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Then don't, whatever you do, push the poor bugger
down the slope.
Get your hands on a Shambles or a Jammy Bugger
necklace for PS18 at www.bonniebling.co.uk Tidy ways to see in the spring cleaning SPRING is here and it's the perfect excuse to declutter the house.
A plumber's idea of Cleopatra (WC Fields about Mae West); You know I can't stand Shakespeare's plays but yours are even worse (Leo Tolstoy to Anton Chekhov); Bugger
Bognor (George V); Women should be obscene and not heard (Groucho Marx).
It's like watching a group of rich wives meeting in a cafe who have bugger
all to say about the world other than reactionary nonsense or comments about their men - so boring.
A helicopter that crashed, killing a Tyneside man, was described as a "rattly old bugger
" by its pilot just two weeks before the tragedy.
JOHN Prescott was involved in angry exchanges with a newspaper reporter yesterday, telling him: 'Bugger
John prescott has been involved in angry exchanges with a newspaper reporter, it emerged last night, telling him, 'Bugger
NOW WORKING AS A TEAM, CLIVE AND I WILL OUTFLANK THE LITTLE BUGGER
AND CAPTURE HIM ...
Anyway, Pedroncelli Three Vineyards 1998 Cabernet Sauvignon is a finely-tuned wine, a supple bugger
and a terrific value at $13.50.
Since any solution could prove more devastating to the tank's ecosystem than harboring one mantis shrimp, "I guess we just have to keep replacing the snails and crabs until we catch the bugger
," Cripe sighs.
Morton said: "He's the right sort for a trip to the UK - he's a relaxed, big bugger