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Old 09-17-2010, 06:01 PM   #21
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A friend of mine sharted majorly on a flight to Japan. He had to dump the drawers in the airplane closet/crapper. He called from the airport to share; i LOLed. He is a funny guy who can laugh at himself.

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Tango,

Try being stuck in the car for 8 hrs (or more) with a dog who has a case of the farts. even with the windows down, you can't escape it. Thank heaven for charcoal dog bicuits.

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This is a very funny thread. I've been laughing out loud reading this. I have a horrendous story, too, but I'm afraid to post it. After all, I am a "lady".

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The shart has to be the most unnerving miscalculation known to man.

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No, no, no, not at all. I'm more of a Rolling Thunder/Scorched Earth kind of guy

Another story,
Back when I lived in AZ i had gotten pretty sick. I was down for about 3 weeks, trapped inside the house. When I finally started to recover I could feel the sickness coming out of me - through my pores, my piss and sweat, it was foul and nasty.

So here I am awake at 8am and i make way to the couch with a blanket and pop on the tube. I sat there the entire day laying under the blanket all the while to listening to trumpet blasts every 3-5 minutes. Around 4pm my roommate comes home from work and walks in the front door. He immediately starts to gag and then his eyes start to water. After 2 steps inside he back peddles out the door and closes it. I could hear him wretching out on the patio and here I am inside trumpeting away. When he composes himself he yells at me form outside "what the hell died in there?, have you been home all day laying bombs?". I replied "absolutely! why is it bad?". He instructed me to open all the windows and that he would be back around 8pm and the apartment had better be clean.

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Reminds me of a joke...why do Irishmen only use 239 beans in their soup?
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This is a very funny thread. I've been laughing out loud reading this. I have a horrendous story, too, but I'm afraid to post it. After all, I am a "lady".
Yes, but you are 'Winds"-of-Change...
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Yes, but you are 'Winds"-of-Change...
ROFL! Oh, so true. Thanks for pointing that out.
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The shart has to be the most unnerving miscalculation known to man.
Lon, you nailed this one! Thumbs up!
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Lon, you nailed this one! Thumbs up!
Well thanks Dave, but I'd rather you send me a check!
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Was at one of my son’s wrestling matches when he was 12 or 13. He had his legs scissored around the other kid’s neck with his face right in his butt, and yes he let a very audible fart right into the poor kids face. He started laughing so hard all he could do was lie there and got pinned. The ref was laughing as well as most of the other parents in the gym!
All I could think was……..That’s my boy!

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