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gtr-gaz

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3,937 posts

132 months

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In order of pungentcy:

1) Real ale
2) Fried eggs
3) Marmite

HTH smile

R.P.M

1,446 posts

107 months

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Real ale
Beans
curry

RDMcG

8,786 posts

93 months

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Curry can be fairly awe inspiring.....

Huntsman

4,364 posts

136 months

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Macdonalds - not had one for years mind.

Muesli - love it for brekkers but come 4 in the afternoon....PARP!

Curry - makes me do what the missus calls 'turbo farts'


Pied Piper

1,378 posts

133 months

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Anything. According to Mrs PP.
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halo25

1,246 posts

85 months

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Mostly everything...however I have been banned from Alpen for several years after a two week exercise to have it for breakfast ended up in some fairly nuclear scale explosions that happened every 10 mins or so for a couple of days.

F i F

23,830 posts

137 months

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chestnut stuffing, volume and pungency

davidn

960 posts

145 months

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Marks & Spencers pastrami and pickle sandwich. Afteroons are very entertaining now (well I think so) I swear I could move my office chair without using my feet, just pure pickle power. Or maybe it's just me. I need somebody to verify my theory.

Malh001

628 posts

114 months

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Several pints on Newcastle Brown Ale followed by a chilli kebab, i cleared a large workshop in my youth.

Any Spanish lager, i woke my girlfriend up last holiday, she thought she heard a "window" banging!!!

Strawman

5,511 posts

93 months

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There was a 'true' story in Private Eye a few years ago about a man who lived in Cairo and subsisted on a diet of cabbage and beans, one hot night he managed to fart himself to death (asphyxiation), the fireman who broke down the door to his room had to be hospitalised, so I'd nominate those two foods.

thebluebus

3,428 posts

103 months

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Beer.
Crisps - most flavours frown
Chips.
Chilli.
Foreign food.
Sausages.
Roast potatoes.
Swede.
Red wine.
Pasties.
Grapefruit juice.
Peppers.
Onion.
Onion again.
Pasta.
Garlic.
Plums.
HobNobs.
Toast and honey.
Garlic.
Chicken.
Gravy.
Leftovers - of anything.
Jumbalaya.
Celery.
Beef stew.
Burgers.
Anything eaten in a pub.
Peanut butter.
Satsumas.
Hula Hoops.
Custard Creams.

That's most of them. My wife is quite complainy about it.

nel

3,949 posts

127 months

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Curry - particularly if a good helping of onion bhajees and several beers is included. Made the mistake of this combination last night before getting on a 'plane this morning. The pressure change just made it worse. Went to the loo and giggled during the hovercraft perfomance.

Real ale - the treacley, morning after wind following a CAMRA beer festival can make large rooms unusable for extended periods of time.

Spicey mexican food with lots of onions and peppers. Impressive but can be painful, watch out for the jalopenos or you might end up needing a Zoom ice lolly for comfort...

jagdpanther

19,633 posts

105 months

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Curry
Chilli
Fish
Chicken
Turkey
Beef Steak
Beans
Onions
Sausages
Real Ale (Deadly after a few pints of RA)
Cider

The mighty drunken Kebab, although I fear that may be a foul concoction of Real Ale, shit quality meat used in a Kebab and the copious amounts of chili sauce blathered upon the glistening heart attack in a pitta hehe

DAVEVO9

2,632 posts

153 months

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Boiled egg sarnies washed down with draught guinness and Planters dry roasted peanuts!

small very warm quiet farts.

Egbert Nobacon

2,832 posts

129 months

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Malt Loaf - produces the most horrendous smells. Mrs Nobacon has banned it from the house smile

UKbob

16,277 posts

151 months

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Marf

22,907 posts

127 months

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thebluebus said:
Beer.
Crisps - most flavours frown
Chips.
Chilli.
Foreign food.
Sausages.
Roast potatoes.
Swede.
Red wine.
Pasties.
Grapefruit juice.
Peppers.
Onion.
Onion again.
Pasta.
Garlic.
Plums.
HobNobs.
Toast and honey.
Garlic.
Chicken.
Gravy.
Leftovers - of anything.
Jumbalaya.
Celery.
Beef stew.
Burgers.
Anything eaten in a pub.
Peanut butter.
Satsumas.
Hula Hoops.
Custard Creams.

That's most of them. My wife is quite complainy about it.
So would it be safe to say eating makes you fart?

Muncher

9,571 posts

135 months

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Absolutely everything, I'm pretty prolificeek

Knick Pee

29,902 posts

137 months

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Onions, then i fart like a cart horseand Mrs Pee knows she's in for a 'dutch oven' hehe

Edited by Knick Pee on Friday 11th January 19:57

jagdpanther

19,633 posts

105 months

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Knick Pee said:
Onions, then i fart like a cart horseand Mrs Pee knows she's in for a 'dutch oven' hehe

Edited by Knick Pee on Friday 11th January 19:57
rofl


True man that hehe
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