Thursday, January 05, 2012

The Legendary Kimchi Fart




Speaking of farts this Kimchi fart  is legendary

  


Legendary Farts




12 comments:

El Jefe said...

That Dear Leader...he's such a gas!

I-RIGHT-I said...

I dated a Korean gal for awhile. F'd up, she was the best barber I ever had..screwed that deal up royal.
Her home made Kimchi would bring tears to your eyes but I never ate enough of it to work up the slightest amount of gas. Gawdawful concoction.

pdwalker said...

I've had days like that, or so my wife would like me to belief.

John Venlet said...

I think it may have been the guy in the second row, third from the left, who dealt it. He's not covering his nose and his eyes aren't quite watering.

Grumpyunk said...

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Mile66 said...

It's him, John. He's trying hard to conceal his enjoyment.

Anonymous said...

Need an overcoat? We've got brown, black, blue and green.

Anonymous said...

I was just a dumb hick kid (and the dumb hick part probably still applies) when I stumbled into town and joined up with the Yankee War Department about 40-years ago, and the first exotic food I ever saw was kimchi. One of the drill sergeants was married to a Korean and brought in a gallon jar of the stuff, and passed it around. I thought it was great then, and, still do. There's a jar in my refrigerator right this very minute, as a matter of fact, much to the chagrin of Mrs. H.

Sir H the Comet

BobG said...

Kimchi is awesome. I always have a jar of it in my refrigerator. The daikon radishes pickled kimchi-style are pretty good, too.

Anonymous said...

Sauerkraut or pickled herring is all the ethnic I need.
Tim

Pawpaw said...

I had a tank commander on my -23 tank when I was doing such things. His wife was Korean and make kimchi. We'd lay on the front slope of the tank and eat kimchi when we were in the field. I brought home a pint jar once, and my wife threw a fit. She finally associated the food with the gas I'd pass when I came out of the field.

Anonymous said...

Must watch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSWN6Qj98Iw

favorite comment "They must have just watched 'The Notebook'"

thoR~

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