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Pandemonium rules
Started by: i-spy (13330)  Report abuse
I went to a meeting today which was going well until someone started yawning and the rest followed. That set off a major fit of the giggles all round and two very loud farts to complete the entertainment
Meeting abandoned

Posted by: ayrefield (4271) Report abuse
Mmmm, just another day in the council chambers then.

Posted by: jo anne (31509)   Report abuse
It wasn't The Deal Conference at The Edge, 'Reasons To Be Cheerful', was it, I-Spy?!

Posted by: i-spy (13330)  Report abuse
I couldn't possibly comment jo anne But why is yawning so contagious

Posted by: jo anne (31509)   Report abuse
'It's a type of "echophenomenon," an automatic imitation of another person, but the reason why is unknown.' ((Aug'17))

(Imitation can be linked to flattery but what the flatulence is about I don't know. )

Posted by: i-spy (13330)  Report abuse
Too many peas with the pies maybe

Posted by: jo anne (31509)   Report abuse
A motto for boring meetings ... If legumes be the food of gusts, ladle on!

Posted by: i-spy (13330)  Report abuse
what was that Heinz beans rhyme its been driving me crackers trying to remember it.

Posted by: tomplum (4379)  Report abuse
do you meanz the rathbones rhyme Ispy ?

rathbone bread tastes like lead
if you eat it
you drop dead

They put summut in it
and its no bloody wonder
if you eat too much
you fart like thunder


Posted by: i-spy (13330)  Report abuse

Posted by: bentlegs (4185) Report abuse
I remember it as, Eat Co-op Bread ,
Shit like lead
Fart like thunder
No bloody wonder
Dont eat co-op bread,

 
 
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