To fart, or not to fart, that is the question.
Passing gas is something that many people try to frantically avoid doing in front of their partners, but it's a relationship milestone for some.
How free are you to fart in front of your loved ones? This is the question presenter Eusebius McKaiser posed to listeners.
Here's what some had to say about flatulence and general comfort around bae:
I do fart a lot and my wife farts a lot too. I like it when she farts, I even ask her to fart for me just to turn me on.— Sibusiso, caller
I thought I was the only one. When my partner farts, it turns me on too.— KB, caller
I do fart in front of my husband and he releases those silent killers. Mine are very noisy. He doesn't like it when you comment about it.— Lebo, caller
My partner does that looonng fart in the morning. I just laugh. But when I fart in my sleep he hates it and wakes me up. We won't do it in public or when we're with friends.— Judy, caller
Have you ever smelt a good fart, especially if it's not yours? I personally leave the room.— Grant, caller
Farting freedom makes the relationship much more open.— Enoch, caller
Listen to callers talk about their farting, burping and nose-blowing 'policies':
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Are you free to fart or burp around your loved ones? Callers share their stories