A rather crass and patronizing euphemism (used more often by men than women) for menstruation. It dates to the days when it was more common for women to catch their menstrual discharges in folded fabric that would be washed and reused, instead of disposable products. This fabric would generally be cloth that was left over from some other project or no-longer-usable item; it was literally rags.

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