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Fart is most commonly used in reference to flatulence. The immediate roots are in the Middle English words ferten; which is akin to the Old High German word “ferzan” meaning ‘to break wind’. Fart is sometimes used as a nonspecific derogatory epithet, often to refer to ‘an irritating or foolish person’, and potentially an elderly person, described as an ‘old fart’.

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  • petelangman
    petelangmanover 6 years ago

    funny.. lol… interesting info too

  • TsipiLevin
    TsipiLevinover 6 years ago

    lol…fascinating!

  • toycake
    toycakeover 6 years ago

    lol…

  • Alex Earley
    Alex Earleyover 6 years ago

    Fart is most commonly used in reference to leftover meat loaf and burritos covered in nacho cheese. Fart is sometimes used as a nonspecific derogatory epithet, often to tell people you don’t care what they are talking about. ‘I was at the mall the other day— did someone just fart?’ ‘Sorry that was me , were u talking about a ball or something?’

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