|helvete englanniksi||hell sv, perdition sv, bugger sv|
: Some religious people believe that all the followers of the other religions go to hell.
: May you rot in hell!
*: Better to reign in Hell than serve in Heaven.
*: Hell is a strait and dark and foul-smelling prison, an abode of demons and lost souls, filled with fire and smoke.
: My new boss is making my job a hell.
: I went through hell to get home today.
*: There is many a boy here today who looks on war as all glory, but, boys, it is all hell.
*: a convenient little gambling hell for those who had grown reckless
*: ... the air of moral nihilism common to keepers of gambling hells and disorderly houses; ...
: You dont have a snowballs chance in hell.
: Im as mad as hell and Im not going to take it any more.
: What the hell is wrong with you?
: He says hes going home early? Like hell he is.
: Oh, hell! I got another parking ticket.
: Hell, yeah!
: [Do it, or, r]est assured, there will be no more Middle Eastern crisis – hell, there will be no more Middle East!
: The British Sexual Offences Act of 1967 is a buggers? charter. (see [http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/3706939.stm Are judges politically correct?])
: Hes a silly bugger for losing his keys.
: The bugger?s given me the wrong change.
: My computers being a bit of a bugger.
*: “I?ll take it out on dat young bugger,” he thought viciously.
*: Here the cheers and shouts of the gallery were interrupted by a shabby little man in the back row who yelled out with piercing distinctness: “Dont matter what you call ?im now, George. The bugger?s dead.”
: So youre stuck out in the wop-wops and the next train back is Thursday next week. Well, thats a bit of a bugger.
: How are you, you old bugger?
*: Good luck, you old bugger!
*: “And if Pelton found out that his kids are Literates—Woooo!” Cardon grimaced. “Or what weve been doing to him. I hope I?m not around when that happens. I?m beginning to like the cantankerous old bugger.”
: I dont give a [[bugger]] how important you think it is.
: Im a bugger for Welsh cakes.
: What is that little bugger up to now?
: To be buggered sore like a hobos whore (Attributed to Harry Mclintocks 1920s era [[w:Big Rock Candy Mountain|Big Rock Candy Mountain]])
: This computer is buggered! Oh no! Ive buggered it up.
: Bugger me sideways! Bugger me, heres my bus. Well, Im buggered!. Buggered if I know the answer to that.
: Bugger Bognor. (Alleged to be the last words of king George V of the United Kingdom in response to a suggestion that he might recover from his illness and visit Bognor Regis.)
: Bugger this for a lark. Bugger this for a game of soldiers.
: Im buggered from all that walking.
: Bugger, Ive missed the bus.
: Oh, bugger--