bag of antlers

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Etymology[edit]

Used first noted in the late 1990's by physicians and news services to describe several actresses and models.

Noun[edit]

bag of antlers (plural bags of antlers)

  1. (slang, derogatory) an emaciated woman, frequently a model or actress, who looks so underweight that her bones and joints stretch out her skin similar to how a burlap sack filled with deer or elk antlers would.

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