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Reality TV Star Earns $50,000 A Week By Selling Farts In A Jar To Strangers Online

One reality TV star has been garnering quite a considerable amount of attention online after she announced a new business venture which involved farting...and yes, you read that right.

However, this celeb's new fart-tastic (yeah, get ready for the 'puns' to get far worse than that abomination) has proven to be incredibly lucrative for her!

Stephanie Matto garnered quite the online following after appearing on a prominent reality TV show.

Matto initially appeared on 90 Day Fiancé, a show which is kind of like the fart in a jar of the TV world when you think about it.

Now Matto has started a new business venture which involves selling her jarred farts to strangers online.

Oh the internet, that uniquely special place where someone can bottle up their flatulence and then sell it to strangers for the handsome sum of $1,400 (AUD).

Yes, Matto has been charging people over a grand for a whiff of her encapsulated boffs. Although, when you buy one of her glassy toots, you do get a handwritten note — as well as some decorative flowers which are in the jar, marinating away in Matto's uniquely brewed eau de backside.

In a video on TikTok, Matto explained how she managed to make around $50,000 in one week from cutting the cheese, so to speak.

In the video, which you can view below, Matto goes into detail explaining how she preps herself to produce a healthy amount of farts each day to sell — take notes anyone who is looking for a new job.

Keeping atop of her diet really helps her to trump any fart-selling competitors. Christ, sorry.

Apparently eating a lot of beans helps her keep her business going — because obviously it does.

She also likes to consume a protein muffin, hard-boiled eggs, a protein shake, as well as some yoghurt in addition to the beans.

"I like to add a little flower petals [to the jar]. I feel like they attach the scent and make it last longer. And when I'm finally finished with my jar, I like to leave a personalised note," she also said in the video.

Matto also went into more detail about why she chose this new gaseous enterprise in an interview.

"I think my main motivation was money, but I also thought it'd be a hilarious publicity move that would get a lot of people's attention," Matto told BuzzFeed.

With demand increasing, here's hoping that Matto will be able to guff enough to keep the internet folk happy!

There were other things that Matto had to say about her "work," but it was about as interesting as the contents of one of her wonderfully extortionate jars.

Still, fair play to her for managing to make a business out of poots. Let us all pray for Matto's sake that there is not a bean shortage any time soon.


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