Saying “Bless you” when you hear someone farting. Yes or No? Why?
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Yes, because unexpected and funny
Yes. Then they have to either say thank you or own up to the fart. Then you can reply that their voice changed, but their breath smells the same.
“Bless you” is for sneezing. “Damn you” is for farting.
I never thought of that, now I’m gonna do it
I prefer, “Speak Oh Toothless One!”
No. You can say “excuse you” if you are a prude, but laughing is the acceptable response.
No, Because originally it was meant for people who where dying from the black death in medieval times.
I think that saying “bless you” after someone farts can be kind of funny at times.
But I also think that it’s important to be respectful and not embarrass people who accidentally fart in public.
So, I think that it really depends on the situation and the person. If you know the person well and they would find it funny, then go for it! But if you’re not sure, then maybe just let it go
Haha, if you feel like being a jerk sure
Yes, but only because it’s funny.
No need. The Devil can’t sneak into someone’s body after a fart. Only after a sneeze. This is a known fact.
Well, I’m certainly going to start saying this now!!
When E.F. Hutton speaks, people listen.
No because then we would have to start doing it when we hear burps coughs queefs we would never hear the end of it
Yes. It’s just a butt sneeze
I prefer, “kiss your mother with that mouth?”
Only if it’s someone I know. I wouldn’t want to embarass a stranger. If it’s my boyfriend, I just stare him down until one of us breaks and starts laughing.
I like to bless all bodily functions
Never head if it before, but I like the cut if your jibb. I will definitely add it to the things I say regularly.
Semi related, I’m so conditioned to say “bless you” for sneezes I have to catch myself to say it for coughing
I prefer to cup my hand around the approximate spot of release. That way I can unclasp my digits before their face and follow up with a much more formal,
“Make a wish.”
Sure, why not? When I’m taking a piss and fart I say to whomever is in the bathroom, “excuse me, just clearing my throat. “ I usually get a few chuckles.
I do it when people burp too.