In 1783, a political cartoonist could illustrate farting, but was forbidden to say the word. The cartoon above is in reference to The Great Siege of Gibraltar (1779-1783), an attempt by the French and the Spanish to capture Gibraltar from the British who were distracted by the American War for Independence.
“I fart in your general direction!” – Monty Python & the Holy Grail 1975
“Don’t worry Ma’am, I’m from the Internet.”
It’s brilliant. I’m guessing it’s a methane collector connected to a burner to provide lift to the parachute. I’d name the single-user gas-fired flying machine “Jack The Ripper.”
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Yep. That’s where we’re headed, folks. Don’t fart in the wrong direction. [Found here.]
He’s immune, and he knows it…
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Howlin’ Wolf, linked from here. He sang HARD.
…we ended up with “If you leave me now you’ll leave the very best part of me — oooOOOOhhno, baby please don’t go” garbage. Fuldkommen Gak.