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LOT LIZARD


1. LOT LIZARD
178 up, 22 down  
Prostitute working a truck stop. Usage: Southern California agency.
by PoliceMag on Mar 09, 2012
2. LOT LIZARD
22 up, 2 down  
Truck stop parking lot prostitute.
by K Mac on Jul 03, 2014
3. LOT LIZARD
12 up, 1 down  
Prostitute at truck stops
by Deep jon on Oct 02, 2015
4. LOT LIZARD
2 up, 0 down  
Having driven a truck for 2 years I can clear this one up A bit. There are 2 types of women at almost every truck stop, There is the working girl who prostitutes to make money. They mostly are decent women who make a point of being with single men only. Obviously, there are some who just don't care. The lot lizard is quite different. They are a lot like Badge Bunnies. They hangout on the truckstop lot and they will give their body to any trucker that would ride them around the country or had a friend that would ride her around in An 18 wheeler. It did not matter to them if they knew he had a wife and kids waiting at home. If they would share their drugs and give an let her ride in their truck that is all that mattered to them, again there were exeptions.
by Angela McMinn on Feb 09, 2017
5. LOT LIZARD
19 up, 39 down  
skank hanging around the carnival 'lot'. bangs everyone in sight
by trooper john on Oct 07, 2012
6. LOT LIZARD
5 up, 35 down  
inmates family / girlfriends that try to hnagout on the jail parking lot waving nad flashing until they are ran off
by Mike Ross on Oct 28, 2012
7. LOT LIZARD
8 up, 72 down  
Parking Patrol/Meter Maid
by Kip Branch on Jun 27, 2012

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