Not being English, the nuances of the word 'bugger' are lost on me, but, I have to say that the Bugger Cafe has some great atmosphere and food!
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That's too cute!
Toll, Betty! :-)
Liebe Grüße, Manja
Why has it got this name?
Funny name :)
Es algo muy curioso ese nombre...
Hmmm well, the British would never have the word up on a sign as they still only use it in its original (verb) context or as a very meaningful abuse term. In ANZAC terms however, it got bandied about so much, it lost the depth of its meaning and began to be used in comic reference to things not going quite as they ought. In Australia there was very successful Toyota ad campaign based on such usage... if you want a giggle, watch this! YAM xx
cool. I read of a Swedish cafe that had a sign saying: We have no wifi. Please talk to each other!
Thanks for hosting.
Special holidays - especially like the 4th of July while not living in your country of origin, can be hard sometimes, because we have these good memories for certain holidays! Since I'm not British, nor American, Bugger has no meaning to me, but I bet the food is good:)
That is a killer post above, Betty! All these macro's of the birds - beautiful!
Cute! I wonder how New Zealand burgers compare to U.S. burgers. I once had a burger in Canada and it was more what we consider meatloaf.
Is this a New Zealand cafe - I love it.
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