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    Fluffy bottoms

    Bum trumpets

    Or someone stepped on a duck

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    Hubby and I call a fart a fart.... But around DS we encourage the use of the term "popoff"

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    Pop offs to DS or we say "do you have a machine gun in your pants?" He's 15 months and I was just telling DH he was giggling at his farts in the bath tonight... Monkey!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smyles View Post
    My mum says, "who let fluffy off the chain?"
    My mum said the exact same when we were growing up

    We call them fart bums for dd. Or on occasion I ask if she sat on a duck. She is a real little lady sometimes (said with sarcasm)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    We say fart but my friend calls it trumping and I think that's a funny term.
    My English in-laws call it trumping, and with their northern accent it's "troompin"

    In our house its just good ol' farts

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    DD and I were having this discussion the other day as lots of kids at her new school calls them farts, but she knows I consider that a low-level swear word.

    Every class I've taught, P through to 7, I've asked to not use the term fart when they do. I suggest pop off, fluff, breaking wind or flatulence as alternatives. We use fluffa at home.

    DD's teacher also considers it a rude word and asks them not to use fart.

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    Stinkies

    I swear like a sailor, but can't bring myself to use that "for word"

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    Stinkies

    I swear like a sailor, but can't bring myself to use that "f word"

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    This thread is awesome.

    We call them wadies (no idea how to spell it. It's a long 'A' sound though). Also known as 'playing the bootie trumpet' and froggies.

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    Windypops ;-)

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