Why We Don't Use 'Boop The Snoot'

Have you ever wondered why we say boop the nose instead of boop the snoot?

For those unaware, a snoot has become synonymous to mean snout in 'Doggo' language — the internet lingo propelled by We Rate Dogs, Maya the Samoyed, Tucker Budzyn, Doggos being Doggos, Charlie the Golden and many more.

Well, the term actually wasn’t known to us until about a year after we launched Boop My Nose ®.

According to Urban Dictionary, the first activity of the phrase was in July 2016 -- https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=boop+the+snoot.

So although ‘Boop the Snoot’ is catchy and fun, we’ve decided to stick to our original phrasing.

Where was the first time you heard the term ‘Boop the Snoot’? Let us know below!

6 comments

  • I’m not sure where I heard it exactly but I think I heard it from a youtuber called Markiplier, i cant remember though Bc like it’s been a while since I heard that phrase. Both phrases are adorable!

    Louie
  • Totally prefer Boop my Nose! It just fits.

    Ember
  • “Heh back in my day 50 years ago it was called a snout, first time seeing it called a snoot hehhe”

    Posted from my iPhone I don’t know how to change the signature on

    Retarded Boomer
  • This is the first time I have ever heard it called a “snoot” though SNOUT is something I’ve been calling it since childhood.

    Holly
  • It’s a snout anyway not “snoot”

    Sooooo

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