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iheartscotch: Um, do they just piss where ever and just go with it? Those bathrooms must smell horrid.
KrispyKritter: Only a human being would be arrogant and stupid enough to think successfully urinating into a porcelain fixture is just what nature intended. The further we abandoned our true primal selves to conform to civilization and society the more we abandon our true selves.
Infobahn: Billy Mays is Dead.
gerbilpox: My mother would love that, as most women I think. Always complained about our bad aim. (She assumed we were aiming for the bowl.)Public toilets could sure use it. People clearly don't aim for it there. (Or maybe a wide stance interferes?)
HisBoyLeroy: I find that the moisture on the floor after male urination is mostly splash out from when the two liquids come in contact. The amount and coverage of the splash out is a function of the concavity of the bowl, the height of the seat, the length of the dong, and the pressure of the bladder. Unfamiliarity with the toilet, or a sudden change in any one of these variables can lead to a virtual hurricane. Based on non-scientific gustatory perception I would guess that the splash out is less then 15% fresh urine and composed mostly of displaced water./This study does not take into consideration the recently visually impaired, teenagers, or drunks.
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garandman1a: As I was peeing off the brigde, I was amazed by how cold the water was.
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