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You Can Now Buy A Jar Of Farts As A Christmas Present

The gift they won’t forget.

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Are you thinking of giving a truly original and thoughtful gift to someone this Christmas? Do you want surprise someone will a simple Christmas gesture? Well, this may be the perfect Christmas gift idea for you.

A company called Farts Direct are now offering customers the chance to send a jar of farts to someone this festive season. Yes this is 100% legitimate. The charge to send someone a jar of farts is £10 for that money you also have a choice of fart flavours to choose from. You can send flavours such as “Sprout Stench”, “Stuffing Shart” or even “Love Puff” (for a more romantic feel). I don’t even want to know how they manage to do this or what any of these flavours actually smell like, however there would be nothing more hilarious than lulling a friend/enemy into a false sense of security by sending them this pretty jar, only to watch them open and smell the vile contents within.

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Martin Grix, who is the CEO of the originally named Farts Direct said the following about his product: “We need to let the stigma surrounding farts go, by letting one go. It’s important to share the guff – especially at Christmas time. Imagine the look on their face when they realise they just inhaled an invisible turd. And once they’ve breathed in the surprise stench, you’re done. It’s the perfect way to tell someone how you truly feel without ever having to say a word.”

Have you ever heard anything more beautifully described? Me neither. I have a feeling this product may be popular this Christmas, maybe a secret Santa idea? Who knows. Either way, you have to hand it to Mr Grix, this is both brave, entrepreneurial and definitely stinks.

While you enjoy your jar of farts, how about you wash it down with some festive vodka? Find out how here.

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