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By  sg777

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I don't get why they get thumbed down, O mean it sure is an eye opener. Speaking from experience, getting in shape is one of the best ideas of my young life, it really made me more positive and more outgoing.

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this happens to me sometimes and im only a UK size 12 so it might not mean OP needs to lose weight. sometimes air gets trapped when you lean back and as you shift position the water bubbles into the gap making a fart noise. its the same with a jug or bowl, if you push it face down into the water and then tilt it an air bubble comes up. i used to have such entertaining baths :)

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Settle down. If they were in a tub together, I'm sure it wasn't by accident. #53 was probably just trying to cheer OP up and compliment her relationship with her husband.

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I'm sure farting in the bath tub cannot be as significant as OP's back fat having the capability of doing one itself. That being said, everyone farts, but not everyone has to be overweight or even obese

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She doesn't have to be obese for this to happen. All you have to be is not a skeleton and position yourself wrong. I've had this happen to me a couple times and I'm 5'3" and 135lbs with some of that explained by my D cups.

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Thank You RedPillSucks. FalconCrunch, you have to take into account the way a person's body frame is structured and how the weight is distributed. I have a largish chest and a pretty big ass, everything in between is getting a little skeleton like. I'll admit though it would be possible for someone to be my height and weight and be interpreted as overweight if it was all pretty much resting in their stomach but if that was the case there might be a health concern there anyway. Plus it's just one interpretation.

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#49, yet somehow, I'm still looking at a gerbil or hamster. How can we judge the validity of your arguments without photographic proof? Let's have a pic . . . for science!

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#75, muscle weighs exactly the same as fat. A pound is a pound (or a newton is a newton). Muscle is denser than fat, so a given mass of muscle occupies less volume than the same mass of fat. Nevertheless, if it's causing fart sounds on a bathtub, it ain't muscle!

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Wasn't really bragging so much as simply stating fact. The reason a Gerbil is my profile pic is because this is the kind of sight where anonymity is best and also because he was such a cute critter.

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#88, we don't have to see your face. You're telling us about your unusual body type and I think we need to see it to believe it. As I said before, for science, of course!

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#24, well, that's too bad. The new song "Feel this Moment" by Christina Aguilera and Pitbull uses that song clearly, so I guess the youngsters don't understand what is going into their music.

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#84, #98, I had to distribute the pain. When I heard about the a-ha moment, I attempted the song. When I tried that line I left off in #18, I may have ruptured something -- and the neighborhood patrol cited me.

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Well, that's not a bad survival trait to have, at least. Maybe soon you'll be able to trap water bubbles in your back-fat for emergency storage, like a camel.

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"What you gon' do with all that junk? All that junk inside your trunk? I'ma get, get, get, get you drunk Get you love drunk off my hump." See? Women love camels.

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