Uber arrives in Europe and the cab drivers are pissed. Be careful when you let your kid piss all over our public parks. And Donald Trump has gotten himself into a pissing match with critics over his new building in Chicago. It's (a not totally urine-themed) What's Ruining Our Cities This Week!
After the jump you'll find a video, the first 33 seconds of which contain the best statement ever: The early astronaut urination system used condoms, sized small, medium, and large. But sizes were renamed "large, gigantic, and humongous" when the men would all grab the larges, regardless of their true size. Magical.
According to University of Illinois professor May Berenbaum, men "have a deep-seated instinct to aim at targets" in the urinary sense. Logically, sticking a picture on the back of a urinal will cause men to aim for it like lemmings.
I've peed on a ton of bushes before and I'm pretty sure I scarred those bushes forever. But! If I were to use this filtration system that pumps pee from a urinal to water plants...I'd totally be helping the environment.
The current "gold standard" for tests to determine bladder disease are "invasive" tests—jamming things in peeholes. But there might be a better way soon: A simple, wireless near-infrared spectroscopy device strapped right above your bladder.
As much as I'd love to spend paragraphs on jokes about being peeing their pants, it's a serious problem that affects a lot of people! Pee problems are due to a defective sacral nerve—and now there's a fix.
Google Street view has caught a lot of people doing a lot of things, but is this the first instance of it catching someone peeing on the street?
Sometimes a robot just has to let go of some hydraulic fluid, and it's lucky humans have provided such a convenient disposal area. This awesome robo-sculpture turned up at Lamar University, and the only thing missing from the photo is the reactions of the students who wandered into the men's room and saw the rusty…
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