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post #16 of 570
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Originally Posted by pelayostyle View Post
You are a daft bugger !
My Dad related a tale. When he was a young Boy he called his Dad a Bugger not knowing what it meant and Grandad of course walloped him, he complained to his Mum that "the bugger hit me" Grandad heard this and hit him again to which he said "the bugger hit me again" and so on. They never really got on too well...
post #17 of 570
Hahaha! I most fell out of my chair laughing. Well...that made my day even with deadlines coming out of my bugger.

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Originally Posted by hciman77 View Post
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
post #18 of 570
Well being from one of the colonies it has never been a word I have used and now the frequency of its use will fall into the total disuse, butt one never knows for sure, does one.

What the hell was this thread about anyway?
post #19 of 570
Hmmm, anal sex and amps! Best of both worlds!
post #20 of 570
open it up, we want
pics pics pics!
also
where can one be had?
looks nice and pocketable...
post #21 of 570
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Originally Posted by apnk View Post
Hmmm, anal sex and amps! Best of both worlds!
Add a Gerbil and a length of string and you could have a new Hollywood Craze, of course altering the volume would be tricky...

I am opening a book on how long this post will exist - my bet is no more than 5 minutes
post #22 of 570
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Originally Posted by hciman77 View Post
Add a Gerbil and a length of string and you could have a new Hollywood Craze, of course altering the volume would be tricky...

I am opening a book on how long this post will exist - my bet is no more than 5 minutes
I believe a well know Hollywood actor already tried that, didn't he?

You forgot

Bugger that (no way)
Burnt to buggery (cooked for too long and now black and ruined)

from your list.

Simon
post #23 of 570
This is one bugger of a thread this one. Amp? Inside pics please.
post #24 of 570
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Originally Posted by sclamb View Post
I believe a well know Hollywood actor already tried that, didn't he?
I always thought that was one of those Urban Myths ?
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Originally Posted by sclamb View Post

You forgot

Bugger that (no way)
Burnt to buggery (cooked for too long and now black and ruined)

from your list.

Simon
Thats enough buggery jokes! - Ed

Ah, Hatfield (Poly) (oops Univ of Hertfordshire) is one of my Alma Maters from the early 90s. I lived in the old Nurses quarters in the local Loony Bin , near Radlett if I remember correctly
post #25 of 570
Ah, a Herts chappie eh? I live in Brookmans Park, near Hatfield. You are far from home!
post #26 of 570
The bass may lose its boom following some sort of psyhological or physiological acclimation, but I highly doubt something physical to the amp is going to responsible for it.

By the size, cost, origin, form factor, and operative voltage it seems probable that it uses one of the one-chip headphone driver solutions such as those from Maxim, or perhaps one from TI.
post #27 of 570
I don't think the volume knob is well-placed between the two jacks.
post #28 of 570
I've heard that there's a OPA2134 inside
It should cost less than $100, depending on where you get it.
post #29 of 570

not in polite company

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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post
Well it better than saying booger. Besides bugger is a sign of affection or is that infection? I always get the two mixed up.
i don't think i would use that word around your boss...
post #30 of 570
Thanks for sharing, saw it is less then USD 50.00 in china.
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