About this thread’s new subject:
“The Runaway Busk Complaint Thread”
busk 1 (bʌsk)
1. a strip of whalebone, wood, steel, etc, inserted into the front of a corset to stiffen it
2. archaic , dialect or the corset itself
[C16: from Old French busc , probably from Old Italian busco splinter, stick, of Germanic origin]
busk 2 (bʌsk)
( Brit ) ( intr ) to make money by singing, dancing, acting, etc, in public places, as in front of theatre queues
[C20: perhaps from Spanish buscar to look for]
busk 3 (bʌsk)
1. to make ready; prepare
2. to dress or adorn
[C14: from Old Norse būask , from būa to make ready, dwell; see bower 1 ]
Or did you mean “bus”?
That would make more sense.