4th Grade Anatomy Unit? Yep, Flunked It

At risk of causing information overload …

Chez QC dinner table. Dinner is ending. Only QC and Mrs. QC remain at the table.
QC (grimacing): I been having a lot of gas pains lately.
Mrs. QC: Where?
QC: In my gas chamber.

Cue snare drum and cymbal.

Have I mentioned my other unique internal body part — my safe deposit box? Which, by the way, I am fond of stuffing. Well now you know.

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  1. Jamaal Delaplane on

    Anything that causes intestinal gas or is associated with constipation or diarrhea can lead to gas pains. These pains generally occur when gas builds up in your intestines, and you’re not able to expel it. On average, most people pass gas at least 10 times a day.*

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