'Jennifer's first fart': Baker shares boyfriend's hilarious order to celebrate 'monumental occasion'

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  • It's normal to want to put your best foot forward in a new relationship. For some people, this might mean going to extremes like shying away from naturally occuring bodily functions.
  • However, one woman named Jennifer discovered that holding in her farts whenever she was with her boyfriend for two years may have been unnecessary as he had a hilarious response when she finally let some air out in front of him.
  • To celebrate the occasion, her boyfriend got her a cake with the words 'Jennifer's first fart' and the date written on it to commemorate the memorable event.

The first few months of a new relationship are a bit awkward and for many people, there are still tricks up their sleeve to maintain the new partner's perfect image of of themselves. 

These tricks may include waking up to do natural soft-looking makeup to create the illusion that you, as Beyoncé said, 'woke up like this'.

For some people, holding in farts is a big deal. However, one man found a hilarious way to make his girlfriend feel more comfortable about letting out some air in front of him.

He decided to celebrate the milestone in their relationship with a cake dedicated to his girlfriend for farting in front of him for the first time in their two-year relationship.

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A baker by the name of Peachie Pie on TikTok, posted a video making the cake that he captioned, "Congratulations Jennifer!" before he narrated the process and the reason behind making the cake.

"I'm here to say I've never made a cake for this occasion before. Like, this is the first for me, and I was just cracking up, so I had to share."

He continued to say that he was called by a man who ordered a cake for a girl he'd been dating for two years. "He said they were doing a little Netflix and chill session, and she farted in front of him for the first time in two years. Not like a little fart but a full-on 'you might have to check your pants fart," he says while piping a farting girl wearing a white top and a pink skirt on the green ombre cake. 

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"I was trying so hard to keep it professional, but we were cracking up when he ordered this cake. He was just so proud of her. How can you not pass gas in front of your partner for two years?

"He thought that it would be funny to get her a cake to surprise her with to document this monumental occasion. Honestly, I've never been so honoured in my life to make a cake before." He continued to share what the boyfriend said describing his girlfriend.

"He's just like skinny brunette, short hair, and I said, 'Yes, but can I please make her face doing a little oopsie doopsies made a poopsies moment?' And he said, 'Yes, absolutely'.

Jennifer's first fart cake

The cake made to celebrate Jennifer's first in front of her boyfriend. Screenshot via Peachie Pie/TikTok

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The boyfriend wanted 'Jennifer's first fart' written on the cake alongside the date. The baker added glitter on the fart illustration coming out of Jennifer's pink skirt to make it 'iconic'.

"Her first fart deserves a little sparkle. This cake proves you can really celebrate anything with a cake," said the baker.

TikTok users hopped into the comment section of the video - which had over a million likes - and shared their farting experiences.

One person said she thought she had never farted in front of her ex but was told otherwise at the end of the relationship, "I thought I didn't fart in front of my ex for a year, and then after we broke up, I mentioned it, and they informed me I fart in my sleep."

Another added that she hasn't let one out in nine years, saying, "I've been with my husband for 9 years, and he's never heard me fart."

When did you become more comfortable in your relationship? Tell us here.

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Relationships go through stages before couples commit for a lifetime. According to Mental Help, there are four stages in any relationship. 

These include:

1 - Initial Meeting/Attraction - "The initial meeting may take place over the internet, through friends, in a church or social group, at a party or bar or any of a myriad of many different places."

2 - Curiosity, Interest, and Infatuation - "Early attraction often involves the partner's physical attributes and includes things like outward appearance, body type, interests and personality traits. At this stage, the attraction may not be too "deep", and each half of a couple is generally putting their best foot forward."

3 - "Enlightenment" and Becoming a Couple - This is where most people become more comfortable and may let out some air, among other things, without too much thought. "During this relationship stage, hormones are calming down and reality sets in. Trust is stronger, and more intimacies may be shared at this stage as couples take away some of their best faces and allow themselves to act more naturally and relaxed."

4 - Commitment or Engagement - "Couples should understand their partner's values, lifestyle, and goals for the future. There should be a relationship with each other's family and friends. Questions about children, finances, careers, future goals, and lifestyle should be discussed more fully."

Source: Tik Tok

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