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- v. To pull down the trousers quickly without consent of, as a prank.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
'debag', to make the eyes look a bit clearer if they are looking tired.
No doubt the manufacturer will have some plausible scientific blather about aerodynamics, moisture contraflow and debag alarm reduction to explain why this should be, so we can dismiss the notion the Aussies are making a deliciously cheeky wink to disco nights at the Embassy Club circa 1978.
There were, of course, no rebukes after seven young women tried to debag the solitary male contestant in an excess of what he labels ‘girlie-bollocks’.
Unfortunately as they get older they get worse, it's not uncommon now to debag a 30 year old and find a crumpled mess of flesh desperately trying to pass itself off as a sex organ.