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barf bag

A bag readily available for one to vomit into. "Barf" is a slang term for vomit. When I was pregnant and dealing with morning sickness, I had to carry a barf bag around with me everywhere, just in case. Do airlines still supply travelers with barf bags?
See also: bag, barf

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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If he does feel ill there is a supply of "barf bags".
Stockman, who gave up his House seat and barely campaigned, will be remembered most for giving away barf bags for every $10 contribution.
Appearing on giant screens, Sue explained that the mystery items were, in fact, "barf bags" because the show was "so sickly sweet".
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!
He then coarsened his message with references to "puke politics" (his aides handed out barf bags and plastic vomit puddles to reporters) and vows to "kick some serious butt."
It sent them scrambling for barf bags. This, of course, made Greathouse laugh even harder.
If we would like to try it, bring our own barf bags and come on down.
The athletic department didn't want to issue barf bags with each season ticket.
He has flown on more than 100 different airlines and has their barf bags pasted on his wall to prove it.
"I've written marketing plans on barf bags. I'm good at what I do."
The Holliston real estate lawyer is also known for distributing "barf bags."
Old decks, pillowcases, white T-shirts and barf bags are some of his favorite canvases.
On the campaign trail, he gained some national attention when he launched an unusual campaign handout: "barf bags" for people who are "sick of Congress."
Lamb's policies are all "gimmicks," such as his now-familiar "barf bags" - paper bags for people who are "sick of Congress."