Saturday, 7 January 2017

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Bugger off a phrasal verb
A British favoured vulgar saying
Usually an imperative
Whether serious or just playing

Go away depart take off
Clear out get out move on
Withdraw retreat shift your feet
Extract yourself be gone

It matters not the way you dress
Whether ruffian or toff
If pushing luck beyond the bounds
They’ll likely tell you ‘bugger off’

Note: Most of this rhyme comes from Oxford Dictionaries

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