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January 25, 2021


Man who farted in Uber ends up in court

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)


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Depending on the odor, can't blame the driver.


In his defense, he thought Uber driver's weren't allowed to have a sense of smell, and apparently, no lawyers found the facts to be appealing enough to be worthy of judicial review.

None of my comments have posted today. All the more reason to not post this.

If this posts I would just say, this is why we should still have firing squad executions.

I guess Uber needs to hire only drivers who have lost their sense of smell from the Covid they picked up from their passengers.

This is why power windows were invented.

Haven't we all, at one time or another, farted in an Uber?

The passenger's fart was so bad, it made the driver move back to Bulgaria? (after suffering abuse from other passengers) That is one powerful stink.

This entire episode simply stinks.

He “reigned” blows on the driver?

Many people just don't appreciate the good side of farts:

A fart can be a pleasant thing
it gives the belly ease
It warms the bed in winter
and suffocates the fleas

A fart can be short
or a fart can be long
some farts can even sound
like a beautiful song

A dozen long-stemmed red roses to Le Petomane!

So the story goes: A woman whose husband is a cross country trucker and spends long periods away from home is having a glass of wine with a friend in his absence. Suddenly the door bell chimes and she returns with a dozen of the most beautiful long stemmed red roses. "How beautiful!" exclaims the friend. "Ya, but it means my husband will be home tomorrow and I'll be spending the next few days with my feet up over my head", to which her drinking buddy replies: "Wouldn't it be easier to just put them in a vase?"

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