Name the play, first produced in 423 BC, in which Strepsiades says to Socrates, "I get colic, then the stew sets to rumbling like thunder and finally bursts forth with a terrific noise. At first, it's but a little gurgling pappax, pappax! then it increases, papapappax! and when I take my crap, why, it's thunder indeed, papapappax! pappax!! papapappax!!!"
The Clouds (by Aristophanes)