The term: Teabag
According to the Urban Dictionary, well... you can read it for yourself if you don't know what it means in slang.
It seems there is a conservative movement in the U.S. called the Tea Party.
I get the historical reference and think it is mildly clever.
The Tea Party is planning to send as many teabags as possible to the White House in April, in protest.
What most of these folks don't realize however, is that the White House doesn't get mail. It gets sent to an off-site facility where it is processed and sorted *and opened*. If it has contents (other than a letter or paper), it gets sent through the Secret Service.
So sending hundreds if not thousands of teabags in plain white envelopes to our White House is going to cost each and every one of us American taxpayers for the time civil employees spend opening the sodding teabag mail.
Also, don't these people realize that "teabagging" the President is beyond insulting?
Seriously, you are metaphorically putting testicles into his mouth?
Here's what some of those in the thick of this plot [note sarcasm] are saying (here's the link, I cannot make this sh*t up):
Christine writes: "I already have a teabag hanging from my rear view mirror".
Citizen of the Republic writes: "Put your money where your teabag goes". (Ummm, between your legs?)
Ganga writes: "I have my teabag hanging and will send a picture".
Cowgirl at heart: "I have my teabag ready".
Price of a tea bag: $.07
Cost of postage to mail teabag: $.42
Being a teabagger teabagging the President of the United States (and apparently not aware of the meaning that has been generated among 13 year old boys): Priceless.