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blue fart:

Released intestinal gases said to light-up when touched by the flame of a match. See fart for synonyms.
See Also: afterburner, air biscuit, anal announcement, arse gas, arse pish, baby blue, baby blues, backfire, backwards burp, bark a sharp report, beanie, bitched, buggered, and bewildered, blanket ripper, blart, blow a fart, blow a kiss, blow mud, blow the anal horn, blow the horn, blowing an arsenut, blue, blue handkerchief, blue humor, blue-veined junket pump, blurt out, body squeak, boomer, botch, bottom burp, botty burp, bowel bugle, bowel howl, brap, break the sound barried, break wind, break wind backwards, breaking wind, breakthrough, breezer, broad jest, brown burp, bugle butt, bullock's heart, burbulence, burn bad powder, burnt cheese, butt sneeze, butt snort, cabbage fart, cedar burp, cheek flapper, cheeser, cheezer, chocolate thunder, crack a fart, crepitate, crepitus, cushion creeper, cut a fart, cut a muffin, cut one, cut the Brie, cut the cheese, dark blue handkerchief, devil's kiss, dirty joke, down wind, drop a beast, drop a bundle, drop a depth charge, drop a rose, drop a rose petal, drop a thumper, drop one, ecdysia, fanny fart, fizzle, flatulate, float an air biscuit, front botty burp, go off, guff, guff cloud, gurk, hoff, horse and cart, launch an air biscuit, lay a fart, leave a whiff, let fly, let off, let one fly, let one go, let one off, let one rip, light blue handkerchief, locker-room humor, make a noise, make a rude noise, make a smell, make wind, muff guff, one cheek sneak, pass air, pass gas, pass wind, poke pants, pokes, poot, pumping gas, pussy fart, queeb, queef, raise wind, raspberry tart, release one, rim slide, shoot bunnies, silent horror, smell the place up, stone-ache, tail shot, tail wind, tail winds, take an air dump, talk German, There's a smell of gunpowder, thumper, toot, traff, tree monkey, trouser cough, trouser rouser, trouser trumpet, trull, trump, under thunder, unload, vaginal fart, wet one, whistle down the Y fronts, Who flew?, whoof, wind, windward passage, windy pops, windy words

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