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Fark is a community website created by Drew Curtis that allows members to comment on a daily batch of news articles and other items from various websites. The site receives many story submissions per day and approximately 100 of them are publicly displayed on the site, spread out over the main page as well as topical tabs that are organized as ...
Fark. @fark. Fark is a community-generated humor site and news aggregator. The views expressed in these tweets are a hot mess. Don't tweet links at us, use fark.com/submit. Media & News Company 'Murica fark.com Joined May 2008. 2,808 Following. 29.1K Followers. Replies.
New BMWs will allow drivers to change lanes without touching the turn signal, replacing current BMWs which apparently do the same thing. In the new BMW 5-series sedan, unveiled Wednesday by the German luxury automaker, drivers will be able to change lanes on the highway just by looking to the side.
The Definition of Fark. The slang term “fark” is a phrase used to replace a harsh or offensive word when a situation does not allow you to use the wrong word itself. Most often, “fark” replaces the obvious “f$%k” when swearing. It is used to express extreme surprise or anger. For example: “Fark off.”.
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Fark is a community news aggregator with irreverent humor, created by Drew Curtis in 1999. Fark was inspired by Curtis' love for bizarre, unusual, or just plain stupid news stories. Before user-driven content was really the "in" thing, Fark was already allowing website viewers to nominate such articles for consideration.
Fark didn't really die off. I'm too lazy to link it or look for it right now but it's actually had an increase in traffic in the last two years. Supposedly it gets more trackbacks than Google Plus, if that means anything. It has, however, suffered due to stylistic reasons.