Boogers are mainly made up of natural oil your skin secretes, dead skin, dust/dirt filtered out from the air you breadth by nose hairs and muscus producted by the body to keep your air ways moist. They have no significant nutritional value. Stop eating them. You jelly?- f
There is no word for the fear of boogers
Everyone has boogers.
I do not know if owls have boogers. But I bet they do.
Boogers are a sign of your immune system.
yes they smell like boogers
anything that has a nasal cavity will have boogers
Yes, horses do have boogers but there boogers is way up in the top of there nose where it first starts and there boogers is very larger than a humans so yes they do.
Pets actually have no snot/boogers at all. Eye boogers are not boogers, they are called sleep. They are different. I hope that helps. But alas, I do not know why they have lots.
yes, birds have 'boogers' because they have nostrils.
I don't believe anyone sells boogers.
Boogers Are My Beat was created in 2003.
Boogers are not poisones they are just GROSS!! i have a 2 year old brother and he eats his boogers and there is no problen with him so your fine.
Boogers are dust particles that get stuck in your snot and dry
Because booger sounds more goey
yes of course, all things have boogers
its just a random American term they made up
Marco Boogers was born on 1967-01-12.
Yes in fact boogers are highly contagious. Boogers are a greenish brown sometimes red substince that americans use to clean tables. They are slimy.
no, they don't, and what stupid idiot would smell their boogers? wow... get a life!
Well boogers can be green because different germs will have different colours.
It depends on you if you'll make boogers as a flavor of your Jell-O.
Special glands in the nose produce "boogers" to keep bacteria from entering our bodies. (You know your snot is doing its job when your boogers are green from the build-up of bacteria)