Where Do Boogers Come from?


Boogers are dried-up snot and dirty nose debris. Boogers are filled with the junk that's in the air you breathe. It is a delightful mixture of mucus, dust, pollen, germs, sand, fungi, smoke, small particles from outer space. They may appear as small, slimy lumps or big, dry, brown clumps.
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Boogers come from dried up and congealed mucus filled with bacteria caught in your nose
Not Medical Advice: Boogers are a dried secretion of the mucus membranes that help to protect the body from infection!
I really want a real explanation as to where they come from I'm not just being funny. My friend wanted me to also ask if anyone has had them fried lol. Boogers come from the nose.
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When mucus and the dirt and debris it has trapped dry and clump together, they form boogers.
Boogers in the nose come from a number of materials that are in the air. Boogers are composed of things such as dirt, debris, and dust from the air we breathe.
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