Bomca (bahm’ ka) – n. A lubricant derived from the salivary gland used for turning book pages.
Anyone whom uses paperwork, or even cash most likely deals with bomca everyday. This is the natural solution that you use when you can’t find Sortkwik right away. Bomca will never be available through office supply stores or online outlets, because it is free, just about anyone can make it. While counting test papers, money, etc., simply take your index finger to your mouth, lick the edge, then keep counting. There you have enough bombca to keep you going until your counting is through. If you work in a place where counting money and making change seems endless such as grocery stores, fast food outlets, horse or dog tracks, you might want to forgo the bomba can keep that tacky finger gel goo around. It might be a bit more effective, and stop your hands from drying out. Nothing saps the moisture from your skin like inked up paper that has been handled by thousands of people from across the country. You might want to reconsider going for the bomca when doing this. Most of us don’t think about what could be on those bank notes. It could be anything from trace amounts of cocaine to some kind of nasty virus. So, wash up often, and clip your money and papers together to keep them organised. Then you should not need to use bomca as much.