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  • interj. Bugger; damn.


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  • 04: 32 @Jon_Favreau What in buggeration is with the insomnia plague going around?

    Tweets I have known

  • It all depends, as you say, on so many buggeration factors.

    [conspiracy theory] or blinkered philistinism

  • Trouble with insurers and Bombay buggeration, I hear.

    Walls of Silence

  • Between the devil and a deep blue buggeration, that's where you were, sir.

    Sharpe's Fortress

  • But if you had to sum up this NATO mission from the very beginning total buggeration ain't bad.

    Montreal Simon

  • In the total buggeration into which the world's help for Afghanistan has now descended, it's important not to know too much.

    Montreal Simon

  • It's the 'buggeration factor' and it's a part of the British psyche - that feeling of 'I'll show you'.

    Brits at their Best


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  • In the world of buggers, only the best of the best can become buggernauts.

    November 25, 2007

  • A person who installs electronic bugs would be a what ... bugger? buggist? And the training of buggers or the lobbying on their behalf would be ... buggeration?

    I can imagine the Lord High Panjandrum rabbiting on: "We are falling behind in our use of up-to-date bugging technology. We need a new generation of buggers to take us forward. And it is my government that hereby pledges a billion dollars for the buggeration of the intelligence services."

    November 23, 2007

  • I actually use this quite a lot.

    November 23, 2007

  • I've been told that before, but only by my aunt.

    October 20, 2007

  • Yarb, you are a hoot!

    October 20, 2007

  • An oath.

    October 20, 2007