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    #1

    bugger off

    'Bugger off and leave us alone, bfjhsbfsj!'

    Is the sentence above grammatically correct?

    (Thank you, Rover.)

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    #2

    Re: bugger off

    Yes, it is. In fact, it's quite restrained in the circumstances.

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    #3

    Re: bugger off

    Bfjhsbfsj and friends are quite a sophisticated bunch of forum spammers, but I think the worst is over as fewer and fewer of their IPs will work now, so soon enough they should have b*ggered off involuntarily.

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