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  • Today let's talk about fart facts.

  • So what is a fart and where is it come from? Well, a fart is a simple gas coming from your intestines.

  • It gets there when you eat, it comes from you blood and from chemical reactions in your body.

  • Fart smells. However, interestingly only about 1% of your farts are stinky.

  • You produce about half a liter of farts every day, and yes, even though they don't admit it, girls fart, too.

  • Usually farts aren't dangerous. Even if you go into a room full of farts, you won't suffocate.

  • You would have to fart continuously for about 7 years to produce gas with the equivalent energy of an atomic bomb.

  • Another fart fact is that it travels at a speed of 7 mph and you can actually burn a fart.

  • It's highly flammable but don't check it yourself.

  • You may get injured. You may burn your clothes or what's worse... yourself.

  • For centuries people believed that holding a fart is very unhealthy.

  • You could catch a horrible disease or get seriously poisoned.

  • Roman Emperor Claudius was so afraid that he passed a law allowing farting at banquets.

  • Nowadays scientist aren't sure if holding your fart is unhealthy, but allowing your farts travel freely can definitely be very embarrassing.

  • Have you ever heard about brain fart? Yes, it actually exists, but it's probably not what you think.

  • In American slang it means doing something "dumb".

  • Another interesting fart fact is that an Indian tribe in South America called the Yanomami fart as a greeting.

  • Other awesome fact is that in China you can actually get a job as a professional fart-smeller! Wow! What a career...

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Today let's talk about fart facts.

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Fart Facts. Can you burn a fart? Why fart smells? Where farts come from?

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    羅紹桀   posted on 2020/10/16
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