Hahaha..."get that up ya" = solid gold!
I rarely fart around DH & we've been together for over 11 years! I just feel a tad embarrassed to fart in the presence of others (except young DS). DH doesn't think I should hold them back, so maybe I should get over myself & just fart with gay abandon?!
DH farts a fair bit - the farts that sound like a duck are hilarious. My least favourite sounding fart are the ones that sound a bit 'wet'.
Once as a teenager I was staying at a friends place & we were watching a beauty pageant on tv. I was really full of wind & every time I laughed hard I would accidentally let out massively loud farts! Her mum was watching tv with us & I was so embarrassed
The word 'fart' is funny in itself I think
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15-01-2012 06:38 #53
A vegan diet means we are constantly farting!!
15-01-2012 07:36 #54
My DD just seems full of fart.
It always come out when i cuddle her like u squeeze her too hard she farts. Yesterday i picked her up upside down while we were playing and her legs bent over and her bum was right in my face and a fart popped out i swear i could feel the air hit my face it was sooo gross and she was hysterical. She also tells me to pull her finger and if she farts she goes "oh! i think i stood on a frog!" disgusting child.
Often my farts are silent and i always say to my hubby if we are just sitting on couch, as soon as ive done it "can you smell petrol?" and he always takes a big sniff. 6 yrs and he still gets it haha loooser
15-01-2012 07:54 #55
Our kelpie is guilty of crop dusting all the time. He'll come up to you for a rub, get what he wants, fart, look at his butt, and walk away in disgust. Often he'll look back at whoever gave him the rub like he's accusing them of making him fart.
When DP and i first got together, i was a bit shy about bodily functions in front of him (i couldn't even poo if he was home with me!). So before we were farting in front of each other (he calls it opening the flood gates), i'd hold it in all day. Now i have a pretty sensitive stomach, and anything can set me off, milk, coffee, pizza, alcohol, pasta, bread, air etc, i fart a lot! So i used to hold it in, and we'd go to bed. I'd often wake up in the morning and he'd be grinning or gagging, depending on what i'd eaten the day before as i'd fart all night in my sleep, and they'd often be the most rotten, hot, dangerous farts you could imagine. Thank god i never did it during sex.
I have a girlfriend who accidentally farted while her husband was doing some maintenance to her downstairs...she said he threw up
15-01-2012 07:55 #56
15-01-2012 07:57 #57
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15-01-2012 07:59 #58
Oh, one more too. When i was about 8 i used to want to hang out with my older brother and his friends all the time, you know, they were cool and i was the ace little sister type thing. So my brother had a friend staying the night, and i nagged to be able to sleep in with them, much to my brothers annoyance. So they waited until i'd fallen asleep and got this big fat plastic syringe, the type to worm big farm animals with. One of them farted into it (I'm assuming bare bum fart too, how else could you get it in?) and then they expelled it up my nose while i was asleep. I woke up in tears, breathing like a bull out of my nose, crying and gagging. It was the worst smell i've ever smelt, like rotten egg condensed into vomit. After that, i never wanted to hang out with those mean boys again. I can laugh about it now, but it was so gross at the time.
15-01-2012 08:05 #59
Jasper is mean & when I've accidentally farted in public and im just trying to move on with my life like it never happened he's pointed directly at my bottom and yelled 'popping! Mummy! Mummy popping!!'
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I should not of read this thread.
I do not ever want to go supermarket shopping again!
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