Women's Farts Smell Worse, and Five More Facts You Need to Know About Flatulence | RealClearScience
Flatulence is a fact of life. Americans collectively break wind to the smelly tune of up to 6. That's a lot of hot air. For such a ubiquitous activity, it's amazing how taboo it is. Face palms and pinched noses mark the passing of gas in most social settings.
The world's funniest fart sound has been revealed by scientists in a special study published today. Beano specially commissioned a ground-breaking scientific study - the Flatulence Report — which finally unveils the mathematical formula to the wind most likely to have listeners laughing. With the help of Beano boffins, sound specialists Bose Professional and scientist Dr Helen Pilcher, the team studied recordings of different farting noises.
Fart women must, and fart they do. Women have a long history of farting, but they have an equally long history of holding those farts in or depositing them into a hole in a tree. The point is that not only do we have to lug around all these farts, it is not easy to do so. Holding in farts is serious work; women spend a lifetime perfecting this dark art.