This is one of the most common types of phartus staticus and is usually known as the Dinner Fart. The output will usually reflect the producer’s lunch intake. It has been cited as the cause of many family arguments, but should be noted that the phartus majoris is, in fact, not more than a scapegoat for a more deeply rooted family problem. Continue reading Uncle Mike’s Original Fart Book – Phartus Majoris, Post Majoris, and Cellulous
The Parted Fart, as it is commonly known, is a special category and will fall into one of the five broad classifications above. This strange phenomenon occurs when a fart is produced in two or more short bursts, each appearing to be individual and separate. This may indeed be the case.
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The Super Fart as it is commonly know, phartus extremis is easily audible even at distances approaching 25 feet. Phartus extremis will not support human or animal life and should not be produced in confined areas or near heat or flame. Insects in close proximity are usually asphyxiated and some damage to foliage has been reported on occasion. Continue reading Uncle Mike’s Original Fart Book – Phartus Extremis And Phartus Anonymous