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A Different Kind Of Gas Leak

by Rolway / September 18, 2005 10:14 AM PDT

From my stinking e-mail box.

I am a flatulent master; I take pride in the havoc I can reek (pun intended). Probably the BEST explosive release I have had to date was this past Saturday and the Home and Garden Expo in my city. Let me relate to you what had me cracking up and everyone in confusion.

I had eaten some bad food on Friday, so my digestive system was in overdrive, causing me to run to the bathroom several times in a day.

Come Saturday, I had wanted to go to the Home and Garden Show to get some information on Vinyl Fencing and Water Softening Systems, as well as get some other great ideas. I came across a Pella Window and Door booth. Wanting to see what they had to offer there was a slight rumbling in my mid section. Not knowing where the bathrooms were, and hoping it was not something that would make a moist spot on the back of my pants, I slowly let it out. This lasted a couple of seconds and with all the noise around nobody heard it.

Now you are wondering what is so funny about that. Well, the booth right across from the Pella display was a BBQ grill setup. Well, the smell that seeped out of my dasipygal posterior, and had the retch of sulfur. Well as everyone knows, propane is treated with sulfur to give it a slight odor so it can be noticed if it is leaking.

People walking by started to notice the smell and the proprietor of the BBQ grill place did too. He began checking all of his hoses and tanks for the source of the leak, he even went as far as turning off all the flames to be safe.

I just enjoyed standing there snickering the whole time as people would say to the man, "Do you have a gas leak?". It took about 5 minutes for the smell to disipate. I wouldn't say it was embarrassing because nobody knew it was me. However, I loved it all the same.

George

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(NT) (NT) More than I needed to know
by duckman / September 18, 2005 10:17 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) "Can we have some more beans, Mr. Tagert?"
by duckman / September 18, 2005 10:18 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) "No, you've already had enough!"
by Paul C / September 18, 2005 8:01 PM PDT
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Now that's funny
by null. / September 18, 2005 6:16 PM PDT

Me. I never let one loose without claining it!
Shame on you, wheres your pride man.

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Having a dog ....
by Angeline Booher / September 19, 2005 6:19 AM PDT
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Yep, sure does.
by Rolway / September 19, 2005 10:08 AM PDT
In reply to: Having a dog ....

Since you mentioned a dog Angeline, I Could'nt resist this one Happy

Poor Duke

A boy was meeting his girlfriend's parents for the first time for dinner. After dinner, his girlfriend and her mother left the room to do the dishes, leaving him with the father and the dog Duke, who was sitting underneath the boy's chair. Unfortunately, it was a large dinner and the boy really had to expel some gas. He stealthily let out a quiet, but audible, one.

''DUKE!'' the dad yelled.

''This is great!'' the boy thought. ''He thinks the dog is doing it!'' So he let another one rip off.

''DUKE!'' the father barked. The boy thought he was homefree so he let everything out at once in a really loud and smelly one.

''DUKE! Get out the heck of there before the boy sh*ts on you!''

George

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(NT) (NT) :-) !
by Angeline Booher / September 20, 2005 1:13 AM PDT
In reply to: Yep, sure does.
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sorry for posting this link
by duckman / September 19, 2005 11:09 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) Ha, Ha, You should be sorry, Oh my sides hurt...:D
by Rolway / September 19, 2005 11:25 AM PDT
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