When you fart, your body is doing more than releasing excess gas. It’s also speaking a language all its own, a language too often mistaken for rude noises. It was recently discovered that farting noises actually contain hidden messages that reveal what the body is really thinking. Why your body sees it necessary to hide these messages in flatulent noises is a matter of debate in the scientific community but the discovery of hidden messages in farts has gained widespread acceptance.
London-based Fartle Systems Limited embarked on a ambitious research project to translate farting noises to English and has now reached a point where it is asking the public for help in testing its theory. Below is a Java applet that uses your microphone for input. Simply stand with your posterior at least 3 inches away from the microphone and fart as you normally do. You will see the translated text immediately.