nose-picker

nose-picker

Someone who uses their finger to remove mucus from the nose. I am bound and determined to make sure my kids don't become nose-pickers!
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I have not been involved in any discussions on that" International Trade Secretary Liam Fox, insisting the Cabinet had not agreed a deal to allow free movement of labour for three years after Brexit "The only way to mitigate the dreadful instability that will be costly for communities and industry is to try to ensure that, at least for a transitional period, we retain participation in the single market or the customs union, or both" Former Labour leader Lord Kinnock "I have a personal allergy to cliches because my mother ran off with a milkman" Artist Grayson Perry "They always say I'm not funny" Actress Nicole Kidman, above, complaining she never gets offered comedy roles "I am a terrible nose-picker.
a mission to rattle Natasha Hamilton and The Apprentice nose-picker James Hill, and did so with a (fake) homophobic rant.
The reader, the nose-picker, the punks, emos and three-piece-suites were invisible in McDonalds.
Quite right, mate, anyone who carries on like that is probably a nose-picker as well.
PICKING your nose is called Rhinotillexis and we do it an average of four times a day - but Egyptian king Tutankhamen had his own personal nose-picker.
Well it won't bother me having no scenery to look at for 30 minutes, not when the alternative is being hemmed in by nose-pickers and mobile phone shouters on the M62.
what to expect and who the nose-pickers of the band are.
But while nose-pickers, toenail cutters and foul-mouthed neds barely raise an eyebrow in public, breast-feeders are often treated like pariahs.