Define Last Meaning


if you ain't first, you're last!
By Drona
A slang term for being "lazy". It also relates to a negative connotation for African Americans. The word originates from the baseball player Lastings Milledge in reference to his attitude and behavior.

I was too tired to go to work today, so I stayed in bed, called my boss and took a lastings day.
After a big lunch, I feel very lastings and try to sleep for an hour.
By Gabi
At Last

At last, I've become the king.
By Vivianna
The Last
The broken and broken hearted, tired, scared, hurt and fearful. The lonely and beaten, the sick and beaten up and the beaten down. The passion of Christ who have captured His heart, focus, will and determination to bring them all the home. Home to his throne. That is their destination.

The Last will be scooped up by Jesus and carried in those precious arms to sit in His throne at the right hand of God. God will joyfully and lovingly smile at them sitting their in that special chair while Jesus worships Him with dancing, praise and singing until all the pain, sadness and fear is not even a memory.
By Gilbertina
LAST is an acronym for Latino American Standard Time. There are essentially three guiding principles behind LAST.

1.) To be “on time” means one can show up at any point up to 1 hour after the agreed upon time.
2.) If one arrives between 1 hour up to 2 hours after, it’s “cutting it close”.

3.) Lastly, if one arrives anytime after 2 hours they are officially “late”, and any time before the agreed upon time qualifies them as a “lunatic” (or any other variant of this word).

e.g.) If the agreed upon time is 12:00 pm: one arrives “on time” between 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm, “cutting it close” would be between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm, arriving any time after 2:00 pm is “late”, and arriving any time before 12:00 pm makes one a “lunatic”.

(Boss:) I’ve noticed that you’ve been coming in way past an hour late to work every day consistently for the last few weeks.

(Fulano:) Sorry, I’m not sure I understand what you’re talking about.
(Boss:) Do you not see everybody else working? Work started over an hour ago! You just show up, equipped with your Starbucks, over an hour late as if you don’t have a job to do?!
(Fulano:) Surely not! I would never show up late!
(Boss:) So even though work started over an hour ago you’re not late?
(Fulano:) Ohhhh, I think I understand the problem now. I’ve been in LAST for about two or three weeks.

(Boss:) Oh, that makes a lot of sense now! Sorry for getting upset, you know how passionate I am about my job as your boss.
(Fulano:) It’s completely okay, apology accepted. I’m glad we could move past our differences.
(Boss:) Me too, thank you for keeping my ego in check.
(Fulano:) My pleasure.
By Florenza
(adj) representing the worst of something. horrible, repulsive, disgusting, annoying, bad idea, indication that if the world was ending in an hour this is the "last" of that item that you would want to be dealing with.

Can also be used as an expression of disgust or hatred.

(noun) the worst, lamest, epitome of a chauncey.

Abbreviation: Lau

Dude, that chick is soo last.

Last! I don't want to go see "In Her Shoes" again Brendan.

Bros, you know that chauncey Johnny Four Fingers? He's the last.

By Gabriel
Correct way to write lastly but people just don't know it yet.

Lastely, Jay is the bottom B*tch of the whole project and everyone knows.
By Betsy
Last Dinosaurs

Last Dinosaurs, Amazing.
By Elnore
The Last Stand
Song by the Sweedish Heavy Metal band Sabaton from their album of the same name.
The song is very commonly used for For Honor and Crusade memes

The song is commonly mistaken to describe the Crusades but instead depicts the Sack of Rome in 1527 during which combined forces of around 5,200 soldiers including 189 swiss guard defended Rome from mainly Spainish troops.

The song focuses on the last stand of the Swiss guard and their "service to heaven" in which they defended the Pope and
"gave their lives on the steps of heaven"

These steps being the steps of St. Peter's Basilica from where the Pope planned to escape from via his (not so secret) secret passageway known as the Passeto Di Borgo to his Impregnable fortress called Castel Sant Angelo. The Pope was accompanied and defened by the remaining 42 Swiss Guard that was left. The escape to the fortress is referenced in the verse
"Under guard of 42
Along a secret avenue
Castle saint Angelo is waiting"

147 of the 189 Swiss guard were killed during The Sack of Rome along with 500 millita and around 45,000 civillians who were killed, exiled or taken prisoner.

'hey did you see that lastest For Honor meme?'
'the one that used The Last Stand by Sabaton?'
'Yeah that one'
By Doreen
Last Call
when the assholes at the bar stop selling beer.

By Melania