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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"It's nice - as a mum especially - to know that it's not generally going to be me snotting and sobbing my way through every scene."
"I'm glad I'm not going to be snotting & sobbing through every scene TAMZIN OUTHWAITE ON HER NEW TRICKS ROLE
"(When someone tells a joke) Simon is there, literally snotting into his hand.
Who doesn't love crying and snotting all over the place while they eat?
"John locked me in a trailer with the saddest music I've ever heard and said, 'Come out when you're ready' and kind of tortured me." Apparently it worked, Sienna ended up "sobbing and snotting all over the place".