Amount of texts to »flatulence« 18, and there are 18 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
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First text on Apr 17th 2000, 16:59:13 wrote
Ganzfeld about flatulence
Latest text on Nov 12th 2009, 15:14:57 wrote
ccrizz about flatulence
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on Apr 22nd 2006, 04:54:20 wrote
Emma Example about flatulence

on Apr 24th 2000, 20:16:34 wrote
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dyl about flatulence

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Samil Kursad Bozkurt wrote on Dec 4th 2004, 14:12:38 about


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Flatulence consists of gases that are produced by symbiotic bacteria and yeasts living in the gastrointestinal tract of mammals and are released through the anus. Flatulence is known colloquially as farting.

The primary constituents of flatulence (collectively known as flatus) are the non-odorous gases nitrogen (ingested), oxygen (ingested), methane (produced by anaerobic microbes), carbon dioxide (produced by aerobic microbes or ingested), and hydrogen (produced by some microbes and consumed by others). Odors result from trace amounts of other constituents.

The noises commonly associated with flatulence are caused not by a flapping of the posterior, as commonly thought, but by the vibration of the anal opening. The sound varies depending on the tightness of the sphincter muscle and velocity of the gas being propelled.

chartwell wrote on Jul 10th 2000, 23:39:30 about


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flatulence as a power source, have you ever thought about the many ways that flatulence can be used as a power source? go ahead, don't be shy, c'mon i know you have! it can be a very effective tool to clear a crowded elevator of non- fart lovers, it can be used to warm a bed at nite along with it's sweet or pungent odors(depending of course on what one eats to fuel the potential fuel or power source)can be a comforting end to a tiresome day. it also makes big statements when used in the right board meetings,trials by jury,and of course medical examinations. does one care to expand on this?

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