Tag: lifechanging inventions

How to pass wind in public

Friends, countrymen, lend these your rears… this is a life changer. Stick them in your pants and pass gas to your heart’s content (though perhaps try to keep the volume down, unless you want to admit to wearing fart suppressing underwear liners). I’d also avoid passing wind in public places in time with the beat of the music you’re listening to, especially if you’ve forgotten that you’re wearing headphones and others can hear your rhythmic bellows from below.

Friends, five of these bad boys, called Subtle Butt, will set you back $12, a small price to pay for being able to pass wind comfortably on long flights and in elevators.

Here’s the low down.

“Each 3.25″ square filter is made of soft fabric with an antimicrobial treatment on the side touching the skin. The fabric is impregnated with activated carbon, which faces the underwear or the pants and has a vast surface area for bad odors to adhere to and get neutralized. Two adhesive strips are strategically placed so you know which side is which. And at around 1/32” thick, you will never know it’s there. Now with improved adhesive! “