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This Woman is Famous on YouTube for Doing Something you do Every Day... Topless

Why didn’t we think of this?

If you’re looking for a way to get your significant other to cook more often, this woman thinks she has the solution.

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Jenn is a 24-year-old in Argentina who has managed to do something rather remarkable. She’s got more than one-million hits on YouTube with just three cooking videos. They all feature simple recipes but Jenn’s trying something a little different: she demonstrates cooking techniques topless.

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As Uproxx reports, Jenn has a little fun pulling an Austin Powers and using objects such as fruit and vegetables to hide her breasts (so she doesn’t violate YouTube’s obscenity rules). She said she was inspired to make the videos to get men interested in cooking.

‘I had a male friend who only ever wanted to eat fast food,’ she said. ‘It’s a problem many men have. But I want to show them that cooking is fun, and to encourage more men to get involved in learning about recipes and preparation of food.’

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I don’t know that it’s the food men are going to be interested in after seeing these videos … but it seems like she’s having a huge blast (and getting YouTube-famous in the process). I cook all the time and I would attempt this but the idea of accidentally scalding my boobs with boiling water or something pretty much kills the whole thing for me.

This post was originally published on Cosmopolitan.com

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