Scientists build a database of animal farts


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Mussels may not, themselves, fart, but what they do to my insides produces farts even I am scared of. They’re still delicious tho but.


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I think describing a certain fart as “stinky” is kind of pointless.

I’m more curious to know which animals have farts that smell like roses.


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database of animal farts

Our home is abundant in animal farts.


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Say what now?

Since when does the average eight-year-old represent “the public”?


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That feeling when you’re still lying in bed in a morning haze, and your cat is showing you its anus as per usual, and suddenly it opens for a few, long moments. Then the realization of what just happened hits you.


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My dog person farts like a demon on acid.


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Ha, right?

Even cats can’t take it.


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In the 80s, we had family friends who would feed their weiner dog those people snacks of pepperoni sticks in bread rolls. Those farts were caustic.


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they found this comes up often in coversation? who are they hanging out with??


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Many of us remain for ever eight, regardless of what the calendar says.


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despite what the spreadsheet says, i can tell you that my ball python has farted on at least 3 occasions in the 4 years we’ve had him.


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Yeah, the reptile pets may not poop/fart very often, but Jesus H. Christ! “Did something die inside you? Oh, wait…”


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"Scientists build a database of animal farts"

Will Forte, is that you?


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Growing old is mandatory; growing up is optional.


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