When a man gets comfortable in a relationship, Why do they feel the need to fart

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  1. lilmissbookworm profile image61
    lilmissbookwormposted 13 years ago

    When a man gets comfortable in a relationship, Why do they feel the need to fart...

    at every opportunity?

  2. kozmicbluej profile image60
    kozmicbluejposted 13 years ago

    No idea, I can happily say that I'm not one of them!! But other things do happen when you're comfortable I admit...! On the other hand though - It's like why girlfriends suddenly find the most baggy shapeless long jumpers to wear, that you'd never seen before!!

  3. phiphi profile image61
    phiphiposted 13 years ago

    I must say that you heard the quote wants never fulfilled lol.

  4. wychic profile image84
    wychicposted 13 years ago

    If it's someone that is naturally gassey, they get to a point where they no longer feel the need to hide it in order to impress someone. Like kozmicbluej said, it's the same reason that many females get to the point where they don't really care what they're wearing. At the beginning of a relationship, some people are obsessive about making the best possible impression on the other person. Females may never let their significant other see them without their makeup, hair fixed, etc. except first thing in the morning, and then they dash out of bed to brush their teeth and fix everything back up. Males may make sure that they're wearing clean clothes every single day, you never hear them burp or fart, and they may also be self-conscious about morning breath or about revealing certain body parts when they're not "ready for action", so to speak. Obviously these are stereotypical, but you get the idea. Over time, both people realize that their other half is just as human as they are, and stop obsessing over showing signs of being a normal human being...unfortunately, for some people this also means that basic manners tend to go by the wayside too.

  5. dabeaner profile image59
    dabeanerposted 13 years ago

    Same reason women do.

  6. tarkishat profile image74
    tarkishatposted 13 years ago

    Okay, so I have to admit that farting is disgusting, but it is also a natural bodily function, just like eye blinking. I really don't get why people feel that it should not be permittable when you are around another person. If you ask me that is being very inconsiderate and also just plan stupid. If you can't stand the smell leave the room. LOL! Maybe I feel this way because I grew up around a lot of guys. Pass Gas, if you don't you will spontaneously combust. Ha, Ha! Fart every 5 minutes, it is your right as a human being, freedom to pass gas as you wish should be an amendment.

  7. POULOMI DUTTA profile image61
    POULOMI DUTTAposted 13 years ago

    http://hubpages.com/hub/WHY-DO-HUSBANDS … BREAK-WIND

    i think this hub will explain why men fart so much. many men have been responding to this hub with much indignance

  8. mrpooper profile image35
    mrpooperposted 12 years ago

    lilmissbookworm asks the question, "When a man gets comfortable in a relationship, why do the feel the need to fart..." Here is the link to the question and answers.
    I know I'm qualified to answer this one. I'm a man and yes................I fart.... read more


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