Originally posted on Next Impulse Sports  |  Last updated 3/22/13
Dwight Howard has been known to be a pretty great farter. And according to his former Orlando Magic teammate, Glen “Big Baby” Davis, Dwight can apparently control the volume of his farts. So of course this topic of interest was covered in the latest interview with the Laker center on 790 the ticket. The following is a transcription of the radio interview provided by Sports Radio: Is it true that you are gassy? “(Laughing) Stan (Van Gundy) used to get mad because I would have so much gas. It was like I didn’t have gas at home but I always had it when we had practice and especially when he talked. I used to always let it out.” Based on personal experiences, farting in practice or during any physical activity is never fun, because if you can’t get it out, let’s just say it is not the most comfortable situation for anyone. But like most things in life, you will learn as time passes. Eggs and protein shakes might sound like an ideal healthy breakfast for any athletic individuals looking to get their protein fix, but those things will build a larger than expected volume of gas in your body and won’t come out smelling too pleasant. So, Dwight, if you do want your problem fixed, just stick with fruits and toast, or you just leave it the way it is, which is totally not a problem. Farts to a certain degree is always fun. And assuming there are actually women reading this blog, the answer is yes, men ARE indeed that gross. Not sorry. Follow me on twitter @Leslie_Kam. I am also on The Basketball Machine for more NBA laughs. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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