"bugger" [bUg at r]?!

Victor Steinbok aardvark66 at GMAIL.COM
Sun Apr 21 05:36:10 UTC 2013

If "bugger" is "booger" then "sugar" is "shagger". Or vice versa... or
something like that.


On 4/21/2013 1:22 AM, Wilson Gray wrote:
> ...
> "sweet sugar-booger"
> Are there speakers who pronounce _bugger_ as "booger"? Or is it rather the
> case that there are speakers who pronounce _sugar_ as "shugger"?
> Youneverknow.

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