Fill this Whoopee Cushion with air for the sound of someone cutting loose from the caboose. The sound of farting brings on the sound of laughter.
A whoopee cushion, also known as a poo-poo cushion and Razzberry Cushion, is a practical joke device that produces a noise resembling a raspberry or human flatulence. Although it is likely that flatulence humor has long been considered funny in cultures that consider the public passing of gas impolite, such jokes are rarely recorded. An important early text is the 5th century BC play The Knights by Aristophanes which has numerous fart jokes. Another example from classical times appeared in Apocolocyntosis or The Pumpkinification of Claud