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You can instantly spot a Flatulent English speaker.
His friend, who luckily lacks a sense of smell, invents a pair of special pants that help the flatulent youngster achieve his dream of becoming an astronaut.
She was by far the most flatulent member of the cast and believe me, she had a lot of competition.
Supplied by viewers at home, don't miss the sunbathing panda, a cat masseuse and a flatulent horse.
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If I were Sports Minister, I'd implement a policy to ensure that the next generation of sportsmen and women aren't plucky losers but inept, bad-tempered, foul-mouthed and - should the occasion demand it - flatulent losers.
In the episode, broadcast on January 30, Richard Hammond joked that Mexican cars reflected national characteristics, saying they were "just going to be lazy, feckless, flatulent oaf with a moustache, leaning against a fence asleep, looking at a cactus with a blanket with a hole in the middle on as a coat".
sobs Jill, gasping for air as an exceedingly flatulent Aunt Lucille lets rip.
Launched to coincide with next month's West End opening of the musical Spamalot, which is based on the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail and features several flatulent Frenchmen among other colourful characters, the new line marks a change in approach from Spam.
Clams, pigs, slugs, crocodiles, tapirs, flatulent dogs, bats, fat cats, insects trapped in spider webs and more offer words of wisdom but, really, more often, amiably nitwit observations when the series premieres at 8 tonight.
The result, concocted under the baton of Gerard Schwarz, was a kaleidoscope of special sound effects, ranging from a flying wicked witch in low-key Russian romantic Anatol Liadov's concise Baba Yaga, through to the flatulent punctuation of the contrabassoon in Stravinsky's puppet-inspired high-profile ballet, Petrouchka.
The flatulent "funnyman" - whose crude personal habits have already annoyed housemates and viewers - was devastated after being nominated for the boot on the reality show.