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December 28, 2012


Brussels sprouts could become flatulence free thanks to new technology being developed by scientists in Hertfordshire, south east England.

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker, who says, "I didn't even know Brussels sprouts had flatulence.")


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It certainly COULD be big; it could eliminate the glowing green cloud that hovers over the entire UK at Christmas and interferes with air traffic.

Big deal. Now...make the Sunday morning talk shows flatulence free and you've got something.

I've never had this problem with Brussels sprouts. It's probably because I don't eat them.

You see, that explains SOO much about Brussels sprouts. And Belgium in general.

But then THIS will be encouraged.

I like Brussels Sprouts and have not noticed that effect when I eat them.
However, our smaller dog, Stewie, who loves all things vegetable, got hold of one I dropped while cooking.
The results were...unfortunate, if one can't use the term "disasstrous" (misspelling intended).

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