Pruning the forum database.
+1,000,000,000,000 ... there aren't enough zeros to add to this! Thanks, Just17, for posting this.
As a Yank and aspiring anglophile, once again I find myself being entertained while being educated."Bugger" is one of those "woody" soundin' words that I bound to incorporate into my daily speech. nudge, nudge...Say no more.
Origin of BUGGERMiddle English bougre heretic, from Anglo-French bugre, from Medieval Latin Bulgarus, literally, Bulgarian; from the association of Bulgaria with the Bogomils, who were accused of sodomyFirst Known Use: 1555
Quote from: parnote on January 17, 2013, 01:14:52 PM+1,000,000,000,000 ... there aren't enough zeros to add to this! Thanks, Just17, for posting this.+1 more.