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Bagging the s h i t out

Posted by RRC on May 09, 2007

In Reply to: Bagging the s h i t out posted by Brian from Shawnee on May 07, 2007

: : I am travelling around the world at the moment and have just used the phrase "bagging the s h i t out" and people had not heard this before. I was wondering if you knew where the origins of the phrase came from.

: : The hostel would be very happy if you could answer this one for us.

: I would take it to mean putting your garbage in a bag and carrying it out of wherever you are. That's one of the "leave no trace" principles of responsible outdoor activity. Is that what you were talking about?

There seem to be a lot of Google hits for "bagging the s h i t out OF" seeming to be along the lines of "beating the s h i t out of", "kicking ...", etc. So the real question should probably be 'whence "bagging"?'.