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picking my nose

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when i was a kid , i told my little sister one day as she picked her nose THAT the more she picked out the boogahs ,....the FASTER new ones would grow ,...and eventually she would have to be pickin' her nose as a full time job just to keep breathing !

evilbrother
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When I was little, I would always wake up with snot in my nose. I thought that in the night a guy would come in my house and stick boogers up my nose.

The booger victim
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When I was about 9 my grandpa would tell me not to pick my nose...except he said it in russian (i knew russian) but there were to ways to say pick a he used the one that sounded most like "picking a scab" so whenever he said to sopt picking my nose, I would get scared thinking that it would start bleeding and never did it again.

Pickin Menose
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My brother used to believe that dried out boogers were actually "paving" the inside of your nose.

sm
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When I was young my dad told me that when I picked my nose, a lump appeared at the back of my head, so even if I was facing away from him he would always know when I was doing it.

Anon
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When I was about 3 or 4, I remember being in the car with my Dad on the freeway. I turned toward the window so my dad wouldn't see me picking my nose, and durning the action, a trucker passed by and saw me digging for gold. I was terrified that he was going to report me to the cops!

Bets
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my gandma said that if i picked my nose my eyes would drop out

Lesley
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When I was about 3 or 4 I was eating my boogers when my gramdma told me that boogers were actually dead bugs. Never did that again!!

What?!
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When I was little, I would pick my nose and throw the boogers on the floor (I never ate them). Then I would have nightmares of shuffling through thick piles of boogers throughout the house like autumn leaves! I never could figure out why they're made, and I still pick them, but I usually throw them in the trash can.

What else are they for?
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This isn't from me, but from my 4 year old daughter. Over the weekend she told me she was eating her boogers because she thought they would turn her eyes green.

Adam Skinner
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my mum said to me when i was little that if i picked my nose my brain would come out of my nose! and i believed her lol!!! stupid huh?? x

stacey
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This is disgusting - When I was at primary school I used to pick my nose, wipe the bogey under the table (which I called the oven). Then about a week later I would check under the table to see if it had been cooked and pick it off. Oh dear!!

bogey queen
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When I was little, my mom told me that there was a snail that lived in my nose, and if I picked my nose the snail would bite my finger off!

Lady J
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I always picked me nose when I was younger (and still do)

My dad and mum used to tell me if I kept picking my nose I would burrow a hole to my brain and it would all come out my nostrils.

The Fluffster.
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my brother used to pick his nose and smear it all over the wall. i thought i was way smarter then him because i would pick my nose and wipe it on the side of the bed so no one would know.

kate
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My little brother had a bad habit of picking his nose, and when we would tell him to stop, he would simply cover his finger and nose with his other hand, thinking that we couldn't see what he was doing.

britt
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I used to think that snot was called putty. I don't know why, though...

Mad, delusional demon chicken owl
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When i was younger I thought my parents knew about my nose picking because they were watching me through a television! My other theory was that they were mind readers when they were actually in the same room when i was doing it!

boogiegal
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When I was at kindergarten age my mom used to tell me if I picked my nose that worms would grow in there. So every time I picked my nose I would suddenly think that the worms would come slither out my nose if I would continue on picking so with that thought I would stop immediately.

Amy
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when i was little i used to pick my nose and eat my boogers ( i know... gross). One day my mom, aunt, and grandparents, and I went boating. I starting picking my nose and eating my boogers, my aunt caught me and told me that if i kept eating my boogers, worms would grow in my stomach! That definetly got me to stop eating my boogers....

Anon
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