Eye Discharges · PetMassage™ Training and Research Institute
Rheum (/ˈruːm /; from Greek: ῥεῦμα, rheuma , a flowing, rheum) is thin mucus naturally discharged as a watery substance from the eyes, nose or mouth during sleep (cf. mucopurulent discharge). Rheum dries and gathers as a crust in the corners of the eyes or mouth, on the eyelids, or under the nose. Also called “goobers” and “boogers”.
It just isn’t true love without eye snots!
Of course she did! That’s what helped seal the deal! Right Dad?
The eyes have it.
My dog came as a stray who wandered into my life. At first, I tried to chase her away, but then decided she was my dog. She went with me on the paper route every day. Children called me “Paper Tom” and the dog, “Paper Dog.”
Dogs are a natural with eye goobers.
Thanks, never head of those before. Like us, I think it can also be called ‘sleep’ in our eyes.Every morning I wipe the ‘sleep’ off one of my big dog’s eyes. I guess they can’t feel it when it’s there.
Isn’t that where the sandman comes in?
My grandmother called them ‘sleepers’. She was from the south, lol!
Eye goobers – funny! We call them “eye guck.”
What a question!
yeah and they made her butt look fat too
November 20, 2013