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SNES Cartridge Urinal is Perfect for Piss Poor Games

by Shane McGlaun
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Back in the days of the Super Nintendo, I think we can agree that many of the games weren’t worth a piss. The sports games were the worst when I was a kid. The only games that I ever seemed to find around were football or baseball video games that were boring. I was more the racing game type or Super Mario Bros. type.

If you have a bunch of old games that you really don’t like or just don’t work and you need to make something geeky, this is it. This urinal is made of old SNES cartridges and some other supplies. The finished product is a urinal that you can pee on.

The thing I see about this is that if you make a mistake sealing up all those gaps, you will end up with pee everywhere. It also looks like this urinal is very likely to overflow. A urinal overflowing on your shoes is one of the few things guys fear in the public restroom. You can make your own game urinal for about $250 and with eight hours of your time.

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