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Studies claim cows can emit anywhere from 100 litres, or about 26-53 gallons, to 500 litres, about 132 gallons, of methane a day mainly through burping but also flatulence as they chew the cud.
Brits also savour dirty habits such as picking our noses, squeezing spots and burping out loud at home, the survey adds.
WESTWOOD - Robin Williams got slimed and Justin Timberlake beat Hugh Jackman in the burping contest - that's really all you need to know about Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards, since the awards themselves matter so little they didn't even hand all of them out.
Although burping is a normal function of the digestive system, it can be embarrassing at times.
Normal burping is caused by air we swallow while eating and usually ceases within an hour of finishing the meal.
Typically, after you drink a carbonated beverage, the gas is simply expelled from the body, either through burping or flatulence, and does not cause problems, except perhaps social embarrassment.
Burping is your body's way of releasing that excess air.
NOSEPICKING, burping and passing wind in public are rife among the population, according to a survey which questioned 6,000 people about their personal habits.
In the no man's land between the Muslim and Jewish Quarters of the Old City of Jerusalem, a burping contest between two boys begins.
A WACKY science exhibition which teaches children about burping and breaking wind opened to the public yesterday.
Larger than traditional cloths used for burping, it is also equipped with a Velcro fastener to hold it firmly in place.
IF YOU'VE ever wondered where the bulk of Australia's burping ruminants hang out, CSIRO Atmospheric Research has just the map for you.
Collymore, distraught at the demise of 'Ulrika' showed his true colours by burping not only the national anthem of Kazakhstan, but also God Save The Queen, Agadoo and The Birdie Song.
In Bali I was often stirred by unfamiliar sounds: the tiny squeak of a cicak lizard stalking prey on the bedroom walls, the lament of distant roosters, water rushing in irrigation pipes, insects whirring, frogs burping, pigeons (feet ornamented with tiny brass bells) shaking metallic rain down from the sky.
No, burping does not mean that you've eaten too much.