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“Day in the life of a girl who shares her farts in a jar.”
A YouTuber and former 90 Day Fiance star said that she made $100,000 by selling her farts in jars.
And if you’re eating a snack, you may want to click elsewhere.
Stephanie Matto posted a TikTok video of herself onto her Instagram detailing her” day in the life” of flatulence.
“Hey guys, today I’m going to be showing you a day in the life of a girl who sells her farts in jars,” Matto began in the video.
She adds that she likes to get the farts rolling eating “beans, a protein muffin, sometimes even a yogurt, less sugar is better, and hard-boiled eggs.”
Now, to make the fart jar more festive, she likes to add flower petals not only for the look but because she feels that the scent of the farts attaches adheres to the pedals better and “lasts longer.”
When she’s done with the jar, she likes to leave a personalized note.
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People had mixed reactions to Matto’s video.
“Some people really would do anything not to get a real job,” someone wrote.
“Maybe this is the route I need to go down another joked
A third wrote: “Are you going to s*** in a bag next?”
Someone else addressed people in the comments who seemed to be “mad” about Matto’s endeavors and wrote, “All the people mad on here are funny. Work smarter and harder money flows any way you want to.”
Matto also spoke about how she got into the far business on her Youtube platform.
She said she’s “learned to never kink-shame; to always be open and accepting of peoples’ weirdness’ and ‘oddities.’”
Despite this, according to TMZ, all the gas is causing a bit of a toll on Matto’s mental and physical wellbeing.
Matto told the outlet that she had recently eaten too many fibre bars, which almost landed her in the emergency room.
She noted that she usually carves out two to three days in the week to work on the fart business, eating foods usually associated with gassiness.
Matto further said that she would continue with her business as long as she’s up for the task and as long as the money keeps flowing in.