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Synonyms for booger

an imaginary monster used to frighten children

dried nasal mucus

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Raymond Earl and Booger John were alerted and started walking away.
What is a booger? It wasn't really a booger, Molly just liked to pretend that it
I'm usually the one telling people they got a booger in their nose."--Al Davis
With this issue you will get four epic free gifts - a Booger Blaster, Xtreme Freeze Pop, Minecraft Pig and a mystery gift.
And if somebody tried to bully my kid (Lily-Rose, 16, and John, 13, from his relationship with Vanessa Paradis), if they didn't destroy the little booger, I would."
In immortalizing Booger (Curtis Armstrong) and the other nerds, the movie became ideal fodder for Twee-haters, who disdain a wide range of artists--artists like Wes Anderson (both his characters and even his sets); the aforementioned Deschanel; and the British singer Morrissey.
That can be a thing of the past with the help of the Booger Treestand Retriever from Walnut Grove Hunting.
Her most notable work is her award-winning children's series, "Loogie the Booger Genie.''
Boulder, CO, May 17, 2014 --( Readers have spoken, and the results are in: One-eyed Booger, Little Donkeyoyete with his ear issues and Traveler with his arthritis will be feeling better because their owner, Sandy Lynch, has been chosen as the Grand Prize winner in the Horse&Rider and EQUUS magazine Nutrena[R] #BarnLife Contest.
I cut my teeth hunting those sneaky old whitetail bucks on my family's farm in Booger Bottom, Georgia, so I hold them in high regard.
When I sing to my booger he calms down and stares at me like he's in love which makes me feel amazing, or he's just trying to tell me to shut the hell up because I can't sing.
A British cafe would be highly unlikely to offer a drink called 'Booger Breath', while it is difficult to envisage a British teenager in Milo's circumstances without a mobile phone.
In Ape House, Gruen juggles a sprawling plot, clowns around with some laughable side characters (a dog named Booger, for one) and magically makes everything work out in the end, adding circus to the list of things that unite her two most recent novels.
As one remarks, "I can't wait until Booger 2 is born.