Farting is the universal language (not love), and based on our extensive research, the one and only thing that can bring together even the greatest of enemies is the fact that farts are funny.
For this reason, we’d like to give the following list of fartists a big ‘thank you’ for making the world a better place.
@HumorBagel makes prank fart videos around New York City, many of which take place in Central Park. Sometimes he drops his bombs while walking past groups of people, and sometimes he performs hilarious body contortions which are choreographed flawlessly.
@haknumko has been around for 13 years and has less than 10,000 Youtube followers, which is honestly bullshit, because his fart-dubbed videos are timed perfectly (and it’s clear how much time this person dedicates to their craft).
@paulflart is the self-described farting authority, and he stares directly into the camera while farting. Sometimes he makes different facial expressions and sometimes he goes into a different room to fart.
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@mrmethane might be the most influential living flatulist. The 57-year-old Brit has been cutting cheese professionally since 1991. He’s been a guest on the “Howard Stern Show” and a contestant on “Britain’s Got Talent,” and he offers personalized fart greetings on his website.
@MrFarts is a poop emoji who sings songs and farts, when appropriate.
By the way, this is not a new thing. There’s a Wikipedia page for the art of the fart, and the history runs deep. One notable figure was French flatulist Joseph Pujol (stage name Le Pétomane), and he could apparently fart at will. He could also blow out a candle from several yards away. Pujol died in 1945.
And of course there was Roland the Farter, “a medieval flatulist who lived in twelfth-century England.”