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Monday Question

We all fart but not all farts are alike.  How are our farts?  Loud, smelly, frequent?  Let us know.

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  1. We don't fart too much, and when we do we are fairly quiet about it. if my tummy is upset a fart can clear out the room. Foley was the farter in our house. She would make a squeaky sound and then the paint peeled off the walls.

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  2. Eat pigs ears and the farts will be terrible. What a memory. Our pup could do silent but deadly.

    Have a fabulous day and week. ♥

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  3. I say I don't but the Mom says I would wake up the neighbors!

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  4. Hi hi hi! Ojo here! Cobi's are worse than mine. Just saying.

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  5. Glad you asked. I am the master of SBD (silent but deadly) farting. I can clear a room in no time!

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  6. We rarely fart--and that's absolutely true. But SHE can't claim the same thing....just sayin'.

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  7. the mama said she will find a way to fill our farts in bottles to be prepared for chasing intruders away with them...

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  8. hay ewe dawgs.....we canna smell ya, at all, sew yur good with uz :) ☺☺♥♥ ;)

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  9. I like to save mine for the car...
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  10. Is that the squeaky thing that comes out of my bee hind and scares me? Xena

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  11. We aren't big farters in general...but sometimes Arty gets off a REAL stinky one!
    xoxo,
    Rosy, Jakey & Arty

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