What does Lettuce mean in the hockey community?

Lush, wavy, attractive locks

Ever heard of the term ‘Lettuce’ in a conversation and wondered what it meant? Well, in the world of slang, ‘Lettuce’ is a fun term used to describe someone’s hair, especially when it’s thick and curly, and it looks good.

This term is frequently used in the hockey community to compliment a player’s hair. It’s basically a subset of the broader category known as ‘hockey hair’.

However, ‘lettuce’ isn’t just limited to hockey. It’s also tossed around in other sports like baseball and football. And while it’s often used to describe curly hair, it’s similar to another slang term – ‘flow’, which is generally used for straight, luscious hair.

So, the next time you see someone with beautiful, curly hair, why not give them a compliment using the term β€˜lettuce’? It’s a fun and friendly way to appreciate someone’s great hair!

Example for using ‘Lettuce’ in a conversation

Hey, did you see Sarah’s new haircut? 🌟

Yeah, her lettuce is on point! πŸƒπŸ”₯

I know, right? Her curly hair looks amazing! πŸ’β€β™€οΈ

Totally! She’s rocking that lettuce! πŸ™Œ