Thursday, May 4, 2006

Bugger Off!

Definitions of bugger off on the Web:

  • 1. depart; leave. 2. go away! get lost!
  • scram: leave immediately; used usually in the imperative form; "Scram!"

  • Its funny how some people can pick up on the strangest issues.

    *The MPs have debates on neckties as opposed to bowties, DURING their Cabinet meetings
    *Afdlin's movie "Buli" gets lawyer letters because of a one-liner saying that cabin crew are toilet cleaners
    *One particular MP (another MP? what's with them these days?) is getting s*it for his 'gatal' (pun intended) remarks on divorced women being sluts (to put it in layman terms)
    *And yours truly got her share of criticism when she said "Mr CEO, I am sure you are a very busy I shan't take up more of your can bugger off now and we'll see you shortly!"


    Nazzie and I will bring this up during TBS tomorrow. CEO laughed it off-- Dep Ed told me not to give two hoots. Its one person's view-- but a view all the same.

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