snot (oneself)

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snot (oneself)

To slip, trip, stumble, or otherwise fall to the ground, especially in a clumsy or embarrassing manner. I hit a patch of ice on my bike and ended up snotting myself on the pavement. Luckily no one was around to see. I cringed so hard when the bride snotted herself coming down the aisle.
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snot

1. n. nasal mucus. (Crude.) He sneezed and got snot all over the newspaper.
2. n. a nasty person; an obnoxious person. (Rude and derogatory.) You needn’t be such a snot about it.
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Coming from a Fine Gael TD the party message it gave was: "We'll rake in the big bucks while the little people pay." If you snot yourself off a swing because you're holding a bottle of beer in one hand and reaching for a bottle of wine with the other, you've nobody to blame but yourself.