Holiday Gifts That Will Make You Gag: Send ‘Passed Gas’ By Mail

Holiday Gifts That Will Make You Gag: Send ‘Passed Gas’ By Mail

A new company is offering to mail bad smelling scents hermetically sealed in a polyethylene envelope.

Emma Hutchings
  • 30 november 2012

If you’re looking for a holiday gift for someone you’re not that fond of, a new mail order company is offering to send a ‘Fart by Mail‘. These bad odors come hermetically sealed in a polyethylene envelope.

Holiday Gift That Will Make You Gag: Send Farts By Mail

If you order the standard version, which is recommended for the faint of heart, there is a warning message on the back to your friend explaining what they are holding.

Holiday Gift That Will Make You Gag: Send Farts By Mail

Inside is a professionally printed audio greeting card containing a custom message from you, a heinous odor, and a graphic sound, which is released when it’s opened. If you select ‘stealth’ mode at the checkout, all of the warnings and messages from Fart By Mail on the package will be removed in order to give your friend an unpleasant surprise.

Holiday Gift That Will Make You Gag: Send Farts By Mail

The mail order farts cost $8.99, with free shipping inside the U.S. If bad smells aren’t your thing, you could send a can of fresh air from your favorite city instead. Check out the Fart By Mail commercial below:

Fart By Mail


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