Monday, June 22, 2009

Slang Gang Word of the Day - Two for one special


June 21: beauty booger
Small adornment worn on the side of the nose, attractive to some, not so attractive to others.
In today's corporate world, fashionistas prefer a small jeweled or precious metal beauty booger instead of a nose ring.

"Dad, can I have a diamond BB for my birthday? All my friends have them, please please please please?"

**And now, we know the official name**

June 22: keep it bowlin'
According to Creed from "The Office", "Everyone likes bowling, so this is a phrase for when you want to tell someone to stay positive. For example, if someone tells you they lost their job, you can just tell them to keep it bowlin and thatll cheer them up."

Hey, keep it bowlin', buddy.

**My new personal favorite**

12 comments:

tiburon said...

Freakin love it!!

Keep it bowlin...

tammy said...

I read "booty" booger at first.

I plan to keep it bowlin' today.

Pedaling said...

i like those.
and will incorperate them in to my language....

Jenny said...

"Keep it bowlin,blogbuddy"

I could get the hang of this!

rychelle said...

i love a two-fer. so much value for your buck on this blog! ;)

Tanja said...

I like it, it just rolls of the lips. ;)

Vanessa said...

I hate nose rings. I always think its a booger.

Sue said...

No beauty boogers for me.. Sooo not attractive--especially on a g-ma!

I will try to keep it bowlin today!

Martha H. said...

Beauty boogers are gross!

Cadance said...

yep...I'm not into strange piercings! Ears..are the places that are OK!

I suck at bowling...so what does that mean...well unless it's Wii bowling!

Jan the crazy lady said...

You are so funny. I caught up on your latest blogs and I am so impressed with your empowering endurance in your runs and such. You are a doll. I love it.

Beauty boogers are a catch all to all things not associated with beauty. The are beauty booger catchers.

Love to bowl. I felt better.

Omgirl said...

Wait, is that talking about a nose ring/nose jewel, or one that is pierced through the cheek to the side of the nose?