Photo courtesy of Greg Kaighin.
Melts butter and slips all over the place.
From the little physics I know I would have thought that he would have run faster NOT cutting wind. He mustn’t have tried the experience.
Good he only cuts wind, not breaks wind.
Cuts wind… well, better than breaking wind.
Good he only cuts wind, not breaks wind. Otherwise, the girls will not try to experience it.
This fog is so thick you could cut it with a…. shirt?
So they told Edward Scissorhands… before he tripped.
Lady… dont stand behind him, OK?
Anybody got a match?
Break wind and run fast, let others experience it!
Run faster, go farter.
Ahhh the odor of his honesty is refreshing!
I suppose he’s not the only one who likes his own brand.
Inventer of the Ventrilo-Fart.
Hey, why is that guy running…………..oh, good Lord! Did something die in here?
I wouldn’t dream of trying to experience it.
Cuts Cheese and really fast runs!
So that’s where the expression ‘cut and run’ comes from.
Eats burrito and enter room.
Damn it, I just can’t seem to cut this wind!
It has separated to the wind and the run. Do not mistake.
Runners take note; this is your final warning. Do not follow this shirt too closely, lest you experience this competitor’s wind cutting.
Jumping Jack Flash…it’s a gas, gas, gas.
The cut of the wind helps him concentrate: it clears the mind by clearing the room.
“It’s an ill wind that cuts fast and runs . . . ”
Wm. Shakespeare Twelfth Fart, Act III, Scene 2
Brainiac Japan: We do these experiments…So that you don’t have to.
DO NOT try to experience it at home!
That warning about the wind came a bit too late, and now I must fast run…
…Does anybody know where the lavatory is? 😮
All of the wind at this experience has been personally passed by the management. 🙂
Its true – Speed kills.
Whatever you do, don’t pull his finger
Awesome! It could be used as a flame thrower. OH! Or maybe he could work for the army. We could re-create the “atomic bomb”.
In America we call it “cropdusting.”
I generally try to fast run if I cut wind, too.