Tea bag (sexual act)
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Tea bag is a slang term for a sexual act in which the male "dips" his scrotum into his partner's mouth over and over. The act resembles the dipping of a tea bag into a cup of hot water. Tea bagging is an act of male domination. It may be used to inflict erotic humiliation. Teabagging may be unappealing to some, but it does not need to be physically harmful or uncomfortable for the recipient.
Mimicking the act has become a popular taunt in multiplayer first person shooter video games. This is executed by the player who just killed an enemy running over to his corpse (if any) and repeatedly crouching in his opponent's face. This is done to humorously imply domination or humiliation. Although considered by some to be bad sportsmanship, its use is widespread throughout amateur and possibly even professional gaming.
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