pass gas

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.
See also: gas, pass
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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.
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.
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.
It's just that while men fart the way they burp (loudly), women are expected to pass gas in silence and in stealth (
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.
At this point we bear left and soon pass Gas Lane, left, and Town End Farm, right.
Then there's the farter who thinks that by avoiding eye contact with everyone he can silently pass gas and no one would come to know.
I hear stories sometimes about pets who pass gas, but I had never experienced it firsthand.
These are the words thataccording to a baraita cited in Berachot 24b, in this week's Daf Yomi studyyou are supposed to recite if you pass gas while praying.
People pass gas when they started stretching, which was funny - but you aren't meant to laugh.
The gum chewers had a faster return of bowel function, measured in the time it took after surgery for them to pass gas for the first time (a half-day earlier than non-chewers) and to have a first bowel movement (a day earlier).
Of course, Jess probably didn't help her cause by yelling to the audience things such as: "I do pass gas a lot.