Similar in meaning to the more conventional "boo", but with more emphasis. For the avid Simpson viewer in particular.
It's snowing again?!? Boourns
Similar to "boo," only not quite the same.
Mr. Burns: Smithers, are they boo-ing me?
Smithers: Uh...no. They're saying boo-URNS, boo-URNS
Mrs. Burns: (To the crowd) Excuse me, are you saying BOO or BOOURNS?
Hans Moleman: (to himself) I was saying boourns.
Obscure reference to the Simpsons: Monty Burns has just made a speech, and was getting booed out. When he asks his kiss-ass assistant if they're booing him, he replies "No, sir...they're saying boo-urns." He then asks the crowd, and they continue to boo him, save for Hans Moleman, who says "Well, I was saying boo-urns."
An exclamation, used in disappointment or excitement
"I lost the tickets to the concert."
Exclamation. A cheer for The Simpsons
character Montgomery Burns
. Often used incorrectly by Canadians to suggest disproval of anything, rather than approval of Burns.
Obviously, "boo" and "Boo-urns" are two different and mutually exclusive words.
My, that old dog, Monty Burns has done it again! Boo-urns! Boo-urns, I say!
"Are you saying 'boo' or 'boo-urns'?" - C.M. Burns
, The Simpsons
It's from that episode of The Simpsons where the audience is booing Mr. Burns. Hans Momans was like: "I was saing boo urns!"
Boo urns means that sucks or boo hoo.
That sucks! Boo urns!
PRAISE for something
....NOT the same as "boo"
otherwise that line in the Simpsons doesnt make any sense
"Are they saying boo or boo urns?"
"I was saying boo urns"
An expression of frustration or dissappointment with a particular outcome, most often in reply to a statement made by someone else.
Alternate meaning: Burns (proper name).
"I got stuck working night shifts all weekend."