“Messy Boots”

Noun.

Mes-sy-boots

Mê-sē-/b-Ŭ-t-\s

: colloquial phrase used to describe a person that is socially or interpersonally messy; always interested or involved in drama. “Boots”..has become an appropriate suffix for which follows a demeaning adjective such as petty, messy, shallow…and it refers to a person in place of his or her name.

Example:

a.) “You are always involved in some drama. Stay out of other people’s business, Messy Boots!”

b.) Gina: Tom you are SO childish! Why can’t you handle things like an adult?

Tom: Shut up Gina!

Gina: Real smooth, Petty Boots!

 

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