The term "lacrosstitute" or its colloquial cousin, "laxitute," has a mysterious etymological origins in Bro culture. Tough the term has exploded in gangbusters use around the country, it's believed to have been coined by Nassau County's own Casey Shaughessy at Duke University during a lacrosse team party in the mid-Aughts. The original laxitute and "pretty chilled out broad," Casey finally settles the score on which athlete is the better lay: Hockey players, lacrosse players, baseball players, or tennis players (...random). You'll never think of Pete Sampras the same again.
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