Do you fart in front of your SO? Loudly?

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  • WileE-DeadWileE-Dead Banned Posts: 24,963Banned Users Curl Neophyte
    Never & I was married for 20 years. He did & all the men I have dated after him have. I think it's such a turn off.
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  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,259Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    sarah42 wrote: »
    He's seen me push out two babies. I figure he can handle a little gas.


    That's the way I feel. We've both seen each other in compromising positions. We've nursed each other through illnesses and surgeries and babies and together have experienced great sadnesses and great joys. He's my life partner, and farting is part of human life sometimes. We don't make a big deal out of it and we still manage to have passion.
  • MichelleBFTMichelleBFT Posts: 4,812Registered Users
    sarah42 wrote: »
    He's seen me push out two babies. I figure he can handle a little gas.


    That's the way I feel. We've both seen each other in compromising positions. We've nursed each other through illnesses and surgeries and babies and together have experienced great sadnesses and great joys. He's my life partner, and farting is part of human life sometimes. We don't make a big deal out of it and we still manage to have passion.

    I think this is the key-- it's not a big deal. Make it about hiding the more human aspects of yourself from your partner and it seems to me like you're trying to appear perfect. I'm not perfect, and both I and my husband are well aware of it. Neither is he. Neither is our relationship. But we're real, and we've learned to laugh at some of the things that make others cringe.

    Then again, neither of us are much for being proper, either.
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  • SpunkyCurlsSpunkyCurls Posts: 1,523Registered Users
    Oh come on... there's a difference between something slipping and someone letting one rip. If one of us gets gas, fine but it's entirely different if one is impolite about it.

    Case in point: guy I was dating would totally just tense up and let one loose IN BED. I called him on it, "Did you just fart on me?!" He got sheepish and said, "yeeeeees." Neither of us were asleep (we were reading) and he had to PUSH that sucker out. I let it go thinking he was at home...

    a month later, I accompanied him to a small store and the second we walked in, he tensed up and let out one that practically echoed. EVERYONE turned around in the store and it was SO obvious. It was as if he was announcing his arrival.

    I just don't think that's okay. There's a definite line between "oops" or "sorry it smells" and grunting and pushing. I can take farting but I'm certainly glad my current SO feels the same as I do: TRY to be polite about it!
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  • KaiaKaia Posts: 8,815Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    I try not too, but when I was hugely pregnant I just stopped caring. DH looked at me in complete shock the first time I did, and I just looked at him like "what? there's no way I was gonna get up for that." :laughing7: My husband has no shame about it at all. I give him a hard time sometimes, but we have 3 dogs so he always has someone to blame (like I don't know who it really was :roll:).
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  • DEL2CDEL2C Posts: 6,418Registered Users Curl Neophyte
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  • The New BlackThe New Black Posts: 16,754Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    This whole thread came about because I accidentally farted on my BF three times. Yes, three. Don't know what happened. Musta been something I ate. I mean, I'm lactose intolerant and all but sheesh.

    And he was so good about...he ignored the first two and just said "it's ok" to the last one.

    Yes, they were loud. Honestly, they just slipped, despite me trying to hold em in. They didn't really smell though. That doesn't happen too often...
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  • g-stringrannyg-stringranny Posts: 2,701Registered Users
    I asked one of the men I was with how he would feel if a woman farted in front of him all the time & he said he would probably dump her. He said that the majority of men are going to fart in front of women, so they would have a hard time finding one that didn't. Most women don't, so a man can find one who doesn't pretty easily. He said this was something women just have to accept. :thumbdown:

    I fart in front of one of my son in laws. He started it. It is so freeing.:laughing7:
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  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,259Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    I asked one of the men I was with how he would feel if a woman farted in front of him all the time & he said he would probably dump her. He said that the majority of men are going to fart in front of women, so they would have a hard time finding one that didn't. Most women don't, so a man can find one who doesn't pretty easily. He said this was something women just have to accept. :thumbdown:


    He sounds like an ashole. A man of substance won't have that attitude.
  • g-stringrannyg-stringranny Posts: 2,701Registered Users
    I asked one of the men I was with how he would feel if a woman farted in front of him all the time & he said he would probably dump her. He said that the majority of men are going to fart in front of women, so they would have a hard time finding one that didn't. Most women don't, so a man can find one who doesn't pretty easily. He said this was something women just have to accept. :thumbdown:


    He sounds like an ashole. A man of substance won't have that attitude.

    He was/is an ashole. I stayed with him way too long. I should have started farting on him, so he would have dumped me.:wink:
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  • Gemini13Gemini13 Posts: 5,000Registered Users
    I asked one of the men I was with how he would feel if a woman farted in front of him all the time & he said he would probably dump her. He said that the majority of men are going to fart in front of women, so they would have a hard time finding one that didn't. Most women don't, so a man can find one who doesn't pretty easily. He said this was something women just have to accept. :thumbdown:


    He sounds like an ashole. A man of substance won't have that attitude.

    He was/is an ashole. I stayed with him way too long. I should have started farting on him, so he would have dumped me.:wink:

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  • SpunkyCurlsSpunkyCurls Posts: 1,523Registered Users
    Phoenix wrote: »
    This whole thread came about because I accidentally farted on my BF three times. Yes, three. Don't know what happened. Musta been something I ate. I mean, I'm lactose intolerant and all but sheesh.

    And he was so good about...he ignored the first two and just said "it's ok" to the last one.

    Yes, they were loud. Honestly, they just slipped, despite me trying to hold em in. They didn't really smell though. That doesn't happen too often...

    Yes but my point is, there's a difference between accidentally letting one slip- because, yes it does happen. If I can help it, I am discreet about it otherwise, no big deal is made about it. But with that ex of mine, yeah, that was ridiculous. I wish I were exaggerating but he really did push and grunt. Ug.
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  • FieryCurlsFieryCurls Posts: 2,904Registered Users
    sarah42 wrote: »
    He's seen me push out two babies. I figure he can handle a little gas.


    That's the way I feel. We've both seen each other in compromising positions. We've nursed each other through illnesses and surgeries and babies and together have experienced great sadnesses and great joys. He's my life partner, and farting is part of human life sometimes. We don't make a big deal out of it and we still manage to have passion.

    I think this is the key-- it's not a big deal. Make it about hiding the more human aspects of yourself from your partner and it seems to me like you're trying to appear perfect. I'm not perfect, and both I and my husband are well aware of it. Neither is he. Neither is our relationship. But we're real, and we've learned to laugh at some of the things that make others cringe.

    Then again, neither of us are much for being proper, either.

    Exactly...We have seen one another's worst traits physically and mentally, so we don't have anything to hide from one another. There are things that we have done for one another that we both would just die if someone else saw them, but we are bonded.
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  • subbrocksubbrock Posts: 8,212Registered Users
    no and no. i think over the past two years, hes heard me fart maybe once. and that was a small dainty poot that slipped out. as far as the general populous is concerned, subbrock neither passes gas nor takes a dump. the only one who knows is my daughter. and thats because shes too young to tell anyone.
    i'll pick my nose or burp or do anything else in front of anywhere else, but i avoid dealing with things that come out of my bottom when others are around.

    the man on the other hand lets them rip all day everyday and poops a zillion times a day, with the door open. if theyre particularly stinky he says, "i left a present for you!" :angry7:
  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,259Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    the only one who knows is my daughter. and thats because shes too young to tell anyone.


    It won't last. Sooner or later, she will tell everyone your bathroom habits.
  • PartyHairPartyHair Posts: 7,713Registered Users
    No. I was brought up knowing that it was vulgar to pass gas in front of people (in any way).

    I still think it's disgusting to hear someone let one, and as you may be able to tell, I even hate the word "fart".

    Yes, I know it's natural. So is going to the bathroom and you don't do that in front of other people (your own small children excepted).

    My husband understands my views, and in fact, he even gets after his family if they pass gas in front of me/each other.
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  • subbrocksubbrock Posts: 8,212Registered Users
    the only one who knows is my daughter. and thats because shes too young to tell anyone.


    It won't last. Sooner or later, she will tell everyone your bathroom habits.

    oh i know. i only have a few more months before the secret is out...
  • QuirkyYoginiQuirkyYogini Posts: 569Registered Users
    No! Well...not on purpose, anyway. The couple of times I accidentally did he laughed so hard at me! The meanie...

    He's pretty good about not doing it in front of me, too, but he had gastroenteritis within the first month that we were together. It really can't get much worse than that. :tongue5:
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  • DeljahDeljah Posts: 47Registered Users
    Everyone's so genteel. LOL My husband and I will blow each other out of the room, car whatever. hahaha oh well

    He's worse than me though. lol He says he's going to tone it down when our baby is born. I'd like to see that. lol
  • JosephineJosephine Posts: 14,408Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    I think it's amazing how people can control and fart/burp on command. Mine just slip out and surprise me. I can't remember the last time I had a nonsilent fart. It hardly ever happens. Same with burps(but those happen a little more often..maybe a couple times a year).
  • ScarletScarlet Posts: 3,125Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Josephine wrote: »
    I think it's amazing how people can control and fart/burp on command. Mine just slip out and surprise me. I can't remember the last time I had a nonsilent fart. It hardly ever happens. Same with burps(but those happen a little more often..maybe a couple times a year).

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  • The New BlackThe New Black Posts: 16,754Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    subbrock wrote: »
    no and no. i think over the past two years, hes heard me fart maybe once. and that was a small dainty poot that slipped out. as far as the general populous is concerned, subbrock neither passes gas nor takes a dump. the only one who knows is my daughter. and thats because shes too young to tell anyone.
    i'll pick my nose or burp or do anything else in front of anywhere else, but i avoid dealing with things that come out of my bottom when others are around.

    the man on the other hand lets them rip all day everyday and poops a zillion times a day, with the door open. if theyre particularly stinky he says, "i left a present for you!" :angry7:

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    Josephine wrote: »
    I think it's amazing how people can control and fart/burp on command. Mine just slip out and surprise me. I can't remember the last time I had a nonsilent fart. It hardly ever happens. Same with burps(but those happen a little more often..maybe a couple times a year).

    Agreed.
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  • CurlLeeCurlLee Posts: 221Registered Users
    PartyHair wrote: »
    No. I was brought up knowing that it was vulgar to pass gas in front of people (in any way).

    I still think it's disgusting to hear someone let one, and as you may be able to tell, I even hate the word "fart".

    Yes, I know it's natural. So is going to the bathroom and you don't do that in front of other people (your own small children excepted).

    My husband understands my views, and in fact, he even gets after his family if they pass gas in front of me/each other.


    agreed...

    i wasn't rasied as it being vulgar, but you just didn't do it in fron of others if you could help it.

    accidents are understandable, but if you can help it, go somewhere in private.

    my brother and i didn't even do that to each other. and my sis would problably have killed us if we did it on purpose in front of her, haha.

    i just can't take a girl that does it for kicks and laughs, call me old fashion. i get on my guy friends for doin it to. so no double standard here from me.
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  • sarah42sarah42 Posts: 4,034Registered Users
    Scarlet wrote: »
    Practice some butt kegels, and you'll be fine. :)

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  • GabbylkpGabbylkp Posts: 197Registered Users
    PartyHair wrote: »
    No. I was brought up knowing that it was vulgar to pass gas in front of people (in any way).

    I still think it's disgusting to hear someone let one, and as you may be able to tell, I even hate the word "fart".

    Yes, I know it's natural. So is going to the bathroom and you don't do that in front of other people (your own small children excepted).

    My husband understands my views, and in fact, he even gets after his family if they pass gas in front of me/each other.

    I agree with all of the above. I don't have an SO, even when I did I didn't poot in front of them. If I do need to let one rip, I will go into the bathroom.
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  • SystemSystem Posts: 39,060 Administrator
    Eh, a fart is just an other end burp. Everyone does it.

    Children will tell eventually so learn to carry cookies and pop one in their mouths before they can tattle. :)
  • yagottaloveyacurlsyagottaloveyacurls Posts: 5,766Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    hmmm... I'm sorry I'm not familiar with this phenomenon. Sounds odd. :confused1: What's wrong with you people? I'm pretty sure that's abnormal. You all should like, get that checked out or something.

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  • KrazyblondegurlKrazyblondegurl Posts: 1,008Registered Users
    My farts don't make noise.

    Always silent... So yea sometimes I slip, then blame it on the dog.

    I fart more than he does and he thinks I'm kinda gross. Loves me anyway.
  • lauraloolauraloo Posts: 2,121Registered Users
    Deljah wrote: »
    Everyone's so genteel. LOL My husband and I will blow each other out of the room, car whatever. hahaha oh well

    He's worse than me though. lol He says he's going to tone it down when our baby is born. I'd like to see that. lol

    Yup! We absolutely fart around one another. I've got IBS so I'd be holding in farts for all eternity if I waited to go to another room to let it out. :laughing7:

    It's just a normal bodily function, it's no big deal. I'm not sure how we started doing it but now it's *poot* and then a giggle from me and him making a face and then laughing. He does get a little tiffed when I gas him in the car though, but those are accidents.

    (I agree with whoever said to at least try to be a little bit courteous about it).
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