Monday, March 28, 2005

Farting is Funny, Genetically Speaking

Maxfield farted this morning, he farts all the time, but this morning he farted loud. I was surprised. He then started laughing. It made me think, is farting genetically linked to sense of humor. I know a lot of little kids that fart and think it is funny. Who taught Max it is funny to fart. I know Lauren didn’t. She never laughs when I fart. So is there a gene that makes it funny when farting occurs? Is it a recessive or dominant gene?

6 comments:

Me said...

Love the name of your blog, coming up with a name is the hardest. I'm a new mom - not that new she's 18 months, so I love reading toddler stories. I'll keep reading if you keep writing!

Anonymous said...

Farting is definately genetic humor. My kids think it is the funniest thing in the world. Great

Anonymous said...

Farting is definately genetic humor. My kids think it is the funniest thing in the world. Great

Anonymous said...

William is one of, if not the most clever people I've ever met. Put him together with Moon and they are unstoppable.

Cole said...

Max knows what's what. Farts are naturally funny, and his truth and innocence allow him to enjoy it. I think you should reward his farting with candy or something . . . and say something like "That's my boy." Then tussle his hair.

Anonymous said...

fartind is fun hahaha it makes my butt snore lol and sometimes shit comes with it my step sister thinks it smells good so i fart on her face