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Denver, CO – There is a question which dates back thousands of years.
It’s been asked on all seven continents and by people of every race and culture. It doesn’t always require verbalization and often a simple universal recognized facial expression is enough to ask it.
In every language the most common answers to the question are. “It Wasn’t Me”, “Sorry”, and “Oh God”. Note: Canadians tend to answer “Sorry, it wasn’t me, eh”
The question is of course “Who Farted?”.
According to a recent Pew poll, 67% of people lie when asked this question, and the problem is just getting worse, especially with the growing popularity of Mexican food.
By 2050, the percentage of those who lie could be as high as 77%.
We expect our politicians to lie, not the flatulators in our life.
So iFart scientists set out to solve this potentially explosive problem. (more…)
DENVER, Dec. 15, 2015 — In what may potentially be the second greatest comeback in Apple history, the creators of the #1 best-selling iFart Mobile (jumping to the top of the charts for three weeks in December 2008) have released a long-awaited update on the world, iFart Second Wind.
“There are many very serious things happening around the world. That’s why it’s more important than ever to maintain a sense of humor,” says Joel Comm, New York Times Best-Selling author and creator of the infamous novelty app.
“Since its explosive release in 2008, iFart Mobile has been used by millions of people. In fact, iFart scientists have calculated that over a billion virtual farts have been served via the app with no discernible impact on global warming.” (more…)
Denver, CO – November 24, 2015 – In what may potentially be the second greatest comeback in Apple history, the creators of the #1 best-selling iFart Mobile (jumping to the top of the charts for three weeks in December 2008) have released a long-awaited update on the world, iFart Second Wind.
Joel Comm, New York Times Best-Selling author and creator of the infamous novelty app, has reached out to megastar George Clooney via letter to his publicist, Stan Rosenfield, with an offer to purchase an authentic, original George Clooney fart sound for $100. In a Rolling Stone interview from November 2011, Clooney stated that he loves farts and thinks they are funny. He then proudly admitted to having iFart on his iPhone.
Comm’s letter to Clooney states “Your fart would be offered to iFart users for .99 as a special in-app purchase. Our cut of the sale is .70, and those proceeds from the sale of your unique (and hilarious) fart would go directly to a 501c3 non-profit group of your choice. “
“There are many very serious things happening around the world. That’s why it’s more important than ever to maintain a sense of humor,” says Comm. “Since its explosive release in 2008, iFart Mobile has been used by millions of people, undoubtedly resulting in an exponential amount of laughter. The app has been mentioned in dozens of publications and media sources from around the globe, and been discussed by celebrities such as Jimmy Kimmel, Jon Stewart, Bill Maher, Kathie Lee Gifford, Lance Armstrong and David Duchovny, among others.”
Completely free and fully-featured, the newly designed iFart Second Wind provides an updated experience in all its retina-display glory. With two-dozen free sounds at a user’s disposal, the amount of virtual methane to be released will be pointed to as the latest culprit in the global warming crisis. For those who want more stink and laughs, the Fart Store contains a number of themed Fart Packs available for instant purchase. Themes include the Movie Pack (Harry Pooter, BraveFart and more), the Rock Pack (Van InHalen, Hoobastank and more), the Veggie Pack (Broccoli Bomber), the Celebrity Pack (Will Sniff, Tom Stanks and more) … and just in time for the holidays, the Christmas Pack (Jingle Smells, Blitzen’s Bomber and more…)
Comm continues, “It’s obvious that George Clooney has a boyish sense of humor and is a legendary prankster. I’m certain he never imagined that one of his farts could do more than make him and his friends laugh. So I sincerely hope he takes us up on this opportunity to let one rip and become a part of Apple history!”
A copy of the letter to Clooney can be read at comm.us/george
iFart Second Wind can be downloaded from the iTunes Appstore at comm.us/ifart
For media inquiries, contact Joel Comm at [email protected] or (657) 200-5635