A license to behave like a douchebag. Notable holders include President George W. Bush and Attorney General John Ashcroft.
Ashcroft's prosecuting people for medicinal marijuana use? He must have invoked his writ of douchebaggery.
by Scott Lanway June 23, 2004
Top Definition
The fictional statute that allows government officials to withhold information on the grounds of being a douchebag. Coined by the Daily Show's Jon Stewart.
"Dude, I'm no lawyer, but you have to invoke *something*. Fifth amendment, executive privilege, writ of douchebaggery?" ~Jon Stewart
by Anne O. Nymous August 16, 2004
As mentioned on "The Daily Show with John Stewart."

An imaginary document that gives one the right to be a Douchebag without harmful consequences. However it must be invoked or the individual who fails to invoke it can and will be subjected to harsh punishment from those offended. Without the invocation of the Writ, the Douchebag holds no rights, and no protective measures will be taken to prevent harm to their genitals.
Due to the fact that Doug had failed to invoke the Writ of Douchebaggery before Donkey Punching his girlfriend, he woke up in the middle of the night to find his testicals in a vice.
by Wu's Ya Daddy January 29, 2005
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