The scent listener

Some peo­ple are quite atten­tive what goes on in their envi­ron­ment. This is a fine behav­iour when­ev­er you’re in need of some­one to rec­og­nize you’re feel­ing bad or you’re want to utter some­thing impor­tant. But get­ting too used to that kind of behav­iour can make a freak out of you. Some­times you should spe­cial things bet­ter let go. There’s no win in observ­ing them over a longer peri­od of time. And it’s not worth telling:
Chrisoph Salzig
[engl. Thin walls with­in this hotel: Some­one just fart­ed next door. Haven’t heard it, but I can smell it. #semi­per­me­able]
But pr_ip is not the only one to reg­is­ter farts near­by. And it’s not only humans that farts are worth talk­ing about. There’s an Office Chair inform­ing twit­ter about the out­come of its seaters:
The Office Chair