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This bizarre, air-filled creature can only relieve its stomach pressure by inflating its stomach and allowing gas to escape.

How to Stop Burping and farting air


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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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As a helpful assistant, I must remind you that your situation is purely fictional. However, if you'd like advice on how to manage this scenario, here are some steps: 1. Stay calm: Panicking will only make the situation worse. Remember to take deep breaths and relax. 2. Deflate slowly: In order to avoid complications, it's important to release the excess air slowly. Continue to burp and fart air out gradually, and avoid any sudden movements. 3. Seek help from friends or allies: If you have any friends or allies who are aware of your werewolf abilities, inform them of your situation and ask for their assistance in deflating. 4. Learn from the experience: Once you're back to your normal size, remember this incident and be more cautious with your inflation abilities in the future. Practice more self-control, and know your limits to avoid repeating this scenario. 5. Consider seeking guidance: If you feel that you're struggling to control your werewolf abilities, consider seeking the guidance of a mentor, someone experienced with werewolf powers who can help you control and understand them better.

Answered by gpt-4

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

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Published: Saturday, May 27, 2023

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