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I've been pretty farty all week, but 2 large helpings of sausage and lentil stew last night have really tipped things over the edge. I swear you can see these ones.

I'm here at work trying to hold them in so I (a) don't have to keep nipping to the loo like a madman and (b) don't gas half the office, but it's becoming increasingly difficult. I might rupture something if I'm not careful.

Tell us all about your own fartiness.

(, Fri 13 Jul 2007, 14:01)
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The History of Farting, part 1
"The first kings of the Aztec empire were not born into rulership, but attained their rank by competing in a contest known as 'The Chamber Test of the Divine Brown Butterfly'. Each of the would-be kings gorged for a number of weeks on a special dish called 'Popolota', made from a number of different locally-grown beans and flavoured with large amounts of cumin and hot chillies. Come the day of the test, the competitors would be led into an airtight chamber deep beneath the ground where they would remain until only one contestant was left alive. The winner was then taken from the chamber and immediately crowned king for a period of four years, after which time the contest would be repeated. This method of selection was very effective at choosing leaders with inner strength and a certain ruthlessness, but unfortunately led to the untimely death of many wives. King Itzahuitl, who won the contest five times in a row, is said to have been married twenty-six times, each wife mysteriously being asphyxiated while sleeping." (From 'Customs of the Ancient Aztecs' by Dr. Alphonse Nobliss, Oxford University Press, 1982)
(, Tue 17 Jul 2007, 13:02, closed)

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