A woman who raked in major cash selling her own farts until she was forced to retire due to the health issues caused by her ultra-high-fiber diet is back with a new venture. Steph Matto, ever the entrepreneur, is now selling her own boob sweat just in time for summer. And yes, people are buying it!
- Steph used to sell her jarred farts for $1,000 a jar. You wouldn’t imagine there were many buyers for the 31-year-old’s bizarre project, but that wasn’t the case at all. They were selling like hotcakes, but after Steph was hospitalized, she was forced into early retirement.
- Selling boob sweat is much safer. Now that the warmer weather is here, boob sweat is abundant for those with larger chests, and Steph is ready to rake in the cash again.
She’s selling the jars for $500 a pop. According to Steph, she can fill up 10 vials a day with her boob sweat, and if she managed to sell all of them, that’s a handy $5k per day.
- It’s hard work, she insists. “I love sitting by the pool but it’s also hard work, don’t be fooled,” she told Jam Press (via LadBible). “I also have a great set [of breasts]. And smelling the sweat, licking the sweat, would bring fans as close as they can get to them.” As for how long it takes to fill a jar, Steph said that “depends on several scientific factors, mainly the heat, movement, and how hydrated I am.” She tries to drink as much water as possible and sits in direct sunlight to encourage the sweat. She added: “I like to call myself the human maple tree and the boob sweat my sap – I sit there and collect my sap the same way a maple tree does.”
- This job isn’t risk-free, either. We all know that sitting in direct sunlight for a long time isn’t a good thing, but Steph insists she’s on top of it. “I’m also trying to practice this craft as safely as possible with a proper SPF moisturizer, however after this past week I have learned that a simple SPF 30 won’t be cutting it since I did burn my chest quite badly,” she shared. “With boob sweat, I want to do things right. I want to be smart, start off slow and have sustainable growth that doesn’t overwhelm my body.”
Good luck to Steph on his new venture. No doubt it’ll be just as popular as her last.