a perosn that belives he/she is better than everybody else.
a person that think less of people.
a jerk or an asshole in a sence.
They often go to the gym in pairs and often "play wrestle" in groups. Often leading to calling each other "fags" for touching each others dicks, but all the while using it for spank bank material for later.
They are often very unintelligent and uneducated. Their main topics of conversation are the gym, their car, their phone and pussy (even though most are closet homos)
Ladies seem to be attracted or fuck these guys because as we all know most women are stupid, desperate and are gold diggers. They fall for any and every line and end up a career cock sock to most of these douche bags.
Normal males mock and fight these douche bags. Often the douche bags will sucker punch someone and not fight like men because the only fighting they know is play wrestling and if you can't "accidentally" touch another guys cock, they are not interested.
Favorite drinks Jager Bombs and Lite Beer.
Buddy: One tried to hit on my girl, but stopped when he saw his "bro's" and they started wrestling, it was pretty gay.
Person #2: Yeah, he just proved once again how accurate that Supernatural episode title was.
Person #1: Which episode?
Person #2: "Criss Angel is a douchebag".
Person #1: LOL
In Act I Scene II, the following takes place:
Don Benedicto: Aha! and from whence hast this bough sprung?
Don Matheus: From the douche, no doubt!
Don Benedicto: The douche. The douche. Ye Gods man!
Tell me from whence hast the douche come ye can
Don Matheus: The douche is borne from yonder douche-bag.
Don Benedicto: Your humour does not humour me, sir. Begone or taste my steel.
Don Matheus: Thou steel be brittle, sir.
This pun is lost on most modern audiences, but in the play leads to Don Matheus and Don Benedicto fighting a duel (during the Edwardian period the word 'steel' would be pronounced very similarly to the word 'still', which then was used to refer to the way in which a mother holds her child. Don Matheus is implying that Don Benedicto's mother was incompetant. Indeed, he even goes as far as to suggest that Don Benedicto was dropped on his head at an early age, insulting both Don Benedicto's honour and intelligence).
'Douche' was a form of the old english word 'Douaché' meaning 'I sow'. It came to mean the seeds which farmers used to grow orchards (often apple orchards particularly). A douche-bag was a sack slung over one shoulder used to carry the 'douche' during sowing.
After this play, douche-bag eventually came to be associated with simpletons or fools (as it is the 'final straw' as it were of Don Matheus' ridicule which causes Don Benedicto to initiate a duel, which he eventually flees from - losing all face and honour as a gentleman).
This Elizabethan insult has in recent years resurfaced, particularly in the Americas, and has rapidly spread across the rest of the world thanks to recent innovations in communication technology.
Don Sampson: I think not sir!