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booger

A popular term for a small mass of congealed nasal mucus.
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It wasn't really a booger, Molly just liked to pretend that it
Boogers falls into that category but we knew he was rubbish from the moment he walked through the door.
He possess an MSc graduate degree in Petroleum Engineering from Delft University, Mr Boogers has done MBA from Rotterdam School of Management and a MSc in Risk Management from New York University s Stern Business School.
In Bedroom Eyes, 2002-2004, Scott Teplin's felt-tip pen notes-to-self at the head and foot of a fitted bedsheet--NOW THAT I'VE DECIDED TO MAKE THIS BED ART I MIGHT HAVE TO WIPE MY BOOGERS ON THE BEDSTAND--float amid a constellation of doodled boob-like eyeballs, eyeball-like boobs, and pairs of boys' underwear.
I'm sneezing up a storm and I don't want to get boogers on my keyboard.
If you're like most kids, you love talking about body functions--farts, vomit, pus, feces (more commonly referred to as "poop"), and boogers.
For example, "Virgo: Your boogers will grow legs and walk about on your face.
He had boogers coming out of his nose, boogers coming out of his air sac.
He formed a prolific partnership with Markus Boogers, once of West Ham, and is now looking forward to achieving his full potential in Scotland.
Rieper arrived in these shores five years ago as one of a clutch of supposedly colourful, but disastrously ill-advised foreign signings attempted by West Ham United manager Harry Redknapp - including Dani, Radaciou, Futre, Marco Boogers, the man who ended up living in a caravan, and Javier Marcos, the Chilean who decided a season's service was more than enough.
And two years ago, Dutch striker Marco Boogers made the club a laughing stock when he fled home to Holland and ended up living in a caravan - declared psychologically unfit to play football.
The imports are: goalkeeper Ludek Miklosko (Czech Republic); defenders John Harkes (on loan, US), Keith Rowland (N Ireland), Marc Rieper (Denmark), Slaven Bilic (Croatia), Chris Coyne (Australia), Graham Phillson (N Ireland); midfield players Robbie Slater (Australia), Stan Lazaridis (who broke a leg on Wednesday, Australia), Michael Hughes (on loan, N Ireland) and strikers Marco Boogers (Holland), Iain Dowie (N Ireland) and Dani (on loan, Portugal).