laurence.horn at YALE.EDU
Fri Apr 30 13:51:02 UTC 1999
At 3:48 AM -0400 4/30/99, Beverly Flanigan wrote:
>Come to think of it, a non-offensive use of "bugger" is common here too:
>"He's a cute little bugger"--about a baby, for example. But I suppose some
>people might take offense, including some parents. I was reminded too that
>"bugger" with a /U/ refers to nasal residue, but not in MY childhood lexicon.
I believe that's "booger".
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