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    Eww no!

    I wouldn't be happy about that at all. I don't find it funny - just gross.

    I've never been in a relationship where that's happened, so it's definitely not all men that do it!

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    My husband rarely farts in front of anyone. Either do I but I don't fart all that much our diet is pretty great and we are both very regular so perhaps that's why. My ex was terrible with them and thought them the height of humour. My DS always comes back thinking farting and burping anywhere anytime is fine including my kitchen dinner table etc. etiquette training begins after each visit

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    Quote Originally Posted by CountryGirl77 View Post
    Thanks for the feedback. It seems the responses are varied. He's wide awake when he does this and obviously forces the damn things out as loudly as he can for his own amusement. They generally don't smell thank goodness but it's the rudeness and bad manners that really makes me mad.
    Yeah, I wouldn't be impressed with that at all. I used to expect that kind of behaviour from teen boyfriends but you would think that they would grow out of it :/

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    DH is 42. Isn't he grown up YET???

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    Quote Originally Posted by CountryGirl77 View Post
    DH is 42. Isn't he grown up YET???
    Do men ever grow up haha??

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    My DH does it at home, I don't like the loud ones, or the ones that are at inappropriate times eg. Me: good morning honey. Him: faaaaaaart followed by a laugh. Although it can be funny it can also be a bit hurtful.

    When we first got married, we were visiting friends and on the way out of their house when we were leaving, he ripped the loudest one ever. He saw nothing wrong with it. I almost punched him in the head. Thankfully he hasnt repeated that ever.

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    My husband is the same age and farts lots. It's not a deliberate thing to be gross or for a joke he just says he has a lot of gas I wish he would go to the toilet or something, maybe you can suggest that?

    I had a medical procedure mid this year which is known to give a lot of gas. I'm a freak, I never hardly fart lol so it was a shock to me that sometimes I just had to do it. Can't believe I just shared that lol

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    Farts are hilarious!!!!!! If they're really stinky and DH is on a roll I ask him to leave the room but I give as good as I take lol.

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    Farts are funny in this house. DP has always been a quiet farter though so when he does one that can actually be heard its met with a 'whoaaa, you farted!' like its a big deal

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    Farts are so funny. I tried to dutch oven dh cause he was asleep and pulled the Donna off my feet. I was annoyed so thought a dutch oven was perfect revenge as his head was already under the covers, but much to my dismay he beat me to it and dutch ovened himself!!! I couldn't stop laughing after that!!

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