Let’s Put an F in Front of Words Beginning with ART.
While in Boston, my wife and I are planning to tour The Museum of Fine Arts in a few days. Contemplating our visit while riding in our rental car yesterday, I recalled the expression artsy-fartsy. Then I began to think of adding an “f” in front of words beginning with art. I was amused with the following constructions:
If you can’t pass gas, you are fartless.
If you can’t stand smelling passed gas, you are liable to fartichoke.
If you have an excess of gas, you are a fartist and are fartful.
Where do these gaseous emissions come from? A fartesian well.
The art of passing gas is called fartifice or fartwork.
Tremendous gas passing is fartillery.
Where does gas pass through? A fartery.
A small fart is a farteriole.
An ancient fart is a fartifact.
If you are an expert at passing gas, you are farticulate.
Any part of a fart is a farticle.
If you have lots of trouble passing gas, you have farteriosclerosis.
If you have avant-garde farts, you are a fart nouveau.