So uhm, this expression...

What does it actually mean?

It means to be lively and full of vigour, right?

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"Fart the fire" geez, ils sont fous ces gaulois.

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I'm not comfortable yet with the word péter, it seems to mean "fart" but it just as often seems to also mean "pop" or "explode", and now I'm thinking about what it means in English to "pop one off."

@JordiGH how absolute dare you. She said that plant was farting fire and SHE MEANT IT!

@JordiGH
Well Google translate is not great with expressions, here are some better equivalent:
– be in great shape
– be fighting fit
– be in tip-top form
wordreference.com/fren/p%C3%A9

Mostly I think you need to imagine some kind of machine whose pipes release fire because it’s running at maximum capacity x)

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