By embarrassed - 08/10/2012 09:12 - Australia - Morphett Vale
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It's a natural process, even snarting. When I first visited my gf in Germany, I know she tried to not fart in front of me. One day, she sneezed and farted at the same time. Stuff like this happens, and it's not the end of your life if it does. Now shitting would have been something to complain about, seeing as you had the flu.
Note to self: Never try to hold back a sneeze again. That would be so embarrassing...especially since I have major anxiety issues. I'd never get over it. :P
Are you sure it wasn't silent and deadly? We would of guessed they heard it because it was loud.
How the heck did the pressure travel all the way to the other end?! Is that possible, or did you coincidentally have to fart a few minutes later anyway?
They probably laughed it off, but they'll be pissed at you in 1-2 weeks when they all come down with the flu. Your fart going to sound a lot funnier than their vomiting.
It can cause vomiting, but that's not a frequent symptom (excepted with children). If you are vomiting, you probably have gastroenteritis, which can cause fever and headaches, but mostly vomiting and diarrhea. The difference between the flu and a simple cold is the presence of fever, muscle pain, headaches, and the fact that you are feeling weak (to the point where you are sometimes barely able to walk). Also, you sleep a lot. It's best not to mix them up, as you don't treat them with the same medication.