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booger

A popular term for a small mass of congealed nasal mucus.
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You gotta hit him back," Raymond Earl advised, as he and Booger John started jogging towards the ice truck's melody.
Was Molly afraid of the booger? She sometimes worried that it might be a rabies vector, but Stella
The "Loogie the Booger Genie'' was not your first book.
Hunting Booger Bottom: Life Lessons from the Field comes from a self-professed redneck hunter who has traveled the world in search of game, and who retains affection and affinity for the tiny Georgia hamlet of Booger Bottom.
"Yes, now your booger's trying to eat you!" replies his distressed dad.
Una historia trataria sobre el Booger Monster, otra sobre los hermanos que tratan de atrapar al monstruo de Loch Ness, otra seria sobre extraterrestres ...
Teams of consultants now will be brought in to Domino's and other large corporations to draw up multipronged strategies for fighting back against booger attacks.
Now Bernann McKinney has a litter of pups all genetically identical to her late lamented pooch, Booger.
This musical series features, "Booger Boogie--a jazzy swing on blowing your nose" and "Cosmos McCool--Cosmos' parents get a divorce." These developmental milestones appear to be illustrated by the same person.
Slimeball: Toe Thompson (Jimmy Bennett) reaches into the Booger in Robert Rodriguez's Shorts.
COUNTRYSIDE: A dumb bull is supposed to sound like the "voice of a booger," a ghost in Appalachian culture.
his booger box gets bigger." I agreed to only one reference to nasal mucus as "boogers," and that line occurred on page 7.