USAGE: arsed (was: RE: CHAT: Re: Aniese: whose is this?)
|From:||And Rosta <a.rosta@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, December 9, 1999, 23:08|
> Paul Bennett
> I've never seen this use of the word "arsed" before, and I can't
> quite figure out what it means in this context. Please elucidate.
> Semantically identical to bVggered and fVcked in this context.
Tho "can't be buggered/fucked to do sthg" don't exist in my idiolect,
while as a verb ARSE occurs only in "arse about" = "mess about,
monkey about" and "be arsed to" ="be bothered to". So I perceive no
semantic identity with buggered/fucked. And moreover it's not really
a rude word.