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Question about American vocabulary

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4/10/2016 4:16:49 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
I think it was Winston Churchill who described the US and UK as 'two countries divided by a common langauge.' Futile though it may be to aspire to that level of wit, I have a question coverage of the Presidential election campaigns has yet to answer:

Do Americans consider the word Trump a synonym for fart?

I wonder now if you have the word fart. I mean bottom burp, blowing poo bubbles, di-oxi-methanised hydrogenate...with a hint of sh!t, exhaling anally, gassing out the gaff, come in Mr Brown - your time is up, pooting, tooting or hooting, breaking wind, breaking bad, letting off, cutting the cheese, backward breathing, the last gasp, the last Trump.

Though hardly a question worthy of Churchill - enquiring minds need to know!
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4/12/2016 4:30:37 AM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 4/11/2016 8:42:39 PM, Daedal wrote:
You forgot 'dropping your guts'.

and 'message from the interior.'