snot


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snot

(snŏt)
n.
Nasal mucus; phlegm.
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"Will you please shut up, I'm trying to do my SNOT here," I said.
And although one person may not mind having 'snot' on their vehicle, others will object to it."
Hartzell calls the snot gun "a neat idea," and she speculates that it's also used in other microorganisms.
Maria Smout, 29, from Tonbridge, Kent said: "Eating snot is disgusting but kids think it's funny.
His caution read: "Anti-social behaviour towards David Cameron - sneezing in your hand and wiping snot down the back of his jacket."
And although one person may not mind having "snot" on their vehicle, others will object to it."
Take Posh's hair and Sid Snot's cap and you get a truly individual look...
FAVE: Halle Berry presented an award; SNOT NICE: star Justin; Timberlake joins in the fun
ROBOT noses' ability to detect smells can be boosted by coating the sensor with artificial snot, scientists have found.
In a bar the other night she spied, through a haze of snot, a luscious lovely at the pool table.
Instantly, Gary started lamenting the prolific nature of his baby's "snot".
I'm sure Orlando is lovely, but when I see him I have a maternal urge to brush his hair and check his nose for snot.