from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who bags.
- n. A touring motorcycle Equipped with saddlebags.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who bags or incloses in a bag.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a workman employed to pack things into containers
- n. a machine for putting objects or substances into bags
Sorry, no etymologies found.
If the bagger is an employee, management or not, he or she will refuse your proffered tip.
The Washington Post reported today that the Head ‘bagger is calling him “Benedict Brown”, and that Brown’s Facebook fan page has been loaded with people calling him “Judas”, and “sell-out” …
The Washington Post reported today that the Head ‘bagger is calling him “Benedict Brown”, and that Brown’s Facebook fan page has been loaded with people calling him “Judas”, and “sell-out” … just as we predicted.
The thing about OSThoLe and the ‘bagger is that they hold no loyalty to this fixed point.
Tea-bagger is what the tea-party movement started calling themselves before they realized what the term tea-bag meant: a man that squats on top of a woman’s or another man’s face and lowers his genitals into his/her mouth during sex, known as “tea-bagging.”
Yet again another tea bagger was arrested by the FBI today for death threats against a FL Democrat Congresswoman.
If anyone is a tea "bagger" it is the corrupt people in our government and I don't think there should be parties, each candidate should be based on what they have done and will do for the people.
Because I don't agree with you, I'm a "bagger" and my attitude is unhealthy.
And a better question, why would this administration promote a tea "bagger" to her position?
First thing that comes to mind Are you a "bagger"?