Mr. McFarty Pants

“Mom, when I grow-up, I’m gonna invent a Fart Detector to bust all the people who lie about farting. Then, I’m gonna write a book called The Fart Finder. It’s about this guy named Mr. McFarty Pants who travels the world in search of rare farts and then captures them in coffee cans. I bet someone would give me like a million bucks for that and then I can buy myself a Lamborghini.”

Oh, thank God! That’s one less kid I need to send to college. Happy Friday!






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30 Responses to Mr. McFarty Pants

  1. I think he has a best seller! Kids everywhere would read it, as would many adults I know.


  2. memaw says:

    This idea is definitely a money maker. He writes the book. It’s then optioned out to the different movie studios. Followed by a series on HBO and think of the line of toys that Toys R Us could carry. It boggles the mind. I’m already seeing the Lamborghini parked outside your house.


  3. Captain Underpants might want a piece of that action


  4. You know, I don’t think this is what the President meant when he said our future is in natural gas….. 😉


  5. Put a couple of wizards in it, and I think he’s right.


  6. Tony McGurk says:

    Hmmm… wonder what makes certain farts rare & others just common old stinkers??? Guess I’ll have to by the Mr McFarty Pants book & find out. Can you please let me know when it hits the Book Store shelves???


  7. Now I promise I am not making this up. My older brothers and a friend collected farts in a Pringles can once when they were young. No one gave them a million bucks…


  8. Hahaha… I guess I’ll know who just ‘breezed’ by me if I spot a Lambo with ‘MCFARTY’ vanity plates.


    • Look for a very short driver with a gap between his front teeth and a single deep dimple on his left cheek. Another dead giveaway that it’s him…really bad driving because his only experience will be the hours he’s spent on Mario Kart for the Wii.


  9. Binky says:

    It probably would sell these days.


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