China is quite astonishing an nation in more ways than one! The Great Wall of China is one of the largest manmade structures on Earth, acupuncture is a renowned and accepted medical treatment for variety of ailments, and the list of Chinese achievements is longer than a very long thing. The natural resources and population of China are the biggest strengths of this huge nation; China and India make up more than half of the world’s population. Here’s something amazing about China that you might not know:
Yep, it’s the poop factor. There is a professional demand in China for expert fart sniffers in business and companies are willing to pay through the nose for their services. The salary offered is as lucrative as they come, topping even top-class software engineers. If you’re willing to put your nose to the grindstone and work hard, the profits are absolutely incomparable.
As a professional fart smeller, one’s job is to sniff the fart and, based upon that, assess the internal condition of the body. This stands as an alternative to X-rays, radiography and exploratory surgery, allows physicians to learn the lay of the land inside a patient’s body without scanning it or opening it up.
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As a matter of fact, this particular profession has a long and storied history, having been used in Ancient Chinese medicine and skilled fart sniffers could lead the lives of saints, even! Fart smellers forego alcohol and cigarettes in order to keep their nasal function in tip top shape, better allowing them to assess the fecal matter. Special training is provided to differentiate between different types of farts – sour, caustic, bitter, etc. – and to identify what intestinal conditions could be causing those smells.
Because of the restrictions the job places upon your lifestyle – cutting out booze, smoking and the like – the job of fart sniffer pays a healthy salary and without too much competition. After all, who would want to spend their days smelling other people’s farts?
Experts in the field of alternative medicine are of the opinion that farts and the nuances in their smells can indeed indicate ailments in individuals. The smelling of farts could allow for intestinal problems to be detected early, based on the odours, and this identification is the main part of a fart specialist’s job. It may not seem like something you’d want to do but, with a salary of over $50 000 per annum, it’s definitely the fart smellers who are laughing their way to the bank. While smelling of roses, probably.