Bloat

Bloat: (v) to make or become swollen with fluid or gas.

I can actually think of several foods that bloat me. Or maybe they turn me into an “old bloat.”Dictionary B

Pretzels sometimes sit up on my chest.

But certainly cabbage. One cup of cabbage is equal to two gallons of bloat.

I don’t know if that’s an actual measuring scale, but it’s as close as I can get to describing the pain, which, by the way, arrives in three stages:

1. “That was good!”

2. “Why do I feel so full?”

3. “Here it comes–get the room spray!”

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