Dwight Howard Will Be Missed by Glen Davis, Who Calls Friend a "Great Farter"

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterOctober 2, 2012

EL SEGUNDO, CA - OCTOBER 01:  Dwight Howard #12 of the Los Angeles Lakers embellishes a pose on set for members of the media during Media Day at Toyota Sports Center on October 1, 2012 in El Segundo, California.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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Dwight Howard is taking his talents to Los Angeles, all of them. I am talking about every, single last talent that you could possibly imagine, and some that you wouldn't want to imagine. 

Life is a wonderful thing. It brings amazing people into our lives but also takes them away. It's then that we look back and remember the best of times fondly. 

It might be a song you shared or the facade to your favorite restaurant. For Glen "Big Baby" Davis, he will always hold those room-clearing scents left by his superstar center as the most precious things in the world. 


A tip of the hat to SB Nation for spotting these tweets from the Orlando Sentinel's Josh Robbins. Without which, we would not know the special talents that burn deep inside a man who is getting millions to play ball, but not to be refined. 

As Robbins later notes on Twitter, Davis was on with Mike Bianchi on 740 The Game where he gave these amazing thoughts. 

First this.

Glen Davis was asked what the #Magic will miss most about Dwight Howard. Davis' answer: Dwight's flatulence.

— Josh Robbins (@JoshuaBRobbins) October 2, 2012

The follow-up question really should have been, "um ew." Granted, not a question, but the only warranted comment following what Davis said. 

And then.

Glen Davis: "The thing we're going to miss most about Dwight is his farting ability."

— Josh Robbins (@JoshuaBRobbins) October 2, 2012

His ability to grab boards and play defense, I hope, came in a close second and third. 


Glen Davis re: Dwight Howard: "A great farter. He can fart. He can fart loud -- the loudest farts. Silent farts."

— Josh Robbins (@JoshuaBRobbins) October 2, 2012

Davis really could have gone with, "Howard, he is really just a Jack of all trades, a real versatile maestro."

Instead, Davis launches into something we can't un-know. I hope this guy doesn't plan on giving eulogies, because he really picks the best stuff for people to leave with. 

As for Howard, your legacy was already in the toilet in Orlando, so this is just the, um, icing on the cake. 

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