I am looking from an english phrase, I heard it several times already, but probably did'nt catch it. I understood it like a way to make fun of someone who is proud of a ridiculous achievement (e.g. a small kid). It would be like "there is no weed/wind you can't blow". I can't find it anywhere.
It sounds like the proverb it's an ill wind that blows nobody any good, also cited as it's an ill wind that blows no good. It means
An action or occurrence must be very bad (ill) indeed if it brings nothing good to anyone.
The implication is that, when something is bad, someone else will usually benefit. However, it must be very bad, when nobody at all benefits.
But I am not sure it fits the circumstances cited.
Perhaps "He is such a blowhard, there is no wind he can't blow."
More wind references from Cassels Dictionary of Slang: Windbag - mid 19th Century: a braggart. Windy Wallets - late 19th Century: loquacious, talkative, self aggrandizing person. Blow Bag (1920s): loud-mouthed braggart. Windgat - (slang from the 1980s): a braggart.