Ok Phantom Farting...when was the first or only time......

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Nana b
Nana b Member Posts: 3,030 Member
edited March 2014 in Colorectal Cancer #1
when was the first or only time......or the funnies time. You farted in public since being diagnosed?? Tell us your story. I always make sure that gas is out of my body before going anywhere, well one day I was leaving work, and got in my car, and with a sigh of relief let it go.....well hell, if one of my co-workers didn't stick her head in the window to tell me bye......that was my embarrassment. No one but my boss knew I had/have cancer or was on chemo (even at work).

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  • greybeard64
    greybeard64 Member Posts: 254
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    Okay, I know this doesnt sound typically male, but I never, and this is no exageration, farted around my wife. when the kids were born it was the same with them. I have always been kind of "weird" I guess with this. If I am in the bathroom, I cant bring myself to even talk to someone on the other side of the door. My wife learned this early on. I wont even go into the nightmare of basic training where the stalls didnt exsist just a row of toilets and guys lined up waiting there turn facing the guy who was doing his business! ( I trained myself to go at three in the morning LOL). Anyway, after surgery number two, and I was at the stage where I was no longer TOO worried about it not just being gas, I ask my wife to pull my finger (ya know the old joke). Well it caught her so off guard because of my history that she wasnt even thinking about that. She pulled and I let one rip. I thought she was going to hit the floor laughing so hard. Come to think of it she may have been better off hitting the floor as hot air/ gas rises and I got to tell you the smell could have knocked a buzzard off a "manure" truck!! No offense Buzz, :). so there is mine.
  • karguy
    karguy Member Posts: 1,020 Member
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    Okay, I know this doesnt sound typically male, but I never, and this is no exageration, farted around my wife. when the kids were born it was the same with them. I have always been kind of "weird" I guess with this. If I am in the bathroom, I cant bring myself to even talk to someone on the other side of the door. My wife learned this early on. I wont even go into the nightmare of basic training where the stalls didnt exsist just a row of toilets and guys lined up waiting there turn facing the guy who was doing his business! ( I trained myself to go at three in the morning LOL). Anyway, after surgery number two, and I was at the stage where I was no longer TOO worried about it not just being gas, I ask my wife to pull my finger (ya know the old joke). Well it caught her so off guard because of my history that she wasnt even thinking about that. She pulled and I let one rip. I thought she was going to hit the floor laughing so hard. Come to think of it she may have been better off hitting the floor as hot air/ gas rises and I got to tell you the smell could have knocked a buzzard off a "manure" truck!! No offense Buzz, :). so there is mine.

    Well
    Well after I had surgery,I was at the library book outlet,and just as I walked in the front door the gas just came out.I just acted like nothing happened,and the retired ladies that work there just started asking what that smell was,I just walked around to the other side and didn't say anything,when another man walked up and they just looked at him,but didn't say anything.
  • RickMurtagh
    RickMurtagh Member Posts: 587 Member
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    I have only farted once since surgery 6/18/2009, just a couple of weeks ago (takedown was April 20). I was just a small fart, quiet and not smelly in the least. I was alone with no one to share it with, but it was very satisfying.
  • Buzzard
    Buzzard Member Posts: 3,043 Member
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    I have only farted once since surgery 6/18/2009, just a couple of weeks ago (takedown was April 20). I was just a small fart, quiet and not smelly in the least. I was alone with no one to share it with, but it was very satisfying.

    2 weeks after surgery
    had to get out of house...new ostomy with bag...just had to get out....went to post office and by the way had to stiff leg my left leg to keep my sore rear off the uncomfortable seat(yeah, just had to get out) got to the post office and went in (on a saturday) and every woman in the neighborhood had to be in there. Well, of course it was quiet as a church mouse and so when I walked in I reached around to get my billfold out and yep you guessed it, the bend in my belly caused me to let her rip...embarrassed to say the least. There I stood with 20 women looking at me like I just murdered someone...I stood there and said, I had cancer surgery 2 weeks ago and I now wear a bag, don't worry ladies, it ain't gonna stink, and calmly walked out of the post office...
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    Buzzard said:

    2 weeks after surgery
    had to get out of house...new ostomy with bag...just had to get out....went to post office and by the way had to stiff leg my left leg to keep my sore rear off the uncomfortable seat(yeah, just had to get out) got to the post office and went in (on a saturday) and every woman in the neighborhood had to be in there. Well, of course it was quiet as a church mouse and so when I walked in I reached around to get my billfold out and yep you guessed it, the bend in my belly caused me to let her rip...embarrassed to say the least. There I stood with 20 women looking at me like I just murdered someone...I stood there and said, I had cancer surgery 2 weeks ago and I now wear a bag, don't worry ladies, it ain't gonna stink, and calmly walked out of the post office...

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  • coloCan
    coloCan Member Posts: 1,944 Member
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    I tell' em that I'm practicing with various sounds
    to be a ventrilogist.....(listen to me imitate a tuba without moving my lips!)........steve
  • khl8
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    I tell' em that I'm practicing with various sounds
    to be a ventrilogist.....(listen to me imitate a tuba without moving my lips!)........steve

    I was in line at the store
    I was in line at the store and of course it was crowded. I felt it come on and it was so sudden I could not stop it, thankfully it was silent, but not odor free. When I realized what happened, I crinkled up my nose looked at the person behind me and nodded at the back of the person in front of me! The poor guy never knew that everyone in line behind him thought he was the culprit!