"Tea Bag" as a Verb

I have heard the term “tea bag” used as a verb a couple of times on the radio. As in “I would tea bag him.”

What does this mean?

Tea Bag.

The SDMB’s Own True PIsces Demonstrates Her Technique

Doc, I’m never going to live this down, am I?

Tea Bagging has been defined for anyone who watches SATC (Sex and The City)

Charlotte: Its going fine but i have a problem with his teabags
Samantha: My advice is to breathe through your nose
Charlotte: What do you mean, i just have a problem with him leaving his teabags all over the house
Samantha: oh i thought you were talking about when you put a guys balls in your mouth…:stuck_out_tongue:

This is a rough bit of paraphrasing from memory but it explains it

Tea Bagging has been defined for anyone who watches SATC (Sex and The City)

Charlotte: Its going fine but i have a problem with his teabags
Samantha: My advice is to breathe through your nose
Charlotte: What do you mean, i just have a problem with him leaving his teabags all over the house
Samantha: oh i thought you were talking about when you put a guys balls in your mouth…:stuck_out_tongue:

This is a rough bit of paraphrasing from memory but it explains it