Johnny Fartpants

Introduction

Johnny Fartpants was one of the first characters created in Viz Comic, an adult-oriented Beano-style comic which had its heyday in the UK in the 80's. Johnny was a boy who in true Beano-style had extreme and excessive flatulence which was used to comic device in many embarrassing situations. The noise and the smell of his flatulence could create destruction around him and often saved him.

The byline of this comic strip was Johnny Fartpants - There's always a commotion in his underpants. One of his most famous phrases was of course the ever popular "Pull My Finger".

The comic strip allowed the writers of Viz to offer a multitude of synonyms for flatulence and indeed adding a number of new phrases to most schoolboys vocabulary.

Johnny also had a couple of foreign penfriends including his French pen-friend Pierre Pumpytrousers and his German friend Hans Honkyhosen.

There is now also a great range of Australian Boardshorts that are available called Johnny Fartpants available online from www.johnnyfartpants.com.au

Johnny Fartpants Phraseology

  • Trouser Trumpet
  • A Strict Pump Diet - a diet of cabbage water to reduce the amount of flatulence
  • Bottom Burps
  • A Quacking Bott
  • Windy Pops
  • Stepping on a Duck
  • Bringing out the Fartillary
  • Brownhouse Gases
  • Lord Foulbowel - A person whose lower chamber is a rich source of brownhouse gases
  • Hawaiian Waft - To disperse the aroma after stepping on a duck, using an exotic hula-hula motion.

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waynet 6 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

Hahaha memories of farting at school and saying some of those phrases and I still do actually, Johnny Fartpants was the best in the Viz comic.


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subbuteoz 6 years ago from NSW, Australia Author

Yes it defintely brought out some of their best phrases

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