What exactly is a 'cheeky bugger'?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Your a cheeky bugger!!
We use that term in Australia a lot....its by no means a bad thing....its always said with a smile, referring someone to being a little bit naughty but in a sweet way I guess???
Hope that makes sense??!! LOL
I know what I'm trying to say but not sure if I am expressing it right!??
- Anonymous5 years ago
A cheeky bugger is a little **** of a person who thinks it's fine to just annoy everyone. Once dubbed a cheeky bugger, the victim usually receives a spanking or a slap across the head. Under extreme circumstances however, a cheeky bugger could get their head caved in with a monkey wrench if they feel that 'havin a giigle dere m9' is the appropriate thing to do.
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- Dragoniys™Lv 61 decade ago
Bugger! Mazzy said it for me haha
Bugger is an Australian term and usually said in jest/funny mocking.
It has many various meanings
- affectionate term of addressing someone (cheeky bugger - when someone's being cheeky, you bugger)
- something of a nuisance or difficulty
- ruin or spoil (buggered)
- exclamation of annoyance, frustration, disgust or contemptSource(s): Australian
- 4 years ago
In more formal English, it would be something like "impudent rascal." It could be meant as an insult, but more probably as friendly teasing.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
A scally wag..a bit of a lovable rogue.
an affectionate English term
- 1 decade ago
Hopefully something nice since I have been called this many times-lol!!
- DollyLv 61 decade ago
obvioulsy incredibly offensive as this as an answer of mine which was violated and not by the person to whom i was refering, so it must mean something i am not aware of.