It's not how you pick your nose, it's where you put that booger that counts.— Tre Cool
Delicious Booger quotations
Admitting that Katie had taken too much blood was on par with saying an adult human had pooped their pants or eaten their own boogers!
Love is like a booger, you pick and pick at it.
Then when you get it you wonder how to get rid of it.
If I had a chance to do things over again, I might not start singing.
It was my husband Doolittle's idea. He pushed me out there, the booger. And I'm out there now, so I might as well make the best of it.
We put boogers on our fingers, then shake your hand.
We're out playing ball in the gym, I put boogers on the basketball and pass it to him.
I tape over most of them with Corrie or Neighbours.
Most of them are crap. They can f***ing make anyone look good. I signed Marco Boogers off a video. He was a good player but a nutter. They didn't show that on the video.
I have a 10,000-year-old brain and the boogers of a 7-year-old. That's how I describe myself.
I'm scared of boogers. If anyone ever showed me a booger I'd smash their face in.
I hope some historian will confirm that I was the first cartoonist to use the word 'booger' in a newspaper comic strip.
He was the kind of kid you did not want to sit by.
He kept his boogers in his desk, he wore a neck tie.
Keep your nose to the grindstone. It sharpens your boogers.
Clouds are like boogers hanging on the nostrils of the moon.
The first book I ever wrote was in fourth grade and it was called 'Billy's Booger.' It was an autobiographical piece about a kid who was really bad at math.
When a teacher is paying extra attention to your child, you believe that it's because you raised such an exceptional kid, one that stands out head and shoulders above the rest of her booger-eating friends.
But inside, I'm going, 'Oh my God, is my zipper up? Do I have a booger in my nose?' That's my inner monologue.
And they're also very good at math, these super boogers, and so they teach Billy the ways of mathematics.
I've always liked getting away with just a little bit of what you're not supposed to. Like my first book, Billy's Booger, got me in trouble with the principal's office.
There's shouting, there's blood, there's boogers, there's a whole thing.
I mean, there's spitting, there's fighting, there's ripped jerseys. There's someone grabbing someone's throat. I mean, it's why you have football.
As far as I'm concerned, there's only one Booger.
I always cast people with a sense of humor because people that are super serious don't understand when I ask them to eat a booger it's not necessarily about that. It's about something more. It's about inviting a little bit of absurdity into the process and humanity into the process. Making sure that no matter who we are and what sort of pedestal or glamorous lighting we're under, we're all eating boogers man.
You transition as a mother from literally just pulling a booger out of that person's nose whenever you see one until at some point they assert: "No, I'm a person. You can't fix my underpants on the subway."
Oh, I remember how beautiful you were.
You didn't have any hair. You were such a bald little booger, I thought I was going to have to save up to buy you a toupee.
A bag of Bertie Bott's Every Flavor Beans.
"You want to be careful with those," Ron warned Harry. "When they say every flavor, they mean every flavor - you know, you get all the ordinary ones like chocolate and peppermint and marmalade, but then you can get spinach and liver and tripe. George reckons he had a booger-flavored one once." Ron picked up a green bean, looked at it carefully, and bit into a corner. "Bleaaargh - see? Sprouts.
When I went to college, I lived on campus, and the guys I hung out with made the characters in Revenge of the Nerds look like the Rat Pack in 1962. I, myself made that kid Booger look like Remington Steele.