Contrari Venti means ‘thwarted winds’ in latin

Contrari Venti means ‘thwarted winds’ in latin and Dante uses the phrase in The Inferno.
When you think about thwarted winds and the context the latin is being used in, he is actually referring to farts.
Funny stuff.
What about an asshole character by the name of ‘Connie’?

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