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  1. Saba Naaz

    Saba Naaz New Member

    The “Door-knob, Safety” game is played as follows: Should a person produce any sort of flatulence, that person must claim the offending sound and or odor by shouting out “safety!” Should a person nearby the offender hear or smell the broken wind and yell out “Door-knob!” before the windbreaker says “safety” the person yelling “door-knob” is allowed to hit the farter as hard and as many times as they want. The beating must cease as soon as the other person touches a door knob. In the case of a tie, the claim of “door-knob” will be honored and hitting can commence. This is because the person who has the right to claim “safety”, should have known in advance that they were about to cut the cheese. Your digestive tract is said to be your second brain. It’s where many or your brain chemicals such as serotonin are made and is home to over half of your immune system in the form of healthy bacteria and gut associated lymphatic tissue. You don’t want to mess around and your gut, though many people do, often every time they put something in their mouth. Digestive problems are a common complaint for most people. Whether it’s heartburn, bloating, gas, indigestion, constipation, or even more serious symptoms associated and diseases such as Crohn’s, ulcerative colitis, or diverticulitis, often food plays a major role. Unhealthy bacteria, yeast, other types of fungus, parasites, and inflammation can result in an unhealthy immune system, and a poorly functioning body, including your brain. So yes you are what you eat, and your physical and mental performance relies heavily on what you consume.
     

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