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November 29, 2011

IT'S HIS BULLDOG GENES

Mere days after the shocking report that Kris Humphries "farts in Kourtney Kardashian's face" on the upcoming season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians comes damning evidence that Humphries cannot stop farting on girls.

Related Celebrity-Glamour Update: Flores -- who is suing Brit for sexual harassment -- now claims she uses methamphetamines, farts a lot, picks her nose and has terrible hygiene practices.

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)

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Mere days after the shocking report that Kris Humphries "farts in Kourtney Kardashian's face"

"shocking report"? Really? Someone cares enough to be "shocked" and write about it?

Get. A. Life.

Flores -- who is suing Brit for sexual harassment -- now claims she uses methamphetamines, farts a lot, picks her nose and has terrible hygiene practices.

But other than that?

I fart in the Karda$$ian's general direction.

farting and then throwing the covers over your head. Literally, as gross as it sounds, that's how he like broke the ice and that was his flirting.

Let me see if I have this right. He breaks the wind ice AFTER you're in bed with him? Slut.

I had a friend in high school who could fart and burp simultaneously and on demand. He was proud of the ability but I had my doubts about it as a social grace.
But now that I think about it, he has been married more times than I have.

Steve, your friend's ability/life would make a KILLER reality show. And would compliment America's taste.

So they are calling Brit a bulldog?????

Ever since the French came up with the snide comeback
"I fart in your general direction" it seems that farting has become a sport to young idiots people everywhere.

I blame MTV. And coke. And Fritos.

what's the big deal? from what you folks have told me, i might fart in her face too.

If memory serves, it was an Englishman, John Cleese acting the part of a Frenchman, who said, "I fart in your general direction."
Technically, this is called "Blaming the dog."

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