Posted by ESC on February 12, 2005
In Reply to: Re: Sweet Nugé posted by Alex P on February 12, 2005
: : Heres a phrase for you all... "sweet nugé"
: : its massive in england everyone says it, its said in sarcasm when somthing annoying happens. the word 'nugé' is derived from 'nugget' and means hair or haircut, but this phrase can be applied to any annoying occurance such as stubbing your toe, or, for example running over a dog, you would exit the car, look at the dog and say, "oh sweet nugé, I killed the ba#*$rd".
: Also, 'Nugé's' can mean your hands or teeth so you could say, im just going off to wash my nugé's or my muggets.
: : thanks.
I will be listening for it on BBC America.