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    Default Very stange indeed....

    ....today I have had the weirdest gas. Just had a tombstone last night with a little fresh garlic, and today....whoa nellie.

    Not your average 'POOOOOOOOON' or 'FLUUBUBUBUBUB'. Today they sound like someone, say, touching live jumper cables together.

    More like a 'SPAAANK' if you will. A very 'electrical' sound, almost harsh. Very powerful, very fast, and very amusing. I have been in my office by myself, laughing all day long.

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    Default hahahaha

    You go, gas-master! It sounds like your gas is very tight and defined...nothing muddy about its presentation. Musical, if you will. You must be putting a lot of power through those cheeks.

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    it must be a east cost thing!!

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    coast

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    Scott, see the handy 'edit' button? A Tejas thing actually....

    Yeah, I think I might just throw these bad-boys (underwarez) out when I get home. Feels like some cake batter back there.

    R
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    Default Better Health Through....

    Russ,
    I'm excited that you decided to share that with us.

    Personally, I don't hold my flatus for anyone. You can get a wicked stomach ache that way. I know that you guys don't want me to get a stomach ache.

    George Grand (of the Jersey Grand's)

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    I NEVER hold it in for a myraid of reasons not the least of which I still find humor in flatulence. That and I don't feel the need to impress anyone.

    George,
    You should explain the whole "tea bagging" concept to the group.

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    I had a few beer pharts this morning, but nothing on the scale of RuSsMaN! Sounds like they might have been a little on the wet side to me. As long as they don't start sounding like a 115kV switch getting opened up, we'll be okay!

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    BOOM.

    Anyone tired of memory lane yet?

    I didn't think so.
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    Keep 'em coming Uncle Remus.

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    Damm these are some old posts. But very funny though. Russ you crack me up man.

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    Nothing's changed since then. You are still a flatulent son of a bitch, Russ.
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    Why would I ever need to buy another movie ticket, or another comedy DVD, or watch another TV sitcom? I get all the laughs I need right here on the Polk Forum. My wife probably thinks I'm crazy. I've been LMAO for about the last 20 minutes reading these old posts.

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    Enjoy the sonic symphony, just stay away from open flames. :p
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    I think that I'll have some marinated artichoke hearts and a few cold ones for lunch! I'll go to the Library around 3:00 to scare away the old bitties
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    Stupid me, I didn't even look at the date, but there's old SCOTTO!!! :D
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    I almost had a nasty shart the other day.....Good thing I didn't take a risk and lose.....
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