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do you get embarrassed

capnblackbeard
capnblackbeard Male
A month ago
do you get embarrassed passing wind infront of a friend or partner :) ?
leogirl
leogirl Female
A month ago
the more I don`t want to embarrass myself the more high pitched the " tune"
capnblackbeard
capnblackbeard Male
A month ago
thats what i love about europeans, especially the cloggs, theyre honesty, lol
for some guys its a badge of honor infront of your mates,
be like yeah, i just let one rip,
leogirl
leogirl Female
A month ago
behave yourself Capnblackbeard. !
Samx
Samx Male
A month ago
It very much depends how close the partnership is. After all it is a natural activity and, a some say, better out than in. Holding wind in, can become very painful. Releasing it in the loo might be preferable, especially if it’s a smelly one!
capnblackbeard
capnblackbeard Male
A month ago
im being serious leo, of all the people i met in europe i think the dutch were the best, the nearest to our sense of humour :)
leogirl
leogirl Female
A month ago
capnblackbeard.

I was married to a Norwegian who would be completely shocked if I disgraced myself . Even the dogs would not dare to be whiffy. :(
Pylon2021
Pylon2021 Male
A month ago
I would like to add that in all of my travels around Western Europe I found most people to be less inhibited about bodily functions than the majority of Brits.

The same is true of Western Europeans being less inhibited about body image than some Brits.

It must have something to do with old style "Victorian Values" that some in Britain have. Not me Guv'nor!
capnblackbeard
capnblackbeard Male
A month ago
The same is true of Western Europeans being less inhibited about body image than some Brits.

youre right there pylon,
i had to call out greenpeace a few times for stranded whales, lol
FBF_Peace
FBF_Peace Male
A month ago
I don't get embarrassed but would prefer not to do so in public or when with a lady. An inappropriate one might even make me laugh but I've never found passing wind hilarious as some seem to.
NoSaint
NoSaint Female
A month ago
It was funny when I was at school.
Minnie-the-Minx
Minnie-the-Minx Female
A month ago
I don't think you can do very much about an involuntary parp, so there's no point being embarrassed about it.
It's when people drop a silent deadly instead of going to the toilet, or just as bad, put their best efforts into letting off a rip roarer without any attempt to be discrete, that it becomes anti social.
HotOrWot
HotOrWot Male
A month ago
Nothing worse than an anti-social rip roarer LOLOL
Molly
Molly Female
A month ago
Public parping is not for me lol
persona_non_grata
persona_non_grata Male
29 days ago
I prefer to do a silent one and then blame someone else.
Molly
Molly Female
29 days ago
I won't stand to close to you. Lol.
Pylon2021
Pylon2021 Male
29 days ago
I usually mention that "The drains are backing up again". lol
NoSaint
NoSaint Female
29 days ago
Yours must be powerful Pylon haha.
Pylon2021
Pylon2021 Male
29 days ago
Yours must be powerful Pylon haha.

They might be tomorrow. I have just had a Beef Madras Curry. ;-))
Andromeda
Andromeda Female
29 days ago
A terrifying thought haha.
HotOrWot
HotOrWot Male
28 days ago
Ladies usually squeak but men thunder.
Greencare
Greencare Female
27 days ago
Quite right too HoW lol.


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