If there's good news, it's that boomerang babies aren't entirely those who can't afford to live on their own.
It is not difficult to see how quickly this particular kind of demonstration becomes a boomerang to the manufacturer.
But then it occurred to me that there was a way of using the weapon which threatened, as a boomerang.
This last was a curious "boomerang" effect of the manufacturing clause as extended to binding in the act of 1909.
Bewildered, she tried to retaliate with the boomerang of vituperation.
This was the famous "boomerang," so effective a weapon in the hands of the natives, so useless in that of Europeans.
Pullingo, who had brought his boomerang, at once eyed them eagerly.
Hate, if it starts from love, is a good deal like a boomerang, I guess.
Occasionally, too, Pullingo brought some down with his boomerang.
Luckily, our speed carried us on before it had a chance to ‘boomerang’ back and blow up the old Nairobi.
To return to the parental nest: There's a 40 percent chance you'll ''boomerang'' back to live with your parents at least once (1980s+)