"get lost " "screw off""F--- off ":-) take your pick
It's mainly a British term but means "get lost, **** off" whatever
I take it to mean **** off
It means scram don't bother me! the latter means I'm in your area
yes, it's the polite way of saying "**** off" ...even though buggery is actually the rudest form of *******, without getting too taboo.
fukk yoself in the ***
To bugger someone is to sodomise them..'Bugger off' means 'go away'',get out','I don't believe you'',I don't want you',just a general negative phrase meaning 'no,not at all'.
HAHAHAHAHAH well my fav is ******... I thought a "bugger" was a guy who was into men?
**** off. I'm in the mid-atlantic area of the US.
sounds red to me...
That's what it means to me. I've heard it used kind of as an expletive, too. "Bugger!"
How are they supposed to bugger off if you're givin hugs eh? Smmooch smooch kissy kiss wink wink