Times of hardship; rough circumstances.
I am truely sorry for your lots.
by BrianLowther August 28, 2009
"a lot" - shortened for the slacker-types of our generation. (you know we can't waste our syllables...)
Darel: "How much you got on you, punkazz?"
Hans: "Lots."
Darel: "That means?"
Hans *daka daka ensues*
"Nunyas". Pissant.
Q: Are you loved?
A: LOTS. /facepalm
by BlackDoom March 26, 2010
English teacher (teaching class): It's two words. A lot is TWO WORDS.

Student note being passed around: She screams alot lol

(Teacher picks up note, reads it)

Teacher: AAAAGGGGAAAARHHERAGH!

(Teacher loses marbles)
by OhCocoa September 8, 2011
used in england, to denote a group of somthing
I hate you lot (as in I hate you guys)

that lot is a bunch of shit (that stuff is a bunch of shit)

I don't like that lot much (I don't like them very much)
by Kauffman April 11, 2005
1. A situation in which the observer is overwhelmed by visual stimulation, smells, sounds or anything pertaining to excess action.
Friend 1: "That girl's weave is so wrong."
Friend 2: "I know. That's a lot."

Friend 1: "So he was wearing this really awful blazer, even in the middle of summer."
Friend 2: "Really? That's a lot."
by Bo S. July 10, 2005