As if this strip wasn’t gassy enough, here are a few flatulence facts:

An average person farts 14 times a day.

The Yanomami, one of the aboriginal people of Venezuela, fart as a greeting.

Joseph Pujol made a living off of farting, using the stage name of “Le Petomane” (which translates to “Fartomaniac”). Β He had an uncanny ability to fart at will and for hours on end. In 1883, at the age of 26, Pojel was on his way to fame. He became the talk of Paris, and the star attraction at the Moulin Rouge. He could play “O Sole Mio” through a tube, and imitate the sound of cannon fire and thunderstorms. Nurses had to be posted at his shows due to the number of people passing out from sheer laughter.

Herrings use farts to communicate with each other.

The most fart producing animals are termites. Next in line are camels, then zebras, sheep, cows, elephants, dogs, and humans.