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Synonyms for fart

expel intestinal gases through the anus

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A WOMAN caused a stink over rally driver Norman Walker's large pink FART.
Terry Murbach CHAPTER PRESIDENT, IOIOF (International Order of Intolerant Old Farts .
I like the game where you fire balls up the nostrils, and I like the fart machine.
Coventry would have downgraded itself to a second-rate version of Old Coventrians, a drinking club with the old farts lording it at the bar.
We've all had a brain fart or blip at some point, whether it's forgetting where you just put your keys, or wondering why you decided to walk into a room.
All money raised from the Old Farts Cardiff to Tenby Cycle will be divided equally between three causes associated with the rugby clubs' founder members are retired from.
The worst are the ones that demand your attention for 90 minutes - rather like farts.
Paez's farts in the Van are so bad, the Team sleeps in the Street and they Still SK8 18 hours A day
While not edge-of-your-seat thrilling, this may be popular with dinosaur farts and those who enjoyed the first novel.
Teenagers often see possibilities of humor, creativity and social sanction in farts that would usually go right over the heads of most adults.
Artificial Intelligence) so dem' hunters won't be so stupid, and a 3D graphics engine that produces environments so real the farts will fly off your screen ($19.
Washington, Nov 5 (ANI): Jessica Simpson has admitted that she farts 15 times more than an average person.
And Rod Stewart adds: "I've played 48 times at the venue, Elton's played 60 times, so 108 times all together is not bad for two old farts.
The quality of our humor has been so degraded, the only way to get laughs is to show exploding horse farts,'' he said about the Bud Light spot.
l The `lighting his farts' scene in Dumb And Dumber when Jim Carrey, er, tries to light his farts to impress a lady.