To be honest, when Helen Vahdati announced this week's Song Lyric Sunday theme is "fear," my first thought was "more cowbell!" I really tried to find some song other than Blue Oyster Cult's "Don't Fear the Reaper," but finally admitting defeat, I went to You Tube to find an appropriate video. Once there, the strangest … Continue reading Song Lyric Sunday — Fear
After watching a video of a snail luxuriating in a stream of water, all I could think was, "No more escargot for me." https://youtu.be/poGkdX8H4cY Written in response to One-Liner Wednesday photo prompt of snail (photo credit to Linda G. Hill):
For the better part of today, my brain has been working in the background, mulling over Stream of Consciousness Saturday's prompt "bodily function." To be honest, I guess I must be sort of prudish, because all I could think of was bodily functions that are usually not discussed in polite company. (Thank you, Emily Post. … Continue reading Stream of Consciousness Saturday: Bodily Functions
Because everyone needs a hearty laugh…..
So for this week’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt, Linda G. Hill challenged us to write a post about a bodily function. Actually, she said we could “decide on one or write about a whole bunch of bodily functions.”
My favorite bodily function is the fart. Because farts are funny. Back on July 1, 2017, I wrote a whole post about farts. Its focus was farting on airplanes and the bottom line (no pun intended) was that you should just go ahead and let it rip.
Farting is a natural part of the human digestive process. When you eat, you don’t just swallow food, you also swallow air, which contains nitrogen and oxygen. These tiny air bubbles make their way through our bodies and mix with hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and methane along the way. The only way they can escape the body is by releasing them out of our butts and into the…
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