barf bag


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barf bag

n. a bag available on an airplane for persons who are nauseated. I hope I never even have to see anyone use a barf bag.
See also: bag, barf
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And, by the way, while you're making that fourth banked turn, where's the barf bag, just in case?
Since we had just had lunch, many barf bags were deployed.
Rune's site also includes a Hall of Shame with a list of airlines that make "life hard for us serious collectors by using generic barf bags or worse, carrying no bags at all
Broadway is not the local cineplex, and it will be interesting to see if theater critics, with their refined sensibilities, get the joke or reach for the barf bag.
But, such colorful squabbles get old really fast, so after giving the show its initial publicity mileage, the feuding females appear to have agreed to a sullen truce, the better for the show to focus on its other attention-calling elements, like the usual clowns who can't sing or even croak their way out of a barf bag, even if their lives depended on it.
If Barf Bag Week ever fails to earn its modest keep, you may cancel at any time by writing BBW Subscriptions, PO Box 123, Beantown, Iowa 99999.
At this point, you may also want to grab a barf bag.
However, I had to reach for a barf bag after reading Shannon Wilson's and Josh Laughlin's April 23 letters attempting to explain the reasons, and place the blame on others, for this needless death.
I talk about first aid, OSHA requirements for blood-borne pathogens, where the barf bag is," says Gilding, recalling his first day in the classroom, during flu season.
The list of influences offers only a sense of how far pic is positioned from the nearest gross-out comedy barf bag, and though toplining Julia Roberts ensures a fine opening tally, the emphatically mature (though never salacious) tone and style, plus uninspiring word of mouth, will dampen B.
The picture of confidence, Elton held court on the center aisle rather than pace in the back with barf bag, as is the custom of most nervous creatives about to be savaged by the New York Times.
Love it or hate it, the barf bag does explain some of Mr.
He didn't ask for seconds, or a barf bag, according to Powell.
And the theater made sure in its newspaper advertisements to stress the fact that every attendee would receive a barf bag, because the violence was reputedly so intense and graphic it caused shocked patrons to projectile vomit in the aisles.