3. You Can Light Farts on Fire
You can light farts on fire, but you shouldn’t. For one thing, it could cause severe injuries. In fact, it is possible that a woman undergoing laser surgery in Japan farted, which set off the laser. The result is that she experienced burns on her legs, waist, and body. While there is some doubt as to this story, YouTube shows plenty of videos of people lighting their farts on fire. Don’t do it, as your sphincter can pull the flame back in when it retracts.
2. Dead Bodies Can Fart
Dead or alive, you can burp and fart. Not only that, the farts can leave your body through your mouth (not just your butt) if pressure is put on the trapped gases that occur from decomposition. And this time, unlike when you’re alive, the gas does smell. Live bodies do not need to worry about fart breath reeking, but dead bodies…well, they don’t, either, come to think of it. They’re dead, so the smell coming out of their mouths won’t bother them. Still, could be a good idea to have fragrant flowers around.
1. Babies Don’t Fart in the Womb
Farting does not necessarily require air, just bacteria. That said, babies don’t fart in the womb. This is because bacteria from certain foods causes farts. Babies in the womb don’t eat or digest these foods. Now, the pregnant woman may fart more. And the baby, once it is born, could be a fart machine too. Babies’ digestive systems are developing, so trapped gas can feel really painful. Plus, if they breastfeed, they are taking in more air than they would otherwise.Related: Constipated Avoid These 12 Things