woolly-booger
 n.— «Smithson, also a retired state trooper, called Roan’s amendment a “woolly-booger,” a colloquial term for last-minute language inserted in a bill that has far-reaching impact. “He’s a very sharp House member, and he saw an opportunity to get a woolly-booger right in the middle of this bill,” said Smithson. “Nobody bothered to read it because it was a clean-up bill.”» —“Law ends towns’ trap designation…“ by Julie Bisbee NewsOK (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) May 16, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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