A Ziplock bag filled with cut up, cooked meat. Usually brought as lunch when there wasn't time to make anything else that morning.
Does any one have any bread I could use for the meatbag I brought for lunch? I slept through my alarm this morning.
Any living thing or animal. Usually used by robots.
"May I kill some meatbags now master?"
A derogatorily name for humans or other biological beings used by non-biological beings (i.e. robots)
"would you stifle it meat bag?"
A term used by the assasin droid KK-47 who origionally belonged to the es-Sith Lord Revan. The word was programmed into the droid's memory core after Revan discovered it annoyed his former pupil, Malak. The term stuck with HK-47 through his numerous memory wipes and refers to all orgainics as Meatbags whenever refering to organics as a whole or to a single organic. (as a side note, HK-50, from KOTOR II: The Sith Lords Refers to Organics as, well. Organics. This makes HK-47 angry.)
HK-47: "Retraction: Did I say that out loud? I apologize, master. While you are a meatbag, I suppose I should not call you as such."
Revan: "You just called me a meatbag again!"
HK-47: "Explanation: It's just that... you have all these squishy parts, master. And all that water! How the constant sloshing doesn't drive you mad, I have no idea."
Revan: Come to think of it, neither do I.
Use by robots, like Bender.
Bite my shiny metal ass, meatbag!
A term used by a phsyco robot in Knights of the Old Republic for the X-Box, refering to human beings
"Shut your mouth, Meat-bag
A womans breasts
Judy has a fine set of meat bags. I'd love to suck them.
An immortal adjective coined by the fictional droid HK-47 in the Star Wars universe.
The adjective came into useage after the droid referred to an apprentice of Darth Revan as such. Finding it highly amusing, the Dark Lord permanently programmed it into the droid, providing a basis for many comical lines throughout the game.
The word is meant to be used derogatorily. It should be kept in mind that this word is restricted to robotic verbage, and the effect, when uttered by a human, is negated to the point of "nerdiness".
The term "meat-bag" means one who is composed of organic parts. The implication being that, as sensitive and fragile organic beings, we cannot simply exchange our entire inner-workings easily, nor preserve them until rust consumes them.
"Master, let me kill the insolent meat-bag; why, this conveniently placed screwdriver could easily puncture his vitals in less than a milliclick . . ."