When someone is scheming on someone all the time but never acts on it. They're just scheming in the background.
Damn, you bein a Boo Radley. Just ask her out already.
by JakeElSnake January 19, 2019
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To stab another in the leg, particularly the upper thigh area with scissors. The word is derived from the action of the character Boo Radley from the great Amercan novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.
He was so enraged by John's actions that he straight up went for the Boo Radley!
by TPowlove09 April 21, 2010
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A fictional significant other. That is, a boyfriend/girlfriend/spouse, one that a friend frequently refers to, that neither you nor any of your friends has met. Refers to the slang boo as a sig. other, and, obviously, a reference to the secretive, mostly-hidden character in the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird.
"I should bring my girlfriend out from New Jersey for prom..."
"Oh, the internet one no one has ever met? Your Boo Radley?"
by Dizz Markie April 17, 2007
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Creepy kid in To Kill a Mockingbird that attacked a family member with scissors. Also was locked in the basement of his home. He also saved the main character in the book.
Kid: Can I borrow a pair of scissors?
Teacher: Sure, as long as you don't go all Boo Radley on me
by Angelina, The Dick Sucker December 18, 2014
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A alcoholic beverage consisting of a small cup full of ice, 3-4 shots of your liqour of choice (original liquor used 'Spiced Rum'), and a drop of coke (or other pop). If there's more than an ounce of coke mixed its called a "big icy"
The next day was a write-off after drinking boo radleys all night
by Jcott April 20, 2007
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