About a year ago, I decided to change "snot bubble" from a noun to an adjective when describing how emotional something was for me.
For example, "It was so sweet and I was crying so hard, like snot-bubble-crying." Know what I mean? As funny as I like to be, I actually cry at a lot of things. Mostly, I'm a sympathetic crier. TV, on stage, movies...if someone is shedding a tear, I'm right there with them. Tear for tear.
Now, with Burl and winter, we are experiencing a whole new way that snot bubble can be used as an adjective. When Burl gets a runny nose, IT RUNS AND RUNS AND RUNS. He doesn't fuss much or seem to be bothered by it. He's just a little bit snuggly, more drippy, and he is still very cute,