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bullshit artist

Also, bull artist. A person who habitually exaggerates, flatters, or talks nonsense. For example, Don't believe a word of it-he's a bullshit artist. Both versions are considered vulgar slang. The first dates from the 1940s, the second from the World War I period.
See also: artist, bullshit

bullshit artist

and bullshitter
n. a person expert at lies, deception, and hype. (see also bullshit. Usually objectionable.) What can you expect from a bullshit artist? The truth? Listen to me. Don’t ever try to bullshit a bullshitter!
See also: artist, bullshit

bullshitter

verb
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Antony Bullshitter Thompson has done nothing but tell tall tales and rage about the rainforest conditions.
I always say it takes out the bullshitters, people are there because they want to be there, there are no prima donnas at our level, they get tore in every Saturday.
Vince took a sip of beer, looked around, met each eye like all glad-handing, master bullshitters do before a good embellishment.
Whereas liars deliberately distort the truth, bullshitters have no interest in whether what they say is true or not, and so are the more dangerous to truth.
Now he has general managers, coaches, psychiatrists, dieticians and all kinds of bullshitters to put up with.
Bullshitters, red tape and British officialdom's desire to make it as difficult as possible for businesses to grow.
We should call the advertisers phonies, or bullshitters, or harassers, when we think that's what they are.
It was as if someone was trying to tell the bullshitters they had a serious image problem.
You meet people like him everywhere - they're incredible bullshitters who talk to impress, but the better you get to know them, you know that they are talking complete rubbish.
KEITH ALLEN and Peter Richardson starred as Bonehead and Foyle in The Bullshitters (November 1984).
They're just a bunch of crypto-Nazi conservative bullshitters.