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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkzy View Post
    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 .
    Lol - did you stay in the cool group?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scientician View Post
    Lol - did you stay in the cool group?
    Yes! In fact it broke the ice between me and a few of them and I'm still friends with them today hahaha.

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    I've been known to drop one and blame the kids.

    DH will drop one and then come out and challenge me or DD1 to go and guess what he ate. Eeew lol.

    I had a long conversation with a friend about the 'walking farts.' You know, when you really need to fart and every step you take a little one comes out, they are light and airy until you stop 'near the jewellery store and out comes the daddy fart, what a ripper and the snobbish ladies all look at you wide eyed.'

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    Haha... My brother taught his kids that a fart was called a 'frog'... Cos it sounds like someone trod on a frog. So if you ask them 'did you fart?' they'll look at you blankly and be like 'no, but I did frog!' =]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosebones View Post
    I've been known to drop one and blame the kids.

    DH will drop one and then come out and challenge me or DD1 to go and guess what he ate. Eeew lol.

    I had a long conversation with a friend about the 'walking farts.' You know, when you really need to fart and every step you take a little one comes out, they are light and airy until you stop 'near the jewellery store and out comes the daddy fart, what a ripper and the snobbish ladies all look at you wide eyed.'
    Ohhhhh that made me laugh Don't you love husbands!!

    By the way... those 'walking farts' you're talking about also have another term. It's called 'crop dusting'! This is gross but I used to work as a flight attendant and all the compression/decompression of the aircraft would give us cabin crew really bad bloating and gas. To avoid letting off in the galley all the time, we would walk down the aisle 'crop dusting' haha... the poor passengers!

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    Don't know if I 'love' it but I am the gassiest person ever. Ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkzy View Post
    Yes! In fact it broke the ice between me and a few of them and I'm still friends with them today hahaha.
    Or cleared the air

    Sorry, bad attempt at a joke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosebones View Post
    I had a long conversation with a friend about the 'walking farts.' You know, when you really need to fart and every step you take a little one comes out, they are light and airy
    My husband calls this 'crop dusting' .. sigh

    eta- Anablam beat me to it ... (good to know about aeroplane staff .. I'll ask for a window seat )

    I have no choice BUT to embrace toilet humour and flatulence ... I and the only girl in this house - three boys AND a male dog .. I have no chance

    In this house farts are called barvooms, because thats what Jack used to say when he did one when he was little
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    I fart in the supermarket because there is nothing funnier than being in the next aisle and hearing someone walk smack bang into your cloud.

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    I hardly ever fart. Dead serious. DF has only heard me fart twice in 5+ years. I just never need to.
    I hate when people fart around me. DF does it on purpose. Sits under the aircon vent and let's one rip. Silently. Then it creeps over to me and I start gagging and he starts laughing 'Sorry babe, should have let you know' seriously, it is NOT funny!


 

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