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When one can't decide whether an item is a piece of luggage or baggage.
Small items of buggage were carried onto the plane.
by Jeremy Hurst November 04, 2003
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Buggage. Noun. Buggage is a term defining emotional crap that you intend to dump on a good friend, or willing listener often held captive, like your hair stylist. Buggage is usually annoying in content, mundane and not life threatening in nature. Elaine Benes of Seinfeld kind of material, usually delivered with over the top drama, and angst, but the friend listens anyway but is often engaged in a mundane activity like eating cereal. The friend is usually responsible for redirecting the conversation, as the delivery of buggage can last indefinitely. Buggage is a synonym for gossip. Buggage often leads to more buggage.
Hey Jerry, I'm so upset! You have to listen to me! I've got some serious buggage! I think this guy is stalking me on Facebook.

Another example, Hey Jerry, I heard some crazy ass stuff about you and George, tell me it's just a bunch of buggage.
by elsa arlo April 19, 2011
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emotional garbage, emotional baggage, something that bugs you.
"he's always buggin' cause of all his emotional buggage"
by chezmiko March 12, 2005
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The act of bugging someone/something. Also means: to annoy, to bother, to irritate, etc.
Boy 1: Hey, man, let's call Roonie!

Boy 2: But he isn't even awake right now.

Boy 1: Exactly - buggage!!
by SpecialEdPanda July 10, 2008
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