Origin of booger
Examples from the Web for booger
One of them was that it was hosted by Robert Carradine and Curtis Armstrong—Lewis and Booger from Revenge of the Nerds.Your Princess Is in Another Castle: Misogyny, Entitlement, and Nerds|Arthur Chu|May 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Booger had been reaching for the door handle but now he whirled on me, all Hulked out and throbbing veins.
Booger flashed his badge at me too fast for me to get a good look at it, but Zit in the front seat gave me a long look at his.
He was breathing fast through his nose, making the booger wiggle.
"You've been momentarily detained so that we can ensure your safety and the general public safety," Booger said.
The booger one stepped right up close to me, his foot on the inside of mine.
Word Origin and History for booger
"nasal mucus," by 1890s; earlier bugger. Also boogie.