I recently went on a car trip to the nearest city with a friend and our two sons. Friend's son is only two and had been sick, so he was on antibiotics. The medication has be having some....interesting effects on his digestion.
The first one happened at a set of traffic lights. There was a lull in conversation, then Prrrrrttt, from the back seat. Friend and I look at each other and have a bit of a giggle. A few seconds later the stench reached the front seat. Oh my, words cannot describe how bad it was. Friend and I frantically wind our windows down and hang out the windows like dogs. After a bit I spared a thought for my son, who was stuck in the back seat, right next to friend's son! I glanced back and the poor little fellow is leaning right up against the door, both hands clamped over his nose and mouth, eyes all but watering. When the smell dissipated a little, I convinced him to let go of his nose and friend and I spent a few minutes laughing hysterically. And then he does it again! Worse this time! Friend and I are travelling up the highway, heads out the window, coughing and gagging. This time, when I told my son that he could take his hands off his nose, he shook his head very firmly and said, "no, he's going to do it again!"
Of course he did do it again, but this time, while friend and I are trying not to throw up, we hear my son say "Oh, yum! This makes my nose smell soooo good!" Friend I and I both gag. I look around and my son is holding a bottle of chocolate milk up to his nose, sniffing loudly. When he saw me looking he said, very cheerfully, "This just stops the stink awesome, Mum!" And gave me thumbs up. That was it. Friend had to pull the car over and we spent at least five minutes in absolute, stomach hurting, eyes tearing up hysterics. For the rest of the day we only had to look at each other sideways and we'd be off again.