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Old 01-28-2012, 08:52 PM   #191
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Asparagus continues to grow after it is cut--about 1/4 inch.
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Old 01-29-2012, 03:24 AM   #192
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You mean you don't have irrepressible giggles yet about all the folks around here and farts???

I had Shrek laughing so hard in Wal-mart, this afternoon he almost fell over. Laughing about farts...
My kind of Orge. A sense of humor.
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Old 01-29-2012, 03:30 AM   #193
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Okay, I will tell my little secret. When I would get mad with hubby, I would have scrambled eggs and fried onions for a TV snack just before we went to bed. When he was ready to settle down and start dozing off, he would partially cover his head. We would sleep spooning style. Then it was time for me to let out some little put puts. They slowly drifted up toward his probiscus. No wonder I oulived him.
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Old 01-29-2012, 04:37 AM   #194
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Okay, I will tell my little secret. When I would get mad with hubby, I would have scrambled eggs and fried onions for a TV snack just before we went to bed. When he was ready to settle down and start dozing off, he would partially cover his head. We would sleep spooning style. Then it was time for me to let out some little put puts. They slowly drifted up toward his probiscus. No wonder I oulived him.

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Old 01-29-2012, 04:39 AM   #195
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addie, that's called a dutch oven! farting under blankets over the victim's head.

a boy scout summer camp tradition.
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Old 01-29-2012, 06:24 AM   #196
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I had a dog, my beloved Keiki, who would squeak when she farted. Just a high-pitched squeak would come from her nether regions. She was SO funny she would look back at her tail with a very puzzled look on her face as if to say, "what in the heck was that????" She would also look at us, when one of us would burp or fart with the same, very lady-like look. It was a "how dare you!" look.

I cannot believe that humans do not fart in their sleep. Scientists, come meet my husband. (and I'm sure he'd say the same about me). Do these people not actually sleep with other humans? Or do we, unbeknownst to us, wake for a few seconds, fart, and fall back asleep?
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Old 01-29-2012, 07:57 AM   #197
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addie, that's called a dutch oven! farting under blankets over the victim's head.

a boy scout summer camp tradition.
And then there's the Pythonesque tradition of farting in the general direction, complete with elderberries & hamster.
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Old 01-29-2012, 07:59 AM   #198
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addie, that's called a dutch oven! farting under blankets over the victim's head.

a boy scout summer camp tradition.

I didn't know it had a name. But I certainly knew how to plan it.
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Did you know that rotten onions smell like escaping gas? No, not that kind, the kind you have in your stove.
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Did you know that rotten onions smell like escaping gas? No, not that kind, the kind you have in your stove.
I'll try to notice the next time I have a rotting onion. I just know they STINK.

Did you know that the smell in natural gas is added by the gas company? They add it to the otherwise odourless gas so you can detect a leak. It's supposed to smell like coal gas. Natural gas in Denmark has a similar, but noticeably different smell.
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