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People who would never in their life know one fart from another, who would like to act like farts don't exist, will have to admit that a Bathtub Fart is something special. It is the only fart you can see! What you see is the bubbles. The Bathtub Fart can be either single or multiple noted and fair or foul as to odor. It makes no difference. The farter's location is what does it.
Maybe there is a kind of muffled pong and one big bubble. Or there may be a ping ping ping and a bunch of bubbles. The sound I should point out depends somewhat on the depth of the water and even more on the tub. If it is one of those big old heavy tubs with the funny legs you can get terrific sound effects.
While one of the new thin ones half buried in the floor can be disappointing. But either way, as long as the water is deep enough, whatever the sound, up comes the bubble or bubbles and you have to be quick but glance back over your shoulder and you have seen it, the Bathtub Fart, the most positively identifiable fart known to man.
It is a common fart and strictly for your own enjoyment unless you are a kid still young enough to take baths with your friends.
originally posted by: Boscowashisnamo
a reply to: jude11
As I wipe my laptop screen from Pepsi that violently erupted from my mouth and nose, your post now gives me pause. Flatulence is one of the lowbrow topics that spans all walks of life, and is the ultimate ice-breaker(ask my wife). To me the ultimate sheepishness expressed after throwing one's butt voice is that of my Golden, Bosco. The mystified look on his face as he lets fly is priceless, and has provided me with endless chuckles. Thanks for the levity...
originally posted by: Skid Mark
a reply to: jude11
Bathtub farts are all well and good. Just don't bite the bubbles, unless you're into that type of thing.
Beano is good for flatulence. It was originally made for dogs but now humans use it, too.