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Severe weather conditions that occurred in Scotland on the 8th of December 2011. Named after the Glaswegian slang for 'scrotum', the 'hurricane' was not actually a hurricane, but extreme winds that disrupted travel and forced the closure of many schools, universities and businesses. The name was a result of a trending topic on Twitter.
Person 1, upon seeing a trampoline roll past the window: "Oh my god, trampoline! Trampoline! Holy... oh my god!"

Person 2: "Aye, that's Hurricane Bawbag"
by bawbagzz December 08, 2011
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The name given to the windy day Scotland had on the 8 December 2011.
"American hurricane namers are lazy. They pick easy ones like "George" and "Kate". Only in Scotland could they come up with Hurricane Bawbag"

I got the day aff cos ah tha' Hurricane Bawbag
by granticle December 08, 2011
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The hurricane that hit Scotland was aptly named hurricane bawbag. Scots thumbed their noses at mother nature and reduced winds of upto 160mph to that of a scrotum. Mon the scots!
Aw man did you see hurricane bawbag? It was pure hefty windy
by Bawbagggs December 08, 2011
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The large wind storm that swept over the central belt of scotland week begining 5/12/11 untill 10/12/11 causing schools and bridges to be closed and public transport to be stopped
A: You coming out tonight?
B: cant
A: why not
B: Hurricane Bawbag
A: ahh course
by ANARCHYUK100 December 08, 2011
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