What Kind Of Farter Are You?

  • Vain: You love the smell of your own farts.
  • Amiable: You love the smell of other people's farts.
  • Proud: You think your farts are exceptionally fine.
  • Shy: You release silent farts and then blush.
  • Impudent: You boldly fart out loud and then laugh.
  • Unfortunate: You try really hard to fart, but you poop instead.
  • Scientific: You fart regularly but you're concerned about pollution.
  • Nervous: You stop in the middle of your fart.
  • Honest: You admit that you farted but offer good medical reasons.
  • Dishonest: You far and then blame the dog.
  • Foolish: You suppress your farts for hours.
  • Thrifty: You always keep a couple of good farts in reserve.
  • Anti-Social: When the need arises, you excuse yourself from the room and fart in private.
  • Strategic: You fart and then conceal it with loud coughing.
  • Sadistic: You fart in bed and then pull the cover up over your partner's head.
  • Intellectual: You can determine from the smell of any fart exactly what food item had been consumed.
  • Athletic: You fart at the slightest exertion.
  • Miserable: You would love to let one out, but you are unable to fart.
  • Sensitive: You fart and then start crying.

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(posted by yu bei)


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(posexternal image goldtoilet-1.jpgposted by Yixiang)

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Early 20th Century outhouse, preserved at a ghost town in the Arizona Desert,United States.(posted by Ruixiang)


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how does toilet works

A toilet is a plumbing fixture and disposal system primarily intended for the disposal of the bodily wastes: urine and fecal matter. Additionally, vomit and menstrual waste are sometimes disposed of in toilets in Western societies. The word toilet describes the fixture and, especially in British English, the room containing the fixture. In American English, the latter is euphemistically called a restroom or bathroom. The latter term often describes a room that

A toilet is a plumbing fixture and disposal system primarily intended for the disposal of the bodily wastes: urine and fecal matter. Additionally, vomit and menstrual waste are sometimes disposed of in toilets in Western societies. The word toilet describes the fixture and, especially in British English, the room containing the fixture. In American English, the latter is euphemistically called a restroom or bathroom. The latter term often describes a room that also contains a bath tub. A room with only a toilet and a sink is sometimes called a half-bathroom, a half bath, and a powder room.

also contains a bath tub. A room with only a toilet and a sink is sometimes called a half-bathroom, a half bath, and a powder room.(posted by ding yuan)

toilet poem 1

a Fart A fart can be quiet, A fart can be loud, Some leave a powerful, Poisonous cloud. A fart can be short, Or a fart can be long, Some farts have been known, To sound just like a song. Some farts do not smell, While others are vile, A fart may pass quickly, Or linger awhile. A fart can create A most-curious medley, A fart can be harmless, Or silent, but deadly. A fart can occur In a number of places, And leave everyone With strange looks on their faces. From wide-open prairies, To small elevators, A fart will find all of us Sooner or later. So be not afraid Of the invisible gas, For always remember, That farts, too, shall pass. (posted by yu bei)


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Thomas Crapper,John Harrinton
Crapper was born inThorne , Yorkshire, in 1836; the exact date is unknown, but he was baptised on 28 September 1836. His father, Charles, was a sailor. At the age of 11, Crapper is reported to have walked the 165 miles (266 km) from his home to London, where he was apprenticed to a master plumber in Robert Street, Chelsea. After his apprenticeship and three years as a journeyman plumber, in 1861 Crapper set himself up as a sanitary engineer, with his own brass foundry and workshops in nearby Marlborough Road.
The flushing toilet was invented by John Harrinton in 1596.Joseph Bramah of Yorkshire patented the first practical water closet in England in 1778. Edward Jennings in 1852 also took out a patent for the flush-out toilet.The word crap actually derives from Dutch (krappe), and first came into use centuries before Crapper was born. In a time when bathroom fixtures were barely spoken of, Crapper heavily promoted sanitary plumbing and pioneered the concept of the bathroom fittings showroom.
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In the 1880s, Prince Edward (later Edward VII) purchased his country seat of Sandringham House in Norfork
and asked Thomas Crapper & Co. to supply the plumbing, including thirty lavatories with cedarwood seats and enclosures, thus giving Crapper his first Royal Warrant. The firm received further warrants from Edward as King and from George V both as Prince of Wales and as King.
In 1904, Crapper retired, passing the firm to his nephew George and his business partner Robert Marr Wharam. Crapper lived at 12 Thornsett Road, Anerley, for the last thirteen years of his life and died on 27 January 1910. He was buried in the nearby Elmers End Cemetery.
In 1966 the company was sold by then owner Robert G. Wharam (son of Robert Marr Wharam) on his retirement, to their rivals John Bolding & Sons. Bolding went into liquidation in 1969. The company fell out of use until it was acquired by Simon Kirby, a historian and collector of antique bathroom fittings, who relaunched the company in Stratford-upon-Avon, producing authentic reproductions of Crapper's original Victorian bathroom fittings.(posted by Ruixiang)







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The Old Lady & the Cashier


A little old lady went to the grocery store & put the most expensive cat food in her basket. She then went to the check out counter where she told the check out girl, "Nothing but the best for my little kitten on Christmas."

The girl at the cash register said, "I'm sorry, but we can't sell you cat food without proof that you have a cat. A lot of old people buy cat food to eat, & the management wants proof that you are buying the cat food for your cat."

The little old lady went home, picked up her cat & brought it back to the store. They sold her the cat food.

The next day, the old lady went to the store & bought 12 of the most expensive dog cookies - one for each day of Christmas. The cashier this time demanded proof that she now had a dog, claiming that old people sometimes eat dog food.

Frustrated, she went home, came back & brought in her dog. She was then given the dog cookies.

The next day, she brought in a box with a hole in the lid. The little old lady asked the cashier to stick her finger in the hole. The cashier said, "No - you might have a snake in there." The little old lady assured her that there was nothing in the box that would bite her.

So, the cashier put her finger into the box & pulled it out & told the little old lady, "That smells like crap." The little old lady grinned from ear to ear, "Now, my dear, can I please buy 3 rolls of toilet paper?" (posted by yu bei)


Fart Poem

A Belch is just one gust of wind,That cometh from the heart...But should it take the downward trend,It turns to fard(posted by yixiang







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The “toilet bar” of Vienna is actually a public restroom situated in an underpass near the Austria National Opera. The restroom features several units of urinals shaped like thick lipsticked lips with teeth and a tongue. Patrons were charged 75 cents for each visit. It is also very famous in Europe.(posted by yi xiang)