By Anonymous - Australia - Queanbeyan
Today, I went out to a restaurant with a girl I have been dating. The only conversation was about how proud she was of her fart during work earlier, and how she managed to clear out a section of the office. FML
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  Drigr  |  9

That's a little harsh. For all we know OP didn't help the situation by creating conversation off his own. And hey, if she's that open about farting, she must really dig the guy.

  furry_fml  |  6

All of you are stupid. The way OP made the FML made it look like they did not enjoy the fact that that was the only thing she said. It seems like they did not like her farting and that dating her was awkward, so if you take it the wrong way fine, but don't be a complete moron

  LiterOfCola  |  16

Everyone's so harsh on the "dump her/him" comments. Think about it, though. They aren't in a serious relationship yet; they've simply "been dating" which sounds rather casual. When you're just starting to date someone, something like this could easily make you not want to go out with the person again.

  BellaBelle_fml  |  23

I don't care who you are, how old you are, or where you're from, farts are universally funny! Although, I do agree that there is a time and a place for such behavior and conversation. And on a date in a restaurant isn't exactly it.

  fuzz97  |  23

no, 2 is actually correct. Girls that act like "one of the dudes" = grossest, most undesirable thing ever. OP is better off finding a woman who actually does woman stuff.

  Kn0wledge123  |  21

Alright, I'm gonna play Devil's Advocate. I see what 59 is saying, although he said it in a very stupid sexist way.

Lets be frank here folks; yes guys do enjoy a woman who can kick back, have a beer, watch the Heat game (LeBron, Bosh, Wade, whoo!) and kick ass at Call of Duty. But at the end of the day, we still want a woman. Not necessarily "bitch back to the kitchen and make me sammich", but one who's classy and keeps herself up. Lady in the streets, freak in the bed? Y'all know what I mean. I'm sure if none of you are slobs around your boyfriend. Sure, there are times where you fart in front of him, need to burp, don't wear any make up and have your bad hair days, but that's not ALWAYS like you're one of his boys. If that was the case, he would be dickin down his friends, not you. So by "lady stuff" I don't think 59 is talking about "never fart in my presence EVER - I am man hear me roar". But that a conversation on how heinous her fart was is not exactly "lady like". Especially in a public area. Tell me that at home or over the phone. Y'all feel me?

I do apologize if I sounded sexist. I really am not. *gets ready for oncoming flames and down votes*

  jesustitts  |  20

Actually if I were to fart in public and manage to clear a room and was with my husband at a restaurant in public I'd brag about it. Because that'd be most likely when it would come up. If you're uncomfortable about your body around your husband, good luck living together. My husband talks to me while I'm shitting or pissing and vice versa. Plus he also checks if I have problems. He's like my little doctor, only not getting paid for it. If you can have sex with a man, but can't handle your own farts, you've got problems.

  Kn0wledge123  |  21

Ok I probably didn't explain myself well. Not saying you have to be uncomfortable about your own bodily functions. That's nonsense. A conversation like that I'm sure is private. I would say the same for a guy as well. If I were to go to a restaurant, took a dump or huge fart, then came back to the dinner table and bragged about it, I can't complain if the woman I'm with never wants to see me again. Maybe I was raised with a snobby etiquette, but I don think that's proper conversation in a public area. Perhaps the woman is already comfortable with OP and thought it would be fine to talk about, he obviously feels different. I don't think he should dump her, but he should say something.

  cr3ativity  |  15

This makes the most sense so far.
Honestly, even though I have met girls who are to say the least, not very hygienic, all girls I have met do not readily talk about their body's gastrointestinal functions, unless when openly discussing intimacy with a partner.

Having said this, OP's "Girl [OP] was dating", just might be very open and want to build bonds.
But that will be a story for another comment.

  lexxiii  |  17

I agree. I'm not sure what this girl's personality is like, but I remember a year or so ago, I went on this date with a guy. During the date, I realised how odd he actually was and I wound up talking about gross stuff like OP's date because I didn't have the heart to tell him I didn't like him after he took me out to dinner and paid for my meal. (And I offered to pay but he refused.) I was hoping it would turn him off so much that I would not be receiving any calls from him again.

  Osito2011  |  9

I think it's cute when a girl you are "Dating" farts or talks about farts. It usually means they are very comfortable enough with you and themselves. She's a keeper

  walmartpaysme  |  15

Fun fact: Men and women average the same number of farts per day. Men brag about it all the time. Maybe OP's girlfriend grew up with a lot of brothers and she is more comfortable with talking about bodily functions because of it.

  cr3ativity  |  15

Or at least try a different topic/ tangent?

Step1: Farting discussion
Step 2: Compliment her.
Step 2b: ask to see the "weapon"
Step3: compliment her cute butt
Step4: "if you know what I mean" look
Step5: Legen-dairy.