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According to "Miss Manners' Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior (Freshly Updated)"
by Judith Martin:
Unacceptable Noises. Miss Manners does not plan to mention them, chiefly because they are unmentionable, but you all know who you are. What they are. At any rate, there are noises that are acknowledged by neither the noisemaker nor the noise recipient, because socially they do not exist.I was raised in a household where I think we were taught very proper etiquette when it came to normal mannerisms. No one ever purposely passed gas and if someone did, it was unheard of to laugh about because it just seems "trashy."
I know, I know, I'm gonna catch a lot of flack (behind my back, of course) by people who were raised differently and feel highly insulted by this, but this is my blog, and I'm free to voice my opinion. When I think about people making f**t jokes I picture immature college guys that will never grow up or two toothed hillbillies that shower in the river.
We raise our kids this way too. Belching is also one of those things that people should not giggle about, but I think those are harder to make quiet. Society is going down the toilet as it is, let's add a little class to it whenever we can.