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I was told that farting is passed down on the fathers genetic code.
Diet & Health / 6:43 PM - Monday January 24, 2011

I was told that farting is passed down on the fathers genetic code.

If your father farted alot you have a higher chance of lifting your leg at while and letting one blast.
And if your father was a reticent gas passer you are more likely to have a dog to blame your silent but deadlys on.

- Asked by joybird, A Creative, Female, Who Cares?, Therapist

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where do you find this crap?? at work? haha the dog really did use to do it a lot...that's a chichuaua.

- Response by kmf1, A Life of the Party, Female, 46-55, Minneapolis, Who Cares?

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lol my husband sure got that farting gene from his father. they both fart and it's like wow take cover

- Response by motherof12006, A Cool Mom, Female, 29-35, Who Cares?

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lol. Don't say that! I would really rather not play the same symphonies as my father.

- Response by dogrn, A Hippie Chick, Female, 36-45, Who Cares?

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Very True...My Dad still lets em loose big enough to Sink the Titanic like a WWII Depth Charge...And I'm right there to Carry on this Family Gift !!

- Response by hedo2nj, A Player, Male, 36-45, Other Profession

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My sister classifies families as burpers or farters. We're burpers. When we cut loose, it might hurt ears but never noses.

- Response by stoney07, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 66 or older, Who Cares?

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blame it on the "barking spiders" every time...

- Response by mamu, A Guy Critical, Male, Who Cares?, Who Cares?

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Really! I never heard this before, but it doesn't surprise me. It was my impression that passing gas pertains more to one's diet rather than genetics.

- Response by daugenstine, A Career Man, Male, 36-45, Teaching

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