boo-boo boo-boo


  • (n) an embarrassing mistake



  1. Allowing Lehman to fail cited often as the government's biggest boo-boo started a chain reaction.
  2. But by anointing Quayle, Bush also stepped into deep boo-boo.
  3. Marie: I got a boo-boo.


  1. And it's one, two, three L's you're in at the old ball game

    OMAHA, Neb. -- Fans at TD Ameritrade Park couldn't help but notice the boo-boo on top of the third-base dugout Saturday. The College World Series logo was misspelled, with the first word appearing as "Colllege." The word was spelled correctly on the first-base dugout.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Alexandria Town Talk

  2. Whiting: Columnist gets lesson in skin cancer

    After two months of referrals, I'm on my fourth doctor for what's been diagnosed as a knee infection, possibly from an embedded thorn. It's a weird boo-boo because I usually heal within a few weeks, even after nasty scrapes. But I'm good. I asked a...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Laguna News Post


  1. When asked if the device was a cast or just a wrist guard, Alexander said: "It's just a thing we made up. A boo-boo, with a boo-boo protector. Sounds great."
    on Sep 13, 2007 By: Shaun Alexander Source: USA Today

  2. "He just saw that I wasn't catching today and he didn't want to throw to someone else," Snyder said with a smile. "He got all boo-boo-lipped and said he couldn't pitch."
    on Feb 27, 2009 By: Chris Snyder Source:

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