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    belly_ttt is offline Senior Member
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    Default In The Transformer, I heard the policemen talked to the boy (the criminal) :" Bingo!

    In The Transformer, I heard the policemen talked to the boy (the criminal) :" Bingo! 'Tag 'em and Bag em'. What does it mean?

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    Default Re: In The Transformer, I heard the policemen talked to the boy (the criminal) :" Bin

    Quote Originally Posted by belly_ttt View Post
    In The Transformer, I heard the policemen talked to the boy (the criminal) :" Bingo! 'Tag 'em and Bag em'. What does it mean?
    As there isn't a lot of context, this is a bit of a shot in the dark, Belly.

    bingo = you're right

    tag 'em = put a tag on the bodies' toes

    bag 'em = put the bodies in body bags

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    Default Re: In The Transformer, I heard the policemen talked to the boy (the criminal) :" Bin

    Quote Originally Posted by belly_ttt View Post
    [In] On The Transformer, I heard the policemen [talked] talking to the boy (the criminal) :" Bingo! 'Tag 'em and Bag em'. What does it mean?

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    Default Re: In The Transformer, I heard the policemen talked to the boy (the criminal) :" Bin

    Hi belly_ttt,

    tag 'em and bag 'em

    1. find 'em, fu.. 'em and flee
    2. catch and release
    3. hit it and quit it

    When you aren't looking for a serious relationship but you still need to get your nut on, so you just pick up women, fu.. up women and leave 'em with a smile.

    Regards.

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