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    Quote Originally Posted by bronny-jane View Post
    You know your in a solid relationship when you can pull off a Dutch oven

    And to answer the original question...yes, I love a good toot!
    However, DH please don't fart around me when I am eating! I don't want your microscopic pooh particles in my mouth when I am eating
    My DH also does a really good "fart train" in the mornings where he toots with every step And I always call out, in Driver Dan fashion "all aboard the Fart Train"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    see this its fart dust.


    I will NEVER look at --> in the same way ever again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannonigans View Post
    was I to know that "me-me" wasnt the universal word for excusing burps and farts!


    *Dear iPhone, stop autocorrecting all my swear words you piece of shut.
    Can't!
    DYAC...go to he'll*
    THAT is a great story!!!


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    Nothing beats a good farting comp... Until someone follows though!!

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    *through!

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    A good fart makes me laugh. I just can't help it. Especially when it sounds like a duck quacking. Lol (I think the endone just kicked in)
    Last edited by Scientician; 14-01-2012 at 18:43.

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    ...better out than in

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    I'll never forget an involuntary fart I did in high school.

    My 2 friends and I were sitting in a circle with the 'cool kids' in Grade 8. One of my friends was so obsessed with us 'fitting in' and being 'accepted' by them. Any way, lots of conversations were going on but unfortunately, I couldn't hold in my massive, loud fart any longer and when I adjusted my legs (I was sitting cross legged), it happened when everyone had stopped talking...

    I remember 12 girls laughing hysterically but also remember how red my friends face went and the disapproving look she gave me for it. She didn't talk to me for the rest of the day .

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