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?
A: why not
B: Hurricane Bawbag
A: ahh course
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
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"
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