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An experience with Diarrhea
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A description of an event that occurred some time ago.  I've written about this before.

Kind regards,

Bally:)

A sneaky fart,
a suspicious leak.
Lifted the covers to take a peek.
Too late to shut the gate!
Out it came at a thundering rate.
Over the bed and across the doona.
I couldn't get out of bed any sooner.
Landed, on bent knees,
cursing the curry pie and peas.
Rumbling, rattling crap squirting from my bod.
Missus leaps up yelling, "OH MY GOD!"
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(06-29-2020, 09:12 PM)Bally002 Wrote: A description of an event that occurred some time ago.  I've written about this before.

Kind regards,

Bally:)

A sneaky fart,
a suspicious leak.
Lifted the covers to take a peek.
Too late to shut the gate!
Out it came at a thundering rate.
Over the bed and across the doona.
I couldn't get out of bed any sooner.
Landed, on bent knees,
cursing the curry pie and peas.
Rumbling, rattling crap squirting from my bod.
Missus leaps up yelling, "OH MY GOD!"

tinywhat smallrofl
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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#3
Poor wifey!   [Image: 5d52f5db15b55a172cc471e28d117e1e--ladybi...-books.jpg]
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#4
I remember when you posted this before.

What I found hilarious was that you wrote a contest entry and then said you were going to "have a second go" at it.

Then posted this one.  

A second go you did!!!

tinylaughing
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#5
I think you stole this from Shelley, Longfellow, or Keats!


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(06-29-2020, 09:16 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: Poor wifey!   [Image: 5d52f5db15b55a172cc471e28d117e1e--ladybi...-books.jpg]

That's it!  What a pic.  To add to the confusion that darken night the dogs were more than interested in the commotion and took an unsavoury approach to the smelly discharge.

Great pic.  Brings back memories.

Kind regards,

Bally:)
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(06-29-2020, 09:19 PM)Lumenari Wrote: I remember when you posted this before.

What I found hilarious was that you wrote a contest entry and then said you were going to "have a second go" at it.

Then posted this one.  

A second go you did!!!

tinylaughing

Yes, it was a fun write.  Got a load of my,,,err, chest so to speak.  I don't sleep easy when my guts rumble and the dog's ears prick up when I pass wind.  Never, ever will I forget it and I'm very careful with my selection of pies that I add mushy peas and curry to.  Top shelf pies only now and fresh garden picked peas.

Kind regards,

Bally:)
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(06-29-2020, 09:39 PM)beez Wrote: I think you stole this from Shelley, Longfellow, or Keats!


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Thanks for the complement, but I've been inspired by Aussie bards,

Kinda like,

"There was movement in my bowels,
and the smell had got around.
The dogs downstairs gathered up to investigate those arching awful sounds. "

Kind regards,

Bally:)
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#9
My husband,,,,just like a little kid,,,,
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#10
Very "moving" poem. tinyhuh
"The most useful piece of learning for the uses of life is to unlearn what is untrue"
Antisthenes-
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(06-30-2020, 01:43 AM)guohua Wrote: My husband,,,,just like a little kid,,,,
[Image: tenor.gif] Me after I filled my Diaper [Image: tenor.gif?itemid=5161912]
Noice!  Leastways the babes still have heads.  Mine was sucked dry and caved in by mid morning.  

Kind regards,

Bally:)
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#12
(06-30-2020, 02:42 AM)Antisthenes Wrote: Very "moving" poem. tinyhuh

Thank you Antisthenes.  It came from the bottom of my fart,,,errr,,,heart :)

Kind regards,

Bally
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