A TikTok video of a woman claiming to sell chewed food for $175 went viral, causing mixed reactions of horror and laughter.
From 'gently used' underwear to toilet paper sales, human creativity has no limits when it comes to making a quick buck. However, one TikToker has taken this to a whole new level by offering chewed food from her own mouth for $175 and actually finding a buyer.
The TikTok video posted by @professionalgoddess quickly took off, garnering over 3.3 million views, thousands of likes, comments, and shares
In her video, captioned "Chewed up food is one of my top sellers lately. Have you sold it before?" the woman is seen eating a big amount of food with her fingers, only to spit it all out into a ziplock bag.
The video then displays a screenshot revealing she made $175 from selling the chewed food, accompanied by a cheeky tongue-out emoji.
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Viewers Responded in Both Amusement and Shock to the Bizarre Video
The video has unsurprisingly received a considerable number of comments from viewers, with differing views on this quirky method of making cash.
One user wouldn't follow in this woman's footsteps, as they fear ending up in jail. "I’d be worried someone would take my DNA and put it at a crime scene 🤣", they wrote.
Another user justified her successful sale of chewed food, pointing to the big number of "simps" willing to purchase such odd items. "Really? The simps are out of control," they commented.
A third one begged this woman to spill the details of where she sells her chewed food. "Where do you sell all these because some of us broke af out here 😂", they asked.”
Another commenter doesn't seem to have a bright future in the chewed food sales industry. "I would forgot to not eat it," they wrote.”
Finally, one parent pointed out that this business could make them a millionaire, all thanks to their toddler. "jeeesh the amount of times my toddler does this I'd be a millionaire 😂," they joked.”
@professionalgoddess Chewed up food is one of my top sellers lately. Have you sold it before? #professionalgoddess #missmothership #weirdthingsisellontheinternet #missmothership ♬ Monkeys Spinning Monkeys - Kevin MacLeod & Kevin The Monkey
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Besides Chewed Food, the Woman Found Success in Selling Other Strange Items Online
According to her bio - "Weird Things I Sell on the Internet™️" - the woman appears to specialize in selling unusual items online, with chewed food being just one of them.
In another video, with the caption "Everything you touch turns into 💸", she said that she had the idea to sell her cracked screen after realizing that, through her prolonged use and leaving her DNA on it, someone might be interested in owning it.
@professionalgoddess Everything you touch turns into 💸 #professionalgoddess #missmothership #weirdthingsisellontheinternet #slutrepreneur #rebekkablue ♬ original sound - Professional Goddess
It seems that this woman has a knack for turning anything she touches into money, as seen in her sale of a used tissue for $70 in another video.
At the request of her fans, the woman shared the weirdest thing she sold online: her IUD for a four-figure sum.
@professionalgoddess What is the weirdest thing you have sold? #professionalgoddess #rebekkablue #weirdthingsisellontheinternet ♬ original sound - Professional Goddess
Whether you believe selling items like chewed food, hair, or used tissues is a viable and quick way to make money or too disgusting, it's safe to say that there aren't many people who'd want to buy these kinds of items. Nonetheless, this woman has proven to be a master at turning anything she touches into cash.
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