I am a longtime fan of the Bookshelf Battler, whose blog originally featured head to head combat between geeky books for space on his bookshelf, hence the name. He has branched out into both fiction and philosophy, and the eleven-year-old boy in my soul is still braying with delight at this post that I just caught up with a few days ago. In these dark times, dear Goddess, we need all the erudite yet puerile humor we can get.
Think before you stink.
Hey 3.5 readers.
I surveyed the following philosophers on the topic of farting. Here is what they said:
Socrates – If you want to know whether or not you should fart, ask yourself if you should or should not fart. The answer to this fart question dwells within you and by asking yourself about farts, you will draw out the answer about farts.
Plato – Before you are born, you get to chill out in Heaven, where there is a mold of everything in the world, including farts. You forget about that mold after you are born, but the knowledge of that fart mold is still in you deep somewhere, so think real hard, and you will come up with the answer about farts.
Aristotle – The answer to a fart question isn’t with you but it does lie within the world somewhere. Study farts and…
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