This guy’s sleep app recorded his farts – and it’s a gas
When Twitter user Fin Costick activated a sleep-recorder app, he probably expected to hear the house settling, the sound of distant traffic or urban foxes, perhaps even the odd cough or mumble. What it actually recorded was …well, listen for yourself.
bro fuck this sleep recorder app pic.twitter.com/DaBfCAQXdy
— fin (@fin_costick) October 10, 2019
Yep. It’s farts. Several farts. When Twitter got wind of Fin’s post, it went viral, currently standing at almost 60,000 retweets and more than 3.6 million views – or listens, to be more accurate.
Here are some of the best reactions we’ve seen so far(t).
Someone turn this into Phil Collins drums now
— Paul (@fishbomb) October 14, 2019
That house is 'settling' a lot pic.twitter.com/8pyRahEJSm
— Filthy Piece of Toerag (@AndrewLegon) October 14, 2019
Bruh i must've stayed at an earlier stage of development or something because I laughed harder to this than to any of he forms of comedy Ive consume since like last week
— Coscorrodrift (@Coscorrodrift) October 14, 2019
Fin acknowledged his achievement.
70,000 people have heard me fart over the last three days
— fin (@fin_costick) October 13, 2019
It’s a lot more than that now, obviously.
Finally, we quite like this “scientific” explanation of the phenomenon.
It's known as RBM. The rapid bowel movement stage of sleep 🤣
— Steven Hazell (@hazell_steven) October 15, 2019
Although, it could be a load of old guff.
Source: @fin_costick Image: Fin Costick, @jpvalery on Unsplash, Twitter screengrab