Silent but deadly.

@hardluck (375)
United States
October 14, 2008 11:13am CST
A few day ago me and my ole lady was buying grocerys. And a pain hit me way down in the bottom of my belly. And not wanting to use the public toilet, I knew I would have to fart to releave the pain. So I eased it out (you know silent but deadly), Just as I releaved myself two Mexican guys walked around the end of the aile, as they walked by, they said something in spanish. I knew they were talking about the fart, and that most of them speek english, I turned back and said, I told her she was going to have to stop eating those refried beans. They began to laugh, so I knew they could understand me. Needless to say, I got in trouble. Do you ever ease one out in public? If so if you are with someone esle well you try to blame it on them.
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@1hopefulman (30029)
• Canada
14 Oct 08
Yes, but they don't smell and if I can pass them out silently, which I'm pretty good at, no one's the wiser. Eh, one learns a few things in life.
@hardluck (375)
• United States
14 Oct 08
Okay Hopefulman, sound to me like you may be like my grandmama, she went to to doctor and told him she was having gas, but it had no sound and no smell, she said see I just cut one then. The doctor rubed his chin and said okay, lets see what we can do about that, and he gave her some pills and told her to take the pills for a week and come back to see him. In a week she returned to the doctor and told him, doc the pills helped, now they are silent but deadly. The doctor said, okay, we got your head unstopped, now lets see what we can do about your hearing.
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@1hopefulman (30029)
• Canada
14 Oct 08
Good one! Butt (pun intended) now I have to figure out, if my nose or my hearing is the problem.
@1hopefulman (30029)
• Canada
14 Oct 08
My ex-mother-in-law, used to say: "Wherever you may be You must let the wind be free" Now that's poetry. And I thought I was a poet?