I have heard lots of stories of lads pushing for a date to come back and setting themselves back to square one, that's the boogey man
for me and what I want to avoid.
We weren't so easily led to believe that a boogey man
was hiding behind each door, and we weren't so obsessed with political correctness.
I think the retelling of a scarey boogey man
, of some type, is found in the folk lore, worldwide, in many if not all cultures.
Buckingham: "There will always be some new boogey man
This intro doesn't exactly position Wick as someone Russian mobsters would refer to as "the Boogey Man
," but of course, everyone in the theater already knows what's coming.
Culture is often a convenient boogey man
They are being persecuted by some vicious, terrorizing boogey man
called "the Left.
to actually have it taking place now, as the city of Prague was waking up, was like watching a boogey man
suddenly jump out of the closet.
Like a misguided parent who tries to keep a child in line by scaring the offspring with the boogey man
, overzealous authorities use methods to frighten gullible citizens out of their wits.
The tax exemption is the perennial boogey man
of the credit union trades and the banking trades' excuse for existing when there's nothing important going on (like, say, a deep, prolonged financial crisis).
More recently, she has appeared in the British film Clubbed and played lead role Audrey in the feature film The Boogey Man
Now every kid knows, even little soldiers, that the boogey man
lives in the basement, hiding behind piles of coal used to stoke the clattering furnace.