Boo boo

American Slang,English Vocabulary 11 August 2011 | 4 Comments

“I have a boo boo on my hand.”

Slang of the day: boo boo

Meaning: This word is mainly used with children. It’s a small injury, like a scratch or cut.

Usage: Did baby fall down and get a boo boo?

Dialog:
Sue – Whaaaaaaaa!!!
Mom – What happened?
Sue – Fell down, hurt!
Mom – Oh, you got a boo boo. I’m sorry. Let me kiss it and make it all better.
Sue – Thanks mama.

4 Responses on “Boo boo”

  1. hadi says:

    hehehe, so cute and lovely. For me this slang is the most interesting one I’ve ever come across in this blog. I had a lot of boo boo(s) when I was a kid.There are still some signs of that hurting on my hand.
    By the way, Do we have plural form of this slang? Boo boos?!

  2. Bettina says:

    I’m sure I’ll still remember. It’s easy. In France we say: “Bo bo”
    Thanks Yvonne.
    By the way, it seems to me that you like kids. They might love your draws and stories.

  3. Yvonne says:

    Bettina, Are you in France? Did you know I live in France too? I’m right outside of Paris. My children do love my pictures and they like to read the stories too. Sometimes they tell me what to draw if I can’t think of something. 🙂

  4. Yvonne says:

    Hi Hadi, Yes, boo boos. Is correct for the plural. My youngest son gets tons of boo boos all over his legs and knees. He falls a lot. 🙁

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