to upset, disturb or offend.
can be used as a (noun) to describe a person who has committed the act.
can also be used as a substitute for any verb that has a boonzing effect.
originally used to describe acts committed by our dog, Lola Beans aka "Beans Boonz" when she was defiant of our authority.
"he really boonzed us when he wouldn't stop talking about his comic book collection"
"she was such a boonz when she told me who to have as a bridesmaid in my wedding"
"i hate it when cars try to boonz into my lane in traffic"