A gut bomb is food that causes a disturbance in the midsection. At the very least a gut bomb causes a stomachache, but also may include diarrhea or heartburn. Popular gut bombs are primarily creamy foods like a rich dessert or greasy foods like chicken wings, hamburgers, french fries, Pizza Hut pizza and buffet style Chinese food.

Usage: “That medium-rare chili-burger with extra cheeseand bacon and cheese fries was a real gut bomb!”

Be kind to your stomach. Gut bombs may be avoided by not eating too much of the offending food, drinking extra water or staying away entirely from the foods that make your belly gurgle in digestive pain.

For the liquid equivalent of a gut bomb, see bladder missile.

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