Thursday, June 11, 2009

Ask DB1: The "'Baggle" Defined


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DB1,

I have noticed that the Beach Bags tend to travel in groups. How does one refer to multiple Douche Bags in one area? An Axe of Douches? An ass load of Douches? A Six Pack of Douches?

Rather like a flannel of lesbians.

Thanks,
Peter

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Excellent question, Peter. As with a pride of lions, a flock of sheep or a stain of Ed Hardy, ‘bags have their own grouping terminology. The correct term is a ‘baggle. However the one exception to the rule is when referring to them as ‘bags. In that one instance, the term switches to a “scroadle.”

So you may say “Look at that ‘baggle of choads,” but you cannot say “Look at that ‘baggle of ‘bags.” Instead, you would say, “Look at that scroadle of ‘bags.” Or just run the other way.

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