She is a smart and beautiful girl! her smile lights up an entire room and she has a lot of
junk in her trunk. if you have a bestfriend Lizzy you are so lucky. she is so trustworthy and a sweet girl. she has so many friends. she can be a sexual tease for sure. she is flirty and sassy but in a relationship she is loyal.
guy 1 “You know Lizzy?”
guy 2 “Yeah we talk a lot”
guy 1 “You are so lucky.”
Yeah,that’s a Lizzy.
Usually a name associated with extreme maturity and an amazing sense of humor as well as some serious junk in the trunk.
Hey did u see Lizzy the other day? She was being all mature by wearing clothes that dont show off her perfect booty.
A girl with an adorable laugh that she hates for some reason. She has the greatest smile in the world and makes you feel good just by looking at you. She is sweet,caring,sometimes doesn’t think about things that she should probably consider but everyone still loves her anyway,or at least I do. 🙂 she can’t get any prettier I wouldn’t change a thing about her. She’s the perfect girl to have and she’s easy to love on. If you don’t have a friend named Lizzy,find one. It’ll be the best thing you ever did. Oh and Lizzy has the best hugs everrrr. <3
Guy 1- “I can’t get enough of Lizzy’s smile”
Guy 2- “yea I know what ya mean”
Guy 1- “dude Lizzy is fucking HOT!”
Guy 2- “So sexy”
The most beautiful thing in the world, a wonderful girl that’s fun to hangout with but is a giant tease. And one can’t get enough of her because she is so addictive and has a really nice donk.
Friend: Hey man, looks like you haven’t had sleep in a long time.
Me: Yea I’ve been talking to Lizzy.
Has a smile that will light up the whole world. If you have a friend named Lizzy you want to stay with her for as long as you can. She has brown hair and is incredible nice.
Did you see Lizzy today?
A slang term for the English currency of Sterling pounds. Americans have their “Benjamins” ($100 dollar bills/notes – derived from image of Benjamin Franklin on each one) so why not apply a universal term to English pounds? The term derives from Queen Elizabeth, as there is a depiction of her on every coin and note there is in the English currency. However, “Lizzies” solely refers to pounds (ÃÂ£s) and does not include pennys.
Yo honky, we gotsta keep on this paper chase and get dem Lizzies – my crib’s crying out for a 42″ plasma screen yo!