A reality TV star from the United States has made headlines all over the world after she revealed that she found a very interesting side hustle and that involves selling her farts in a jar.
31-year-old Stephaniea Matto, a former contestant on reality show ’90 Day Fiancee’ which is a American reality TV series. Stephaniea Matto promotes herself as the “#1 world’s most successful fartrepreneur”. She has also revealed that she is launching Fart Jar NFTs soon.
Ms Matto is YouTuber and now a trending world-famous fartrepreneur, she recently went viral all over the Internet with a video that showed a day in her life where she explains how the business is done and what she eats to run this business.
What’s Her Diet Plan For This Smelly Business?
Stephanie revealed that she prepares her body to pump out gas by eating loads of protein, yoghurts, hard-boiled eggs and, of course, beans. She added that she loves to read while ‘waiting for those farts to develop’, before unloading into a jar with a few petals thrown in to really ‘attach the scent’, which apparently is the strongest in the first two days – so bad news for those whose orders get stuck at customs.
“I think I’ve really tapped into a huge market, and there seems to be endless potential,” Matto told New York Post. “I am grateful that I am able to entertain, spark debates and discussions, and open people’s eyes to different ways of life.” she added.
As per the reports from BuzzFeed , Stephanie spoke to them and explained her business tactics to help promote her product.
She said: “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, and it has definitely worked. “I usually follow a pretty strict diet, but I do allow myself 1–2 cheat days every single week, and those are the days that I will indulge in specific types of foods that I know will make me more gassy.
“I also like to combine my ‘product’ with something that smells like me, so I spritz one of my favourite perfumes into each jar to give customers the most immersive experience…I put a small fabric petal or flower into each jar — it’s aesthetically pleasing and also allows the scent to attach to it and last longer.”
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