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  • Premier Icon tomhoward
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    While I’m eating it, kedgeree. Nothing like a smoked fish and egg curry to offend others noses….

    After the event, scrambled eggs make me weep at the smell of my own farts.

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    You know that cabbage and keema curry they do at This ‘n’ That?
    Gets my bottom bracket grumbling like you would not believe.

    It’s so bad I’ve disgusted myself on occasion. πŸ™‚

    Had to walk out of the portakabin i was in yesterday after wednesday nights lentil curry made an appearance. Sulphorous.

    scud
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    I once had a night on whisky and a vindaloo, I think I actually glowed in the dark after that

    those festering french cheeses that have the same chemical make-up as athlete’s foot and smell like a dead tramp in a skip

    Anything lentil based.

    Premier Icon Rubber_Buccaneer
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    Mexican food. I love it but no one loves me the next day.

    edlong
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    any biryani

    bikebouy
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    Spring Onions πŸ˜†

    I bloody Love em’ too πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜›

    coopersport1
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    Shallots in any type of slow cooked stew

    lemonysam
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    Falafel has a strange affect on me which isn’t particularly noxious but the sheer volume of gas involved is quite something.

    Premier Icon Clobber
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    Jerusalem Artichoke Soup…

    Spent nearly an entire afternoon with an almost constant “on-demand” supply of gas on tap….

    nbt
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    Ow. I fell of my bike on Sunday and bruised my sides and it blooody hurts from giggling, bastards.

    Me? Well pretty much any food in general but especially these

    Beans
    Eggs
    Cabbage
    Curry
    Mild
    Bitter

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    Real ale often has me turning the air brown the next day. Especially what a mate of mine nicknamed “Theakston’s Finest Eggy.”

    Also, Batchelor’s Beanfart.

    Premier Icon piedi di formaggio
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    Pickled onions. Lovely to eat, but velocitous fragranced emmissions are a given afterwards.

    Mind you, Mrs feet moans if I’ve eaten anything spicier than a cucumber!

    Premier Icon surroundedbyhills
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    Flatulent Thursday followed Beans on Toast and 3 pints of Guinness Wednesday in my office, despite it being quite cold outside I kept the window open most of the day.

    Hindle Pie
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    Dal Curry

    JonEdwards
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    I was on tour a couple of weeks back.

    After 2 days we’d eaten:-
    baked beans 3 times
    Bacon x lots
    scrambled eggs x lots
    cold meat feast pizza x lots & lots
    Then they served us chilli jacket spuds with a side dish of egg mayo…

    Every single one of the crew was chuffing absolute vileness. No need to turn the haze machine on – there was a green miasma hanging in the air already.

    …and lets not even contemplate the stench in the tourbus the next morning…

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Chinese. Apparently.

    1 shed
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    Slightly esoteric but fill yer boots with salsify for gases you could slice with a knife.

    Premier Icon pictonroad
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    Tinned mackerel/sardines, 20 seconds to eat, burping it for a day.

    Premier Icon binners
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    You know what I mean. The ones you can’t resist! You know its going to have a detrimental effect on your body, and put a self-induced strain on your working relationships, but you just have too!

    Baked Beans induced flatulance?
    The kebab that seeps from every pore the next day?
    Pickled eggs?

    I’m voting for these things. Which are ace, but repeat on me for about 3 days afterwards

    It is indeed a bit of an animal. Its presently not good.

    *BURP*

    I’m operating an exclusion zone 😳

    Your nominations please….

    Freester
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    A day on the London Pride and whatever food I choose to eat.

    Premier Icon Lifer
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    Proper garlic sausage. The kind you can still taste days later, and gives you breath that guarantees a bit of ‘personal space’ OM NOM NOM

    Premier Icon Nobby
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    I used to think it was a chilli pickled onions & ale combo until I had what can only be described as ‘curried sprouts’ on holiday recently.

    Quite unearthly results.

    Premier Icon bigblackshed
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    Anything and everything.

    I suffer from IBS, so when I suffer everyone suffers. I can clear the works canteen, even the engineers, who wouldn’t move if the place was on fire. I’ve also been known to make pious born again christians swear. Proper choice Anglo-Saxonisms to boot.

    I had a very nice Thai green curry for lunch, so tonight’s night shift are in for some delights. 😈

    nbt
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    BigBlackShed wrote:

    Anything and everything.
    I suffer from IBS, so when I suffer everyone suffers. I can clear the works canteen, even the engineers, who wouldn’t move if the place was on fire. I’ve also been known to make pious born again christians swear. Proper choice Anglo-Saxonisms to boot.
    I had a very nice Thai green curry for lunch, so tonight’s night shift are in for some delights.

    I hate you at the moment, my sides are ******* killing me from giggling

    Moses
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    Jerusalem artichokes, as above. I timed the emissions, down to 1 per 90secs.
    And black pudding & baked beans. Mrs M went to sleep in the spare bed after that – it was my breath, I think

    yossarian
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    Pesto and eggs

    I usually blame the cat.

    mightymule
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    I ate a vindaloo by mistake once.

    Next day at work I had to step outside the building to prevent the whole building being evacuated due to a severe biohazard.

    While I was outside the pigeons were coming close to dropping dead from the sky.

    😳

    Premier Icon tomhoward
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    I’m just in the supermarket. Spotted some artichokes.

    They can’t be that bad can they? I’ll report back…

    Coffee. I have horses that make less of a stench..

    Premier Icon edhornby
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    Anything and everything

    Premier Icon Nobeerinthefridge
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    Real ale, pickled eggs, lentil soup, pretty much most curries… the list is endless tbh.

    Premier Icon slowoldman
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    You know that cabbage and keema curry they do at This ‘n’ That?

    Only place I’ve been that puts cabbage in curry. It’s brilliant.
    Actually I just fart. No specific food requirement.

    chewkw
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    This for flatulance … πŸ˜†

    This for burping … πŸ˜†

    Make sure you are in close proximity of people or in a lift.

    :mrgreen:

    fin25
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    Sage and onion stuffing, creates gasses that smell exactly like sage and onion stuffing. I once did a stuffing fart at work, a colleague said “can anyone smell Paxo?”. They were sick in their mouth when I told them it was an “air Paxo”.

    Houns
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    *high fives fellow ibs sufferer*

    It may sound funny to you all but it’s true πŸ™ literally anything can set it off.

    What causes the worst smelling farts for me has to be any real ale with ginger in. Enville ale always makes my stomach and farts bad, but Enville’s Ginger Tom?! I am a walking bio hazard. Blanford Flyer isn’t great either

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