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Seayaker 1st explicit mention of farts in folk ? (44) RE: 1st explicit mention of farts in folk ? 15 Aug 10


Does Chaucer count?

In the Millers Tale

This Nicholas anon let flee a fart,
As greet as it had been a thonder-dent,
That with the strook he was almost y-blent;


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