Tony Robert Leo
difference for "bug and "bother"?
Oct 12, 2012 5:56 AM
Answers · 3
They basically mean the same thing . To be bothered by something or someone , is akin to having a pesky fly or mosquito flying around you, when you are trying to rest or concentrate, you ignore it by swatting at it until you notice how really annoyed you are,stop The thing that wwhat you are doing and focus on getting rid of the pest. that won't let you concentrate on what it is your trying to accomplish.
October 12, 2012
There really isn't a difference. It's the same just that some people might use Bother or some might use Bug Example: You're bugging me You're bothering me
October 12, 2012
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