University of Florida offers an online master's program in arts education. For short, they call it UF Art Ed. And for those who are too lazy to deal with uppercase letters -- #ufarted.
Let the third grader in you erupt into giggles and begin making fart noises with your armpit.
In today's edition of very serious and very classy breaking art world news, #ufarted! It's one of those small but mighty miracles, like that hidden arrow in the FedEx logo, but way less subtle and involving farts.
Oh, you're too mature to crack a smile at #ufarted? Unfortunately for you, it only gets funnier over time.
Did you smile? DO YOU EVEN HAVE A SOUL? OR A BUTTHOLE?
First of all, I'd like to clarify that I have nothing but love for UF Art Ed in all its abbreviated and unabbreviated forms. It's only that the art world so rarely gets a chance to bond over the universal good that is a fart joke, and this is that moment!
Right here, right now! #UFARTED!
So can we please overcome our differences once and for all, and band together to bring attention to this accidentally flatulent abbreviation, thus making arts education at large go viral for even a single day?!
Good art and a good laugh are two causes worth fighting for. Going forth, I will use the #ufarted hashtag with honor and pride. Because I love accessible online education for art therapy, arts education, museum studies and graphic design. And I love #farts.
We reached out to UF Art Ed for comment and have yet to hear back.
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