People Imagine Which Other Liquids They'd Prefer To Pee
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Have you ever wished you could pee a different liquid?

No?

Well, just give it some thought.

What if you could urinate something which could actually help others, or something which could ease your financial burdens, akin to the goose who laid the golden eggs?

Then too, what if you could change things up, and pee something a bit more interesting than the customary pale yellow urine we currently produce?

Redditor aggles_N533PA encouraged the Reddit community to allow their imaginations to go wild, when they took to Reddit to ask:

"If you have the ability pee whatever liquid you want, what would you like to pee?"


Antibacterial qualities

"Horseshoe crab blood."- Outnabout3535325

Just the simple stuff

"Water."- eeyorex

Saves money, and could put an end to drilling!

"If it did not hurt, I would be peeing pure gasoline."- Tink2013

"Ethanol so I could piss in my pants and it would go dry again after like a minute."- xaomaw

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Two birds, one stone!

"Toilet cleaner."- Loriol_13

"Liquid gold."

"Not literally liquid gold, but the wood cleaning spray."- PoopMuffin5

To quench one's thirst

"Baja Blast Mountain Dew."- weavejer261·

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Instant genie!

"A million more wishes."- johntwoods

Saves a trip to Staples!

"Printer ink."

"Undie dribbles could be a problem though."- MadMikey6

"Printer ink."

"One of the most expensive things in the planet."

"If not having to be real, then fountain of youth water so I could be young forever."- Catshannon

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It's a very interesting idea, that urinating could actually accomplish more than relieving oneself.

Even if this might also require some alternatives to conventional toilets...

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