They succeeded in destroying the 'queens' of the bugger race, effectively dooming them.
Their policy seems to consist entirely of sitting on their fat backsides doing absolutely bugger all in response to enquiries from prospective customers.
Sorry to hear about your brush with Dundee's criminal fraternity; I'm sure they'll get the bugger eventually.
I think Ill market my idea of NVQs you can achieve by doing bugger all!
I was then informed not to be a cheeky bugger.
The only problem is every silly bugger gets a say.
An open " get well soon, you daft bugger " to Ricky too.
I, on the other hand, was a full scale lazy bugger.
I know, I'm a miserable old bugger.
Remember, he's done absolutely bugger all his entire life.
bugger all to do with ' the dark side of the 80s ' .
Rose and Adam fled up a flight of stairs (which we all know completely bugger Daleks ' plans for conquest ).
Knowing my luck, the slabs will turn up, eat the lot, and then bugger off as I plonk my box down!
bugger off then, can't they?
bugger up our stylus, what does the backward message on the single mean?
bugger off lads, more candy in a minute, OK?
Get someone to use it on u coz its a slippery bugger lol How would you rate this item out of 5?
daft bugger " to Ricky too.
Someone will bugger up their leg or pull a groin.
Andy keeps a wart hog that he only lets out at night, its a noisy bugger 13.
Now about a gun, rocket launcher, or Sherman Tank (which are a bugger to keep inconspicuous) I have a contact.
After much indecision, I decided to bugger the rest of the work I was supposed to be doing and draw the entire tree.
But if we catch the lout, we'll sort the bugger out!
miserable old bugger.
Too cut a long story short we caught bugger all and at some point I ended up half pished.
silly bugger thought it was a qualification, he still puts it on application forms under education.
And look what happened to the foxhunting Bill: a political totem that made too many people too angry over absolutely bugger all.
wart hog that he only lets out at night, its a noisy bugger 13.
Bugger, I think I bought the remix CD by mistake...
Silly bugger thought it was a qualification, he still puts it on application forms under education.
Anyone who's played a Castlevania game remembers the Belmont, the cursed blood-lineage that has the power to hunt and defeat Dracula even though the pesky bugger keeps on reappearing throughout history.
Ender and his peers learn military strategy, space navigation, and engage in increasingly more challenging computer battles against the simulated Bugger fleet - these simulations are the 'games' that the children play.
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