7 Explosive Fart Controversies

DouglasLees

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The perennial question is which is the superior type of fart: the Loud and Proud or the Silent But Deadly. The former has immediate comedic value, whereas the latter can be quite an form of guerrilla warfare!
 

ngatimozart

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The perennial question is which is the superior type of fart: the Loud and Proud or the Silent But Deadly. The former has immediate comedic value, whereas the latter can be quite an form of guerrilla warfare!
I served in the RNZAF with a guy who's silent and violent was well beyond a WMD. He could clear a full lift in one floor. Later he was commissioned from the ranks.
 

At lakes

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I got thrown out of a posh pub/nite club in Auckland singing The Good Ship Venus. It wasn't the song that upset management the most it was the fact I was standing on the Bar with a bottle of Southern Comfort in my hand, trying to get the rest of the patrons to join in.
 

ngatimozart

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I got thrown out of a posh pub/nite club in Auckland singing The Good Ship Venus. It wasn't the song that upset management the most it was the fact I was standing on the Bar with a bottle of Southern Comfort in my hand, trying to get the rest of the patrons to join in.
Were you in the RNZAF at the time? I was part of a group of RNZAF bods that were asked to leave a Christchurch drinking establishment for singing Swing Low Sweet Charity. For some strange reason they took strong exception to the accompanying actions. Mind you that was after a full throated rendition of the engineers song. They had no sense of humour about it.
 

DouglasLees

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Were you in the RNZAF at the time? I was part of a group of RNZAF bods that were asked to leave a Christchurch drinking establishment for singing Swing Low Sweet Charity. For some strange reason they took strong exception to the accompanying actions. Mind you that was after a full throated rendition of the engineers song. They had no sense of humour about it.
Swing Low Sweet Chariot, surely?(!)
 
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