old fart


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old fart

Tribal elder. A title self-assumed with remarkable frequency by (especially) Usenetters who have been programming for more than about 25 years; often appears in sig blocks attached to Jargon File contributions of great archaeological significance. This is a term of insult in the second or third person but one of pride in first person.
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will offer the Old Fart Wife's Chardonnay and Old Fart Grenache/Syrah at a suggested retail $9.
ONE of my favourite movies last year was Sylvester Stallone's old fart actioner The Expendables, with all the 80s fight stars in the one flick.
None of the above, but this column can today reveal just where that huge of gust of wind that billowed those limp red sails might have come from - it could have come from an old fart.
For really there's no disguising it - even from a distance he still looks like the old wrinkly old fart that he is.
I didn't want to become an old fart," writes Kramer.
Howell, pompous old fart that he is, reminds us the Cons never fundamentally changed from Thatcher to Cameron.
It is not very cool to say it, but animals give you a great sense of belonging" Actor Martin Clunes, who has taken to the country life "I don't want to sound like some poor middle-aged old fart that had this huge success in her 20s - I'm lucky to be still in there"Actress Susan Penhaligon, now 61
I'm an old fart and it's not going to do me a lot of harm to make a little protest.
NICK FALDO went on route 66 around the Burma Road last night - then stopped to tell Sam Torrance: "Leave an old fart like me out of the Ryder Cup.
They say are too embarrassed to order real ale such as Raging Bull, Old Fart, and Stallion.
I know I sound like an old fart, but to just cast all that racing history aside is, I believe, little short of vandalism.
BIG Brother evictee Tim Culley (right) confirmed on Friday night that he's the arrogant, conceited boring old fart we all thought he was, writes RACHEL MAINWARING.