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Hugs chugs bugs, what does it mean

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I sent him hugs and he replied hugs chugs bugs. Was he joking or what else

I'm going to guess it refers to a person who comes to a pub, say, and greets everybody (hugs), has a quick drink (chugs), and then abruptly leaves (bugs).

"Hugs" is self-explanatory. "Chugs" is from "chugalug". "Bugs" is from "to bug out".

I would expect commas if I'm right: "Hugs, chugs, bugs."

They rhyme.

A chug bug is a fishing lures.

I don't think anyone hugs their chug bug lures.

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Correction... fishing lure.

not lures.

desk grape 512 I sent him hugs and he replied hugs chugs bugs. Was he joking or what else

Sorry, I don't understand it. Maybe it is just a nonsense rhyme?

Agree, just a random response of rhymes.
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