Stephanie Matto built an impressive following on social media after she appeared on the Australian show 90 Day Fiancé but now makes over £37,000 with her whiffy business — which she insists is not for the faint-hearted.
In an Instagram post, Stephanie Matto said she decided to put her farts on the market ‘due to popular demand’
In an Instagram post, Stephanie Matto said she decided to put her farts on the market ‘due to popular demand’Credit: instagram/stepankamatto
After her disastrous relationship with Erika Owens on the reality show, Stephanie grew her social media audience to 230,000-strong thanks to her raunchy snaps.
With a large audience at her fingertips, Stephanie has smelled success with her latest money-spinning move — selling jars of her farts.
In an Instagram post, Stephanie reveals that she decided to put her farts on the market “due to popular demand”.
However, she informed her followers that they could purchase these delicate jars of stink on her media platform Unfiltrd only for the next ten days.
She bottles up her flatulence in a glass mason jar, seals the top shut, and then mails the package out to her supporters for £750 each.
“Working on my own adult-friendly platform these past few months has made me very aware of the different types of niches and markets that are out there,” she explained in an interview with Buzzfeed.
“Over the years, I’ve gotten a few messages from men and women wanting to buy my worn bras, panties, hair, bathwater, etc.
“I thought farts were super niche, but also something fun, quirky, and different. It’s almost like a novelty item!”
Stephanie documented the process in a now-viral TikTok last month, revealing her typical day, and explained how she gets her body ready to pump out a load of gas.
She said she likes to eat beans, a protein muffin, hard-boiled eggs, a protein shake, and some yoghurt for breakfast.
All those ingredients apparently combine in her stomach to not only produce a lot of flatulence, but also some pungent smells.
But she’s also recently started adding a different element to her product.
She said: “I like to add little flower petals. 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 did a tongue-in-cheek Q&A session about her farts business, revealing the scent in the jar was “most prominent for the first two days”.
Stephanie said she gets bombarded with requests nearly every day and she’s now trying to keep up with the demand.
According to Matto, “One whiff makes memories that last a lifetime.”
Stephanie documented the process in a TikTok video, explaining how she gets her body ready to pump out a load of gas.
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