A team of Australian urinators/YouTubers have tackled the decidedly non-trivial problem of automotive urine-extraction systems. Having to pee while driving is a genuine safety issue, and I’ve attempted DIY urine management systems myself. These guys have made one very significant improvement that dramatically helps…
It’s been forever since we’ve had a good round of automotive Would You Rather, right? That’s terrible. You deserve better than that. Let’s get back into this with a brain-molesting question about cars, urine, and mind control. Sound good? Of course it does. You love this crap.
Urine has been blamed for the structural decay of a San Francisco light pole that crushed a car this week. There was no wind, no storm, just an old, rusty pole. Fortunately, the man inside the car was unharmed.
I’ve always felt that if I could change one thing about myself, I’d have a bigger bladder installed. My main reason would be because of driving — I hate having to stop to pee while driving. So, the idea of being able to drive and pee without using to diapers — popular among jealous astronauts — has long been a dream.
When you own a McLaren, the world is your toilet. I think that was McLaren's ad slogan for a while there, and even if it wasn't, it's surely the personal mantra of the pea-bladdered urinator/McLaren MP4-12C owner in this video. I bet he has it embroidered on a throw pillow.
As a lifelong urinator, I like to keep up with all the latest innovations in the field. That's why I was excited to see one of 2011's Ig Nobel awards went to Dr. Peter Snyder, VP of Research at Rhode Island Hospital, and author of an important study called "The Effect of Acute Increase in Urge to Void on Cognitive…
A Lamborghini Gallardo owner who posts on Luxury4Play had the misfortune this weekend of having his exotic car showered on. Except instead of praise, it was with the urine of a drunk and/or envious passerby.