Benengeli: I would like to thank the members of the ICEF for bestowing upon me the honour of introducing our newest member: TwoTone Malone. TwoTone – welcome to the Invisible College of Experimental Flatology!
TwoTone: Thanks B – it’s great to be here. I’m thrilled to have a chance to make a contribution to this branch of science.
Benengeli: TwoTone, I’ve listened to the 27 farts you have produced thus far…and there’s something very special going on here. How would you describe your sound?
TwoTone: I’m very tall and make music for a living. I have a feeling those traits have conspired to produce something wonderful.
Benengeli: Wonderful indeed. I understand from some of the other College members that a thorough analysis of your farts is underway and may be discussed in a future post.
TwoTone: I never imagined my farts would receive such scrutiny. I’d always hoped for a touch of fame for my musicality. Perhaps this will be my big break.
Benengeli: Now…there’s one fart in particular we need to discuss:
What’s going on there? Especially right at the end. Care to comment?
TwoTone: Definitely one of the grossest farts ever. I think there might have been more than just foul air in that one.
Benengeli: I know the scientists at the ICEF are curious about ‘enhanced-farts’ (sometimes referred to as ‘sharts‘ or ‘the dreaded number three‘). Do you have any actual evidence of enhancement?
TwoTone: A light mist on the gish and some amber wetness in the corn hole.
Benengeli: I think that says it all. Hopefully this never happens to you. Good luck TwoTone! We’re looking forward to more wonderful material.
TwoTone: Thanks B and to everyone at the ICEF.