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–bagger suffix a fire alarm. Editorial Note: Usually constructed as one-bagger, two-bagger, three-bagger, etc., the number representing the severity of the fire, as in a four-alarm fire. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  • Never heard it in relation to fires. It is an older referal to how ugly a girl is by stating how many bags would be requiired for you to have sex with her.
      One bagger – just a bag over her head
      Two bagger- a bag over your head also just incase hers fell off

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