- n a state of excessive gas in the alimentary canal
- n pompously embellished language
- Content of great value mixes with bullies terrorizing their classmates, public flatulence and some six-year-old's piano recital.
- He suffers nausea and flatulence, and then a profuse, watery diarrhea.
- And of course, there is cow flatulence: as cattle digest grass or grain, they produce methane gas, of which they expel up to 200 L a day.
- Kenny Mayne in International Herald Tribune
Wearing glitter on his eyes, Mayne cracked on the season's remaining contestants, calling Kristi Yamaguchi "a robot" and claiming Jason Taylor "has a flatulence problem."
- Ana Matronic in The Sun
She told this month's Q magazine: "I used to be the only woman on the bus. Then a couple of years ago there were three gay boys upstairs talking about sex and flatulence. I walked downstairs and the straight crew guys were talking about t**s and...
- Russell Brand in MTV.com
That woman is like a flatulence factory,Brand told Cannon. "The pop hits that she fires out of her mouth are nothing compared to what comes out the other end of her!"