We get upset when we see people doing normal bodily functions like farting and burping in public. The most embarrassing thing, and sometimes worth laughing about, is the pain in public. Yes, if you go out in public, people may judge you as immoral.
What we do know about farts is that they are part of the digestive process. People make weird noises when they scream, and what bothers them the most is the stench that comes from any annoying person.
However, there are many other facts about farts. Here are 12 little-known facts about farts that might surprise you.
- Men are good at yelling, and it’s not funny, but it’s true that men yell more than women.
- The word “fart” was created in 1962. It means wind from the fart.
- An average person farts 14 times a day. You can watch.
- Yes, we blow enough air through the tube to fill a balloon 14 times a day.
- It’s not an insult because it means you’re tough. A healthy digestive system produces gas. If you are not tired at all, see a specialist.
- Farts contain hydrogen sulfide, which reduces mitochondrial damage. It can be a tight note, and then the next time you take a full breath and thank the individual.
- Female farts are smellier because they have a higher concentration of hydrogen sulfide. The female gape is more helpful for scent.
- The plane travels at speeds up to 10 ft/sec.
- If you have tight muscles, higher muscles will have a place to squeeze, so they will be pushed out.
- Eating soda and gum can cause more bloating, so if you know someone who drinks a lot of soda, or chews a lot of gum, you’re gassy.
- Most of our bloating happens when we are resting in the evening.
- Termites are the largest excretory animals. Then there are camels, zebras, sheep, elephants, and canines (especially labs and retrievers).