Originally Posted by jamato8
Well it better than saying booger. Besides bugger is a sign of affection or is that infection? I always get the two mixed up.
Actually bugger has a very specific meaning in the English language and it refers to anal sex see also related terms sodomite and sodomy, although it is also used in the vernacular for various other purposes ie,
Well Bugger me ! - An expression of surprise
He is a daft Bugger - a silly person
It is a bugger to do - it is quite difficult
Buggered if I will - No I am not going to
Will I Buggery - I am unlikely to ...
Bugger Off ! - Please depart speedily
Oh Bugger - Oh Bother that is unfortunate
I am buggered - I am somewhat stymied
Its a multipurpose word - see also Bollocks