Who Farted To Make The Stage ‘Smelly’ During A Recent Grand Slam Of Darts Match?


by Tommy Gimler

We’ve got ourselves a good old-fashioned FartGate, people.

Odds are you missed “The Flying Scotsman” Gary Anderson kicking his Dutch challenger Wesley “Sparky” Harms’s ass in a Grand Slam of Darts match on Friday because you were busy doing anything else, but that means you missed one of the craziest postgame interviews in the history of sports.

You see, kids, it wasn’t the 10-2 ass pounding that Anderson laid down on Harms that was the main topic of discussion afterward. Just what was? You guessed it – trying to figure out who the fuck farted on stage to make it a “smelly” go of it.

Seriously, here’s the former PDC World Champion Anderson having to deny that he was the one who dropped ass:

I’ll be honest. Anderson had me chuckling at “I thought he had shit,” but he then had me laughing out loud while I was personally pinching a loaf when he dropped what will perhaps go down as the greatest sound bite in sports history:

You can put your finger up my ass. There’ll be no snow there.

Anderson also mentioned that he’s already said in a documentary that he usually shits his drawers when he farts, meaning that somewhere out there is a documentary that we have to get our hands on. In the meantime, we can only hope Cedi Osman tears ass while LeBron is at the charity stripe during Wednesday’s Lakers-Cavs game so the King has to answer questions about it afterward…

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You have got to see this shit:

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