Origin : American,
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Definition funny of Bootsie:
something wack and/or uncool; someone who is played out
That nigga was so bootsie, how you gonna ask for my number after trying to talk to my friend?
(adj) Of a negative or undesirable nature.
Damn, those P-Flyers are bootsie.
lame, boring, or whack. boot-like in appearance.
Man, that movie was bootsie. Yo dude, you ever seen italy before, its hella bootsie.
1) To commit an error on a ground ball in baseball 2) To make a horrible mistake
Songs about Bootsie:
Harlem N.Y.C. [Beats 2 Blow Remix0(feat. Bootsie & Herb McGruff) [Explicit] by Big L from the Album The Danger Zone: Deluxe Edition
Bootsie's Goodbye / Love Will Never Be the Same by Dave Garner from the Album Savannah Smiles (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Fuck Ur Bootsie Boyfriend by A.G Cubano Lil Raider featuring Baby Gas from the Album Naaaasty
Bootsie Whitelaw by Ike And Tina Turner from the Album A Fool In Love
Bootsie by James Moody from the Album Over the Rainbow (The Best Of)
Bootsie by James Moody from the Album Paris Jazz Sounds
Bootsie by Ken McIntyre from the Album Hindsight
Books about Bootsie:
Bootsie Barker Bites by Barbara Bottner (May 19, 1997)
Sleeping Bootsie (Step into Reading) by Maribeth Boelts and Patricia Cantor (Jun 28, 2011)
Bootsie - Number 2 (Book Two) by Mike James (Jul 19, 2011)
Bootsie Barker Ballerina (I Can Read Book 3) by Barbara Bottner and G. Brian Karas (Apr 30, 1998)
Bootsie - Goes on Tour (Book Six) by Mike James (Nov 10, 2011)
Bootsie - You're 8 (Book One) by Mike James (Jul 8, 2011)
Bootsie - The Schoolboy (Book Three) by Mike James (Jul 20, 2011)
Movies about Bootsie:
Bootsie Barker Bites/Ruby the Copycat 1994 NR - Runtime: 26 mins Starring: Shelley Duvall
Wiki information Bootsie:
Bootsie and Snudge is a British sitcom that aired on ITV from 1960 to 1963 and in 1974. The show is a spin-off of The Army Game, a sitcom about soldiers undertaking national service, and follows two of the main characters after they returned to...
Robert "Bootsie" Barnes is an American jazz tenor saxophonist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In the 1950s Barnes played with various musicians in Philadelphia, including Lee Morgan, Philly Joe Jones and Bill Cosby. During the 1960s he performed...