 2.5 units. The unit in question, however, is dependent on context. The word is said to be derived from the Latin word "carrus," which is the origination of the English word car. It is also said to have come from one very entusiastic driver's education teacher at Central York High School.
Everybody clap your kaarrrs
by I Busted a Bust October 21, 2010