A BUSKER OF SORTS

To busk is not a pretty verb. It sounds like the utterances Picts and Celts made when they decided that mere grunts were not conveying the complexity of their thought patterns. But it actually has its roots in the Spanish word buscar, which means someone who cannot decide between two modes of transportation. Regardless of its highfalutin pedigree, busking sounds pretty much like what this guy was doing, onomatopoetically speaking.