How do we know it's gas?

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Offline Geezer

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How do we know it's gas?
« on: 14/09/2010 21:30:59 »
I'm sure many of you will deny it, but I'm also sure everyone has wondered how they are (mostly) able to distinguish between an urge to pass gas and an urge to pass something a bit more solid.

How does that work then?
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How do we know it's gas?
« Reply #1 on: 15/09/2010 03:48:04 »
Can it be that you can sense the speed size of the gas bubble as being normally faster in transit, with respect to a solid, prior to its release.
Butt when you are ill softer masses in transit, pass usually as fast as gas, promoting the skid marks in abundance.

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How do we know it's gas?
« Reply #2 on: 15/09/2010 04:52:32 »
In light of that question the Scottish Geezer must be related to this guy [:D] ...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZrS5VOsc50
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUqJUH55zxQ 
« Last Edit: 15/09/2010 05:11:03 by RD »

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How do we know it's gas?
« Reply #3 on: 15/09/2010 16:00:30 »

How does that work then?


The fact is, sometimes, it doesn't. Every heard of the 'follow through'? aka the fart with lumps.
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