One of a Kind New Business, I Fart On, LLC, Capitalizes on the Oldest Joke Known to Mankind

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I Fart On, LLC, brings a touch of class, style and creativity to fart humor brand

The Fart Boss t-shirt

The Fart Boss

To be able to make the most of something as simple and common as farts can brighten any moment, and wearing our shirts can share that with others.

Flatulence has never been so profitable as Tim Williams, CFO of I Fart On, LLC, (http://www.ifarton.com) announced the expansion of their online store for the I Fart On brand of clothing and merchandise. While offering over 100 stylish designs of shirts, I Fart On also boasts its website as the authoritative source of fart stories, photos and humor. I Fart On marks the first of its kind brand centered on farts and looks to make its mark on retail nationwide. Sure there are thousands of fart t-shirts out there for sale, but there has never been a brand until now – I Fart On!

I Fart On, originally themed on the places we all fart, has expanded to embrace all forms of creative and classy fart humor. Since farting is a rather common daily occurrence, the places they occur is what can make them interesting. So celebrating these places gives rise to the name I Fart On. Some great examples of the line of clothing include the shirts: My Farts Have Swag,I Like Big Farts and I Cannot Lie, Hoof Arted?, and FART BO$$.

I Fart On has created not only just an online store, but an interactive destination website that serves as a daily source of humor and gives all fans a chance to upload their stories, ideas, fart questions and photos with our logo and shirts. The website also features a section of Fart Articles titled “Farticles” which compiles the best articles on farting on the web.

“Life can be quite stressful and try to bring you down daily,” says Williams, who is also known as The Fart Boss. “To be able to make the most of something as simple and common as farts can brighten any moment, and wearing our shirts can share that with others.”

“We know that about 20 percent of people out there will be offended,” continues Williams. “However, without the haters, none of this would be funny in the first place, so we have to embrace them and hope that they always exist.”

The I Fart On products are available for sale at the website on the online store. Customers can also request custom made shirts by contacting the company directly through the website.

Educated Fart Historians for Interviews
The founders of I Fart On pride themselves on being some of the most highly educated people on the subject of flatulence. They can answer any questions on the history of farts and fart jokes, the sociological impact of farts, the physiological impact of farts, and fart pop culture. Contact I Fart On for interviews or sound bites that are sure to get attention and bring smiles. Did you know that if a medical professional farts in the operating room they must own up to it, or the surgeon will have thoroughly investigate the source of the smell in the patient to determine if they ruptured an intestine?

About I Fart On LLC
I Fart On, LLC, was founded in 2013, but has been a lifetime in the making. It was formed by three longtime friends in Utica, NY, to celebrate the inherent humor in farts. Besides having a genuine appreciation for public farting, the initial concept for the business was created while discussing ways to make someone not want to sit next to you in an open seating airline flight. The idea was born, “How about we wear a shirt that says ‘I Fart on Airplanes’?”

From there, the ideas started to flow about where else we fart on, in or at. When the theme is explained to someone, they inherently begin thinking about places and having fun with it. The culmination of all of the places is referred to as The Bucket List of Farts. I Fart On is very interactive with its fans, with multiple interaction possibilities on the website, and a daily presence on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.

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