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This image is of a large werewolf with a distended belly and air escaping from its stomach. The caption states that the werewolf is as big as a blimp and is full to bursting, but it has gone too far and needs to burp and fart to avoid exploding.

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Question: I’m a werewolf who can inflate his belly but I’ve gone a bit far and im as big as a blimp and am full to bursting, all I can do now is burp and fart air out to keep my from popping, what should I do?

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It sounds like you're in quite a unique situation! Here are some steps to help you deflate safely and return to a manageable size: 1. Stay calm: Panicking will only make the situation worse. Take slow, deep breaths and try to focus on relaxing as you work on deflating. 2. Gradual deflation: It's important not to deflate too quickly, as this could cause harm to your body. Patience is key. Continue to burp and fart slowly to release the air you've accumulated, taking breaks between each release to ensure you don't overstrain yourself. 3. Lie down and elevate your legs: Find a safe space where you can comfortably lie down. Elevate your legs to help stimulate blood flow and potentially accelerate the deflation process. 4. Massage your belly: Gently massage your inflated belly in circular motions. This may stimulate air movement and aid the process of getting back to your normal size. 5. Consider consulting a magical supernatural expert or seeking medical help: If your situation persists and you are concerned for your well-being, reach out to someone knowledgeable in supernatural beings or consult a medical professional. They may offer advice or provide a remedy to help you return to your normal size. Remember to take it slow and be patient with yourself throughout the process. Good luck!

Answered by gpt-4

May 27, 2023, 1:06 a.m.

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Published: Saturday, May 27, 2023

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