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pigboat
28th Jan 2014, 20:48
Opera singer farts while singing, files lawsuit. (http://www.newser.com/story/181369/opera-singer-farts-when-singing-files-lawsuit.html)

Lon More
28th Jan 2014, 20:59
the prognosis of a fully successful repair is pretty low

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Lonewolf_50
28th Jan 2014, 21:19
If you are an opera class mezzo soprano (as is my daughter) and you are hitting that High C, nobody is going to hear that fart over the sonic blast of the high C.

The fart is in a lower register and at a lower pitch, and propagated at a significantly lesser sound pressure level. :ok:

11Fan
28th Jan 2014, 21:38
Blame it on the French Horn.

B Fraser
28th Jan 2014, 21:59
The tenor's name was Carter
By Christ he was a farter !
he could fart anything
from God Save the King
to Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata




boom boom

B Fraser
28th Jan 2014, 22:04
Monsieur Joseph Pujol made an entire career out of musical farting. The lady doth protest too much methinks. I hope the midwife insists on a share (or even a cut) of her royalties.




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FullOppositeRudder
28th Jan 2014, 23:01
I don't see a problem so long as the fart note is in the same key as the score.

pigboat
29th Jan 2014, 00:28
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llondel
29th Jan 2014, 03:37
Of course, the original link has a link to the other farting story of the week, the one about the flatulent cows that caused their shed to explode (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-25922514) after they filled it with enough methane gas.

Airey Belvoir
29th Jan 2014, 04:33
According to the report there is also a problem with incontinence and word has it that she was sacked from the opera not because of wind but because she was just pissing about.

SawMan
29th Jan 2014, 05:28
Which begs the old astronomical question-

"Are there gaseous clouds around Uranus?"

B Fraser
29th Jan 2014, 06:34
Scientists have analysed the gas, it's carbon dibaxide.

Basil, yes, I agree. Try to catch the excellent film with Leonard Rossiter on the life of Le Petomane. He was quite a "fartiste" who did impressions. Among his repetoire was the opening cannon salvo in the battle for Austerlitz.

Alas, I can only do "a man treading on a toad". :(

Lon More
29th Jan 2014, 06:45
we seem to have the sound prob;em so;ved. Now what about the smell?

MagnusP
29th Jan 2014, 10:21
It seems she was taking the lead in Mozart's Magic Toot.

B Fraser
29th Jan 2014, 10:58
Or Wagner's Ring


:E

ShyTorque
29th Jan 2014, 11:45
Of course, the original link has a link to the other farting story of the week, the one about the flatulent cows that caused their shed to explode after they filled it with enough methane gas.

Surely, that just shows the problem of too much bull$&1t...

rans6andrew
29th Jan 2014, 12:14
it was just a bum note!

acbus1
29th Jan 2014, 12:38
Solution 1 (which might also help with the high notes):

http://www.therevcounter.co.uk/attachments/general-mayhem/26437d1368556774-pretentiousness-butt-plug-large-pink.jpg


Solution 2:

Stick to songs for tuba accompaniment.

Ripline
29th Jan 2014, 20:19
Tangentially ('s a smart way of saying "threaddrift")......

DOGHOUSE | Burp (http://thedoghousediaries.com/4819)

so true.

Ripline