‘Bugger’ must me, arguably, the most under rated useful word in English.
It is a word that can be used in every context, in every situation. A word that acts as a substitute when you can think of no other words. A word to start a conversation. A word a class apart.
Take, for example, it being used as an exclamation.
“Bugger, look, bearded man!”
Or as a question,
“Want to attend next class, bugger?”
Or even as a statement of pure boredom.
“Bugger, I am bugged.”
Its versatility is only matched by the word, Ugh!.
Then, there are cases when you can use it express anger.
“Bugger, I’ll bloody bugger him.”
Or as a proper noun.
“From now on, call me Bugger.”
Or as a request.
“Please, let us not attend this class, bugger.”
Or an order.
“You are not attending the next class bugger.”
OR just a statement.
“Bugger, look, pencil.”
“Bugger, look, bald man.”
“Bugger, you are a bugger.”
“I hate you bugger.”
Or of course, just,
I’ve even received inside reports that “Système International d'Articlés” is planning to make the word bugger as the fourth article. A, an, the and bugger.
P.S. All these statements were made keeping in mind a certain person. The first example, however, is an international copyright.