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bumbag

(ˈbʌmˌbæɡ)
n
a small bag worn on a belt, round the waist. Usual US name: fanny pack
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Where bumbags are a must and stomping your feet is just a standard greeting of hello.
THEY went from spray tan to sprinting and ditched the botox for bumbags - just to be trained by former Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas.
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Tune in next week for full details on our forthcoming campaign to bring back bumbags and scrunchies.
Carer Barbara Pye said since the death staff put latex gloves in bumbags or locked them away.
This can result in strange bulges in my pockets but it's either that or carry a manbag or one of those bumbags that used to be popular among tourists in Spain.
Bumbags, bleached-out denims, graffiti prints, crop tops and high tops are all ahead of us.
But there is so much more to this picture-postcard place than tourists in shorts and bumbags pretending to hold up a huge tower.
Jogging bottoms are teamed with sky-high heels, Lycra and velour exchanged for high-shine parachute silks, and rucksacks shrugged off for 80s-style bumbags.
This last stipulation means that jockeys shy of 10st in their riding clothes have to make up the difference about their person, usually with lead weights in their pockets or bumbags, but sometimes with ingenious alternatives: one recent rider resorted to two bricks in a backpack.
There are 20 two-week holidays - including trips to Australia, New Zealand and South Africa - and 60 luxury three-night breaks in New York and Europe to be won - plus tens of thousands of runner-up prizes, including beach balls, ripper wallets and bumbags.
And right now the high street is bursting with designer-inspired totes, clutches and even bumbags, so you can tick off a catwalk trend or two with your chosen arm candy.