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Here it means to go away and leave someone alone.
misery22 misery22 36-40, F 17 Answers Sep 10, 2012 in Parenting & Family

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"get lost " "screw off""F--- off ":-) take your pick

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It's mainly a British term but means "get lost, **** off" whatever

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I take it to mean **** off

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It means scram don't bother me! the latter means I'm in your area

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yes, it's the polite way of saying "**** off" ...even though buggery is actually the rudest form of *******, without getting too taboo.

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fukk yoself in the ***

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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'.

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POQ

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HAHAHAHAHAH well my fav is ******... I thought a "bugger" was a guy who was into men?

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**** off. I'm in the mid-atlantic area of the US.

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sounds red to me...

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That's what it means to me. I've heard it used kind of as an expletive, too. "Bugger!"

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