Poll: Bugs or Bugging
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View poll results: Bugs or Bugging
Bug first
33 92%
Bugging first
3 8%
Voters: 36.
#1
Thought of this today. Were bugs named because they were bugging people, or did bugs bug people first?
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#3
Bugs.
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#6
Quote by Dirge Humani
Bugs bug Bugs, but Bugs bugged big bugs.



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Quote by Dirge Humani
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#19
Quote by Twist of fate
I think the carrot was named AFTER the orange.

"What are we gonna call this?"
"Well it's orange so let's call it an orange."
"Okay, what about this thing?"
"Well, ****."

Except the colour orange was named after the fruit.
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#22
Quote by Bob_Sacamano
Anyone have a particularly good reason it would be bugging first?

No.
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#23
Quote by Bob_Sacamano
Anyone have a particularly good reason it would be bugging first?


No, because bugging wasn't first.
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#24
I thought you meant like "Woah man I'm bugging out!" [/stereotypical stoned hippie voice]

EDIT: Also, I just realized how absolutely stupid this thread is.
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#25
Quote by Todd Hart
No, because bugging wasn't first.

That's what I was saying. I don't see a reason someone would think that.
#27
Obviously bugging. People were annoyed more by eachother than that they were by bugs at that time.
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#28
EDIT: LOL wow completely misunderstood this thread...
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#29
This is a stupid idea for a thread, but it is slightly funny because the words "entomology" (the study of insects) and "etymology" (the study of the history of words) sound similar.
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#30
It was "bothersome" before. Because bugs are bothersome, it became bugging. Anyone who said bugging came first is a ****ing moron who deserves to get their pants shit in.
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