Daily Weird #23 The new pee game for men
Drink two large Slurpies, or Beer. Beer is probably best.
I’ve heard boys can be potty trained by having them sink Cheerio’s in the toilet. This apparently works for grown-up boys as well.
A group of Japanese inventors, who I will assume are all men, hooked up with Saga and invented a toilet game called Toylets for urinals. No, I’m not kidding. This is completely true, and as a woman, I’m totally ripped that I can’t play!
So, here’s how it works. First of all, you must have the right equipment to play. This is why I’m bummed out. Not only do I not have the right equipment, it’s my understanding that it’s not possible for me to buy the right equipment either. No one who has it is selling.
Second, you must go to one of only four locations where these prototypes are being evaluated. These all happen to be in Japan, and it’s only until January 31st, so buy your plane ticket now.
Third, drink at least two large Slurpies, or beer. Beer is probably best. Two beers for the beginners, a six-pack for the experts.
Don't let competition lead to sword fighting...
Once you’re completely prepared you may step up to the urinal and begin your game. Please be courteous and make sure the person in front of you has completed his game before you begin. Not being considerate in this manner can lead to sword fighting. Sword fighting is not part of the game, and certainly not recommended.
If you were considerate, then it is now your turn. You may choose from one of four games.
The first is called, Mannekin Pis.(I’m thinking this is probably pronounced Man He Can... well, you get the idea). I am completely not making this up. As the name implies it measures how strong you are, or rather, how strong your stream is. It’s a completely different take on the Strong Man contest.
The second game is called Graffiti Eraser. In this game you use the elimination process to eliminate graffiti. Please do not try to use this to clean up your communities.
The third, and I’m sure most popular game, is called “The North Wind, The Sun, and Me.” The stronger the stream, the stronger the wind. When the wind blows, the skirt on the girl lifts. I believe, however, this game may have to be pulled due to injuries.
The final game is called, “Milk from the Nose” or “Battle Stream”, depending which source you want to believe. I think it should be called “Milk coming out of the end you don’t expect”.
This last game is a multiplayer. You don’t play other guys at the same time because, well, that would just be gross. You do, however compare your…. Score… to the guy who went right before you
The stronger your stream, the more milk comes out of your animated guy’s nose. This isn’t disgusting at all.
Then the strength of your stream is measured against players before you, with the strongest stream causing the milk emanating from the guy’s nose to blow the weaker pee-er out of the ring. If you were stronger than the guy in front of you, and he waited around to see if he got “knocked out” he can always drink more beer and try again.
If you get a really great score, you can even download your game to take with you. You can’t watch your download at non-sensored urinals, so I imagine that you would just watch your awesome game on your home computer and relive the moment.
It just goes to show the creativity that can develop from learning how to sink name brand cereal during potty training.
While I am jealous because I won’t be able to play, I would like to say, to the inventors of this fine Toylet, Way to Go!
More on the Toylet
- \'Toylet\' Turns Bathroom Into an Arcade : Discovery News
A new urine-controlled game, "Toylet," is making a splash in Japan.
- Toylet | GameLife | Wired.com
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