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Conversational French

I did an entry on this last year, as I know several useless French phrases that are either ridiculous or rude, sometimes both. But tonight, I learned a new French verb that I thought you might like.

The English translation is “to wax,” as in “to wax a surfboard.”

The French verb? “Farter.”

It is conjugated thusly in the present tense:

je farte
tu fartes
il/elle farte
nous fartons
vous fartez
ils/elles fartent

Please make a note of it.

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  1. “I wax my surfboards and my old friends.”The Babel Fish translator on Yahoo.com translates the preceding sentence as follows: “Je cire mes planches de surfing et mes vieux amis.”