Where is it Appropriate to Let It Rip?

Just because Let It Rip wants everyone to feel comfortable about farting, there should be ‘do’s and ‘don’t’s about where to fart.

Open spaces, outdoors – best place for passing wind (even better if it goes with the wind). Think… in the street, or at a park (although, don’t go out of your way to go to a park solely to fart – that’s just weird).

Private, personal spaces – another great place to let it rip. Like, at home, or in your room. This is where you freely fart anyway, so keep it up! Loud and proud.

A big NO would have to be public transport. There’s nowhere for the fart to go, so it lingers and doesn’t waft away. Be considerate! Outdoors is fine because people aren’t trapped with that nasty, stinky cloud.

In a room with other people… debatable. Depends on the room and the people inside. If it’s with friends (and only friends) you’re comfortable with, and in a private space, like at a house, I say that’s a-okay! If you’re sharing a space with strangers though…
N. O.

Try not to let it rip at the cinemas, or in a lecture theatre, or any space that is similar. Like public transport, there’s nowhere for the fart to go.

However… if it’s one that can be released silently and without much of a smell (well, let’s face it… it’s silent but deadly for a reason…) that’s fine. As long as it can’t be traced to you. And let’s be real – we all do this. You can’t just toot proudly in spaces like these. You have to be stealthy.

Do you agree with these ‘do’s and ‘don’t’s about where it’s appropriate to let it rip?

Let us know what you think by leaving a comment!

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