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Is it wrong to love smelling my farts

(33 Posts)
TrumpetTrousers1 Mon 23-Sep-13 21:13:53

I have been doing some really eggy ones this evening and have been wafting the smell towards me Also love a good "loud and proud"

If alone in bed when I let rip I certainly waft the duvet towards my face. It's odd but I usually know when it a stinker. blush

Hissy Brazil Mon 23-Sep-13 22:43:01

Heinz curried beans + 7yo DS = disgusted proud mummy

He was bursting with methane pride, but even he agreed they were horrendous!

Sinful1 Tue 24-Sep-13 00:04:31

I like to fart under the covers at night and waft it up, I consider it a successful fart if either the noise or the smell wakes the OH up ;D

She got revenge once by letting out a huge one when I was "down there". I could taste it in my mouth for ages while she just lay there cackling sad

bludgerwitch Tue 24-Sep-13 00:07:43

YANBU, I'm a few weeks pg and today has been a gassy gassy day - I've warned DH, there's nothing I can do. I do the duvet thing, as well blush

CharityFunDay Tue 24-Sep-13 00:29:49

This appears to be one of those phenomena that is quite widespread but for which there is no generally-accepted explanation.

I love the smell of my farts, especially the cheesy/eggy ones that warm your cleft on exit, and if I've done one I will lower my head in order to get the concentrated smell before it dissipates. But only when I'm alone. I'm not weird.

TrumpetTrousers1 Tue 24-Sep-13 07:46:33

That's gross sinful but funny

JaceyBee Tue 24-Sep-13 07:53:34

YANBU, I thought everyone secretly liked their own?!

And thanks for the laugh on a grey, drizzly morning! grin

BigBirthdayGloom Tue 24-Sep-13 07:58:27

Yep- mine are lovely. Anyone else's not so much. Glad it's not just me.

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