pass gas

pass gas

To be flatulent; to fart. Someone passed gas right in the middle of Grandpa's story, and the whole table burst into laughter. If you can't avoid passing gas in the car, then at least have the courtesy to open the windows!
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pass gas

Euph. to release intestinal gas through the anus. Someone on the bus had passed gas. It smelled awful. Something I ate at lunch made me pass gas all afternoon.
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Bacteria also consume some of that gas, but the remaining gas is released when you pass gas from your anus.
"If you've got a felony warrant for your arrest, the cops are looking for you and you pass gas so loud it gives up your hiding spot, you're definitely having a (poop emoji) day.
Liv, a member of the Tigers tribe, was talking to new arrival Casey, 24, in camp when she let him know she was about to pass gas.
A 56-year-old man presented with the complaints of abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, bloating, and inability to pass gas and feces for 3 days.
? We pass gas on average around 15 times a day, producing an impressive half a litre in volume.
And though, for the most part, men feel ready to let loose before women - they're sooner to stop dressing well and even pee with the door open - they wait just as long to pass gas in front of a significant other as women do.
wow," Trump (http://www.deathandtaxesmag.com/282051/melania-trump-poop-fart-stern/) said , saying he never heard his wife pass gas, during a 2003 interview with the "Howard Stern Show."
Triggers come in myriad forms, and operating systems tilt, rotate or even pass gas. However, the combination of a steel frame and the trusted single-action/double-action trigger from the CZ75 makes the Baby Desert Eagle II a potent and effective defensive pistol.
Brown, a former longtime Portland state lawmaker and secretary of state, says her top priority would be to pass gas tax and vehicles fee increases to pay for a package of transportation projects around the state.
A First of all, know that it is common for everyone to pass gas as many as 20 times per day.
"To identify the right muscles, imagine you're trying not to pee or not to pass gas. That kind of pulling feeling means you're using the right muscles.
They have lungs as long as fishing poles, pass gas to efficiently sink into the water, regenerate teeth throughout their lives, and look like a cross between a sofa and a hippo with flippers.
To do Kegels, imagine you are trying to stop the flow of urine or trying not to pass gas. When you do this, you are contracting the muscles of the pelvic floor and are practising Kegel exercises.
When kangaroos pass gas, the result is offensive to the nose but easy on the planet.
As you proceed you will pass Gas Street Basin and eventually reach The Water's Edge bridge.