pass wind

pass wind

verb To expel a flatulus through the anus.
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Said to make people pass wind and faint, the soup-only regime was popular in the 1980s and scored 32 per cent.
Most people probably pass wind whilst walking around food shops.
In fact, Mr Trump, don't attack, comment, eulogise, rant, brag or pass wind inappropriately except when out on the fairway of your beautiful golf courses.
It means cattle feed which uses modified hops as its base could be used one day to prevent the bacteria that causes cows to produce methane when they pass wind.
How many people pass wind, which is probably inhaled by thousands every day?
Some customs were just downright disgusting - one Twitter user posted about the way Filipinos pass wind without admitting it, or sometimes while blaming others.
I recently read Nasty Pelosi's Altamont Pass wind farm is the most dangerous wind farm for predatory birds in the US (Wikipedia: Altamont Pass wind farm).
London, July 29 ( ANI ): A US man has bizarrely admitted to being sexually aroused by people who pass wind.
QI'M 80, I have a pain on my left side from my waist to my breast and I pass wind after food.
I hate it when that happens - it is so embarrassing." Kate Ball, 27, a full-time mum from Spennymoor in County Durham, said: "I haven't done it but it would be really awful to pass wind on a date.
Poor Harvey was the only one in his family and the only boy in the neighbourhood who couldn't xxxx (pass wind).