- n. Plural form of bumbag.
“During one performance last week, an elderly couple in matching cagoules and bumbags sat in the front row clutching their programmes like shields, alongside three 15-year-old boys who blinked at me shyly through mountainous, overstyled fringes.”
“Tales of buggered bumbags/dented Thermoses panicked-up via thunderous VOICEOVER & crash-zooms of HEATHER.”
“But plodding through Bath's ancient spas, being told by the electronic guide that you're looking at the Spring overflow when all you can see in front of you is a party of German schoolchildren in Korn T-shirts and bumbags, surely has nothing on the experience of living through Murder at Beacon Hill.”
“Peter Pilotto's furry flourishes were rather entertaining: a big pocket here, a cuff there, and belts that could have been bumbags.”
“He's promised to show me how to race around a velodrome, and I suddenly feel deeply inadequate, like those posturing Frenchmen one sees on holiday: plink-plonking in their silly cycle shoes, sporting bumbags and over-tight Lycra.”
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