bag on

bag on

To judge or criticize someone. Why are you bagging on me? I didn't do anything wrong! If my friends see me with this stupid haircut, they'll bag on me for months!
See also: bag, on

bag on someone

Sl. to criticize someone. Stop bagging on me! I'm tired of all your complaining. If you are going to bag on everyone all the time, I don't want to hear about it.
See also: bag, on
References in classic literature ?
There in the room stood his friend, with a large cotton bag on his head, pulled far down to his very nose.
This view of Marner's personality was not without another ground than his pale face and unexampled eyes; for Jem Rodney, the mole-catcher, averred that one evening as he was returning homeward, he saw Silas Marner leaning against a stile with a heavy bag on his back, instead of resting the bag on the stile as a man in his senses would have done; and that, on coming up to him, he saw that Marner's eyes were set like a dead man's, and he spoke to him, and shook him, and his limbs were stiff, and his hands clutched the bag as if they'd been made of iron; but just as he had made up his mind that the weaver was dead, he came all right again, like, as you might say, in the winking of an eye, and said "Good-night", and walked off.
But he didn't like to leave his oatmeal outside for fear something would happen to it, because there were always mischievous boys around, so he hoisted the bag on his back and walked into church with it and right to the top of the aisle to Grandfather King's pew.
Annushka was already dozing, the red bag on her lap, clutched by her broad hands, in gloves, of which one was torn.
Spot On's discreet 2-1/4" square, clear patch effortlessly slips into a wallet, pocket or gym bag on the go.