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Re: Out of Season Booger!

Postby ChiefThunderbutt on Nov 14 2013 9:11 pm

It really depends on what type booger you are after. I find that the best green tinged boogers with red flecks can be harvested after the heat goes on for the winter and the air in your home is dryer. This is almost a guarantee of a firm full-bodied booger. The squashy or runny booger is best harvested in the spring after the heating season is over. I hope this helps. :egeek :egeek
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Re: Out of Season Booger!

Postby prarie doggin on Nov 14 2013 9:20 pm

Thanks Chief, I want to stay legal here. It's going to be a challenge when booger season overlaps with dingleberry season. :irre2
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Re: Out of Season Booger!

Postby blind mullet on Nov 15 2013 4:24 am

As long as the Dingleberry Regulatory Authority doesn't enact the same rules as the Fishing Authority, i.e. imposing a minimum size, and dingleberries under the minimum size must be returned to their natural habitat and allowed to grow to "legal size"...

There might even be a reappearance of these guys...

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Re: Out of Season Booger!

Postby prarie doggin on Nov 20 2013 11:05 am

Interesting observation. I was just down south for 5 days on business and I noticed a marked change in my boogerage. Gone were the crusty, cranky boogers that were like scraping rust off a battle ship with your finger nail. Within 24 hours, my nose meat was soft and supple and literally oozed out of my nose like Georgia molasses into my sweet tea.
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Re: Out of Season Booger!

Postby tuba cheeks on Nov 21 2013 11:42 am

That's just boogerlicious.
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Re: Out of Season Booger!

Postby prarie doggin on Jan 08 2017 5:04 pm

Had to bring this delicate subject back up. This morning I picked a booger out of my nose that looked just like a corn flake. Then another. Then another from the other nostril. What the hell is happening?

Whoops, mystery solved. I had corn flakes for breakfast and was extermely hungry.
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Re: Out of Season Booger!

Postby ChiefThunderbutt on Jan 08 2017 8:54 pm

This has nothing to do with boogers but a friend...yeah a friend...told me that after eating a burger and fries while drunk he threw-up so violently a french fry came out through his nose. He had eaten so wolfishly that it still had crinkles in it.
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Re: Out of Season Booger!

Postby prarie doggin on Jan 09 2017 7:56 am

Did he happen to have some ketchup handy?
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