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Bah Humbug is a term which means 'Nonsense', so whoever told you that it was a bug was lying!. Unless there actually is, but I highly doubt it. Maybe you should research it further!

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ebenezer_Scrooge

The character is most often noted for exclaiming "Bah! Humbug!" despite uttering this phrase only twice in the entire story. He uses the word "Humbug" on its own on seven occasions, although on the seventh we are told he "stopped at the first syllable" after realizing Marley's ghost is real. The word is never used again after that in the book.

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The phrase may have originated earlier, but “Bah, humbug!” was popularized by Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, published in 1843.It is the favored saying of the book’s central character, Ebenezer Scrooge, a mean-spirited, miserly old man, who is visited by three spirits as a chance for personal redemption.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humbug

His famous reference to Christmas, "Bah! Humbug!", declaring Christmas to be a fraud, is commonly used in stage and television versions and also appeared frequently in the original book. The word is also prominently used in The Wizard of Oz, in which the Scarecrow refers to the Wizard as a humbug, and the Wizard agrees.

www.dictionary.com/e/pop-culture/bah-humbug

Today, because bah humbug is so well-recognized as Scrooge’s cranky exclamation, people use the term knowing that its connotation of anti-holiday cheer is widely understood, with humbug itself becoming a synonym for a curmudgeon. The expression enjoys a variety of allusive use across speech and writing, especially during the Christmas season. People use bah humbug to bemoan the elements of ...

www.thoughtco.com/bah-humbug-arguing-against-christmas-249572

The phrase “Bah, Humbug” is today connected solely to Christmas due to Charles Dickens’ character Scrooge, and most people think it represents a general denunciation of others’ having a good time.

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Bah Humbug is a term which means 'Nonsense', so whoever told you that it was a bug was lying!. Unless there actually is, but I highly doubt it. Maybe you should research it further!

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Scrooge having no better answer ready on the spur of the moment, said, “Bah!” again; and followed it up with “Humbug.” The next instance of “humbug” occurs when Scrooge goes to his bedchamber and puts on his night-cap, slippers and nightgown. He sits by an old fireplace trying to get warm on the bitter cold night.

www.imdb.com/title/tt0198321

Directed by Derek Bailey. With James Earl Jones, Martin Sheen, Robert MacNeil. An abridged dramatic reading of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol", performed live at the Pierpont Morgan Library in New York, and based on Dickens's own adaptation for his dramatic readings.

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