Aug 25 2013

Take that

A friend on Twitter shared some flatulence de guerre:

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Well all right then! We’ve got precedent.

Much more at io9.


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  1. 1

    All cultures have their funny little ways, but damn those Japanese are weird sometimes.

  2. 2
    Charles Sullivan

    Guy in blue on the right seems to be enjoying himself way too much.

  3. 3
    Al Dente

    The guy on the left seems to be waiting for his turn. Competitive flatulence.

  4. 4
    Nathaniel Frein



  5. 5

    Dammit they aren’t any naval themed fart scrolls =/

  6. 6
    Subtract Hominem, a product of Nauseam

    One of Sun Tzu’s lesser-known works was a sequel: The Fart of War.

  7. 7
    WMDKitty -- Survivor

    Carlin was right. Everybody loves fart jokes.

  8. 8
    Dana Hunter

    Gives a whole new meaning to the Japanese word kamikaze (Divine Wind), doesn’t it just?

    Fun fact: the word’s literal translation is “God Wind” – which means we can safely say that Sara “god wind” her tweet.

    Thank you, I’ll be here indefinitely. *takes bow, dodges rotten veggies*

  9. 9

    One of Sun Tzu’s lesser-known works was a sequel: The Fart of War.


    Oh shit, where is ModusOperandi when you need him. We need a bat signal.

  10. 10
    Richard Smith

    I have seen the fog of war, and it is brown-ish.

    Although similarly not particularly naval, there is also the petard, a shaped charge used to breach fortifications. Definitely a (usually) more explosive breaking of wind…

  11. 11
    Richard Smith

    @leni (#9):

    Oh shit

    Not if correctly deployed.

  12. 12

    Well played, sir, well played.

  13. 13
    UnknownEric the Apostate

    More like martial farts, amiright?

    /rim shot

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