Rs 12000 for a fart? Woman earns Rs 18.5 lakh by selling her farts online
Lush also said that parmesan cheese causes her farts to be "sulphury," but mozzarella causes her to have "those huge bubble farts."
Lush Botanist, a woman, has revealed how she earns thousands of dollars merely by selling videos of herself farting on camera. Lush discussed how she started into the beauty industry in a programme shown on the British television network Channel 4. She stated that she began selling recordings of herself farting when someone online asked her to fart on camera for him, and thankfully, Lush's first farting movie became one of her most popular videos to date.
In the documentary, the 'pro-farter' states, "I've been in this industry for three years. I was receiving inquiries all the time... 'You know what, people will pay me for this, and I'm going to do it,' I thought." Lush has changed her diet and eats appropriately to acquire the finest quality farts for the films. She claims to be lactose intolerant, which means that her stomach suffers small meltdowns anytime she consumes something containing dairy. She also consumes various cheeses to induce some rogue 'excellent quality' farts in her stomach. Lush also said that parmesan cheese causes her farts to be "sulphury," but mozzarella causes her to have "those huge bubble farts."
Lush charges up to $175 for a single farting video (INR 12,906). She also stated that she made more than $4,000 (INR 2,95000) in a single day, which was her highest in a single day. So far, she has made more than $25,000 (INR 18,43,827). To record the sound of her fart, Lush blows into the air immediately in front of a microphone placed near her camera. Lush even encapsulates farts in jars and lollipops and distributes them at the request of her clients. When asked about her popularity, the self-proclaimed 'Farting queen' stated that she attributes her success to just loving the process of farting since she feels her clients like seeing her have fun.