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or simply 1601 is the title of a short risqué squib by Mark Twain, first published anonymously in 1880, and finally acknowledged by the author in 1906.1601 was, according to Edward Wagenknecht, "the most famous piece of pornography in American literature." However, it was more ribaldry than pornography; its content was more in the nature of irreverent and vulgar comedic shock than obscenity for sexual arousal.Prior to the court decisions in the United States in 1959-1966 that legalized the publication of Lady Chatterley's Lover, Tropic of Cancer, and Fanny Hill, the piece continued to be considered unprintable, and was circulated clandestinely in privately printed limited editions."Good your grace, an' I had room for such a thundergust within mine ancient bowels, 'tis not in reason I coulde discharge ye same and live to thank God for yt He did choose handmaid so humble whereby to shew his power.Nay, 'tis not I yt have broughte forth this rich o'ermastering fog, this fragrant gloom, so pray you seeke ye further." Ben Jonson, Francis Bacon and William Shakespeare (referred to as 'Shaxpur') also deny having farted, though they have different opinions about the merits of the fart.

Most of the deaf people who chimed in agreed that that they can't possibly know if others can hear them breaking wind — but some found out the hard way.'I have severe hearing loss,' explained one person.

'I finally got hearing aids and realized that many of those "silent but deadlies" were just deadly.'What's more, he said, his family never clued him in, assuming he knew and simply didn't care.'I honestly didn't know it made a sound until I was about 9,' wrote someone else.

The squib was originally written in 1876 for "a highly respectable, all-male writing group" as an exercise in the style of Rabelais. While visiting West Point in 1881, Twain discovered that a man he met there, Charles Erskine Scott Wood, had access to a private printing press.

Twain asked Wood to print off a new edition of fifty copies (now known as the "West Point edition") which came out in 1882. The skit remained unprintable by mainstream publishers until the 1960s.

Yet another wrote: 'A friend of mine works with deaf people and says they fart all the time whenever wherever because they have no idea it makes a sound.'One person remembered the time he took his hard-of-hearing grandmother to church and the older woman showed up with her own pew.'The deacon was in the middle of his sermon and my grandma lets loose,' he wrote, recalling how her personal stink bomb 'reverberating off the wooden pew, stone floors and walls, all the way up to heaven itself probably'.'The sermon stopped momentarily, the deacon's mouth hanging open as everyone turned to look,' he said.'But the deacon recovered quickly and things carried on.

Later, in the car, my sister said "Grandma, what the hell was that?!

'One particular year I was hanging out with my dad’s girlfriend at the time and some of her deaf friends.