Question: How much is fart smell affected by clothing? Short answer: Surprisingly little.
Long-time readers of this site are well aware of our Fart Browser – an interactive tool for exploring our complete database of farts and associated data. A recent addition of fresh content (including an appreciable contribution from our recently interviewed intern Cletus) has prompted us to put together a brief overview of the Fart Browser…
Question: Could farts be responsible for the origin of life? Short answer: Absolutely.
Advertencia: si esta crítica del tratado “Gracias y Desgracias del ojo del Culo” de Don Francisco de Quevedo le pareciere de sumo interés, pues le sugiero la lea con tiempo y la atención que ameritan las obras literarias magistrales. Si le causa ofensa, pues se le sugiere imprima esta crítica, y/o compre la versión impresa…
Last week we successfully stored a fart in a jar. All indications were that the fart would have remained in that jar for a long time. While it might have been interesting to let it lie for an extended period (and this may be the subject of a future experiment) it was entirely too tempting…
Question: Is it possible to store farts? Short answer: Yes.
Question: Do face masks protect against fart smell? Short answer: No.
In order to help celebrate this past week’s Valentine’s Day we have a special contribution from long-time ICEF member IraVanDamme in the form of a poem.
Question: Why does the internet say that farts travel at 10 ft/s? Short answer: Because the internet is wrong.
Question: Is it possible to produce words from farts? Short answer: No.