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Pissing Can Be Fun Too

Updated on July 13, 2011

Pee Games

The first school I ever went to was an enlightening experience in more ways than one. In the main I hated it, the food was terrible, the teaching lacking and the discipline very much overdone. Who could think that nuns could be such tyrants. There was very little fun.

The boys urinal was no more than a eight foot high brick wall screened off from the playground by another of a similar height. Here we were not usually watched by nuns. Here was my first exposure to pissing games.

The basic object of the exercise was to direct a stream of urine as far up the wall as possible. Which brick could you hit? I still remember with some dismay that some of these small boys were able send a jet of pee up and over the top of the wall with room to spare. These five year old boys were real piss artists.

Artistry too was the name of the game in times of snowfall when I reckon every male has tried to produce a picture or at least write his name. Hence we have the warning... 'Don't eat yellow snow'.

It isn't just kids games. I daresay every man who has faced a urinal has one one time or another directed a jet of urine at an object floating in the toilet or used his stream to wash disinfectant off the back or a urinal.

The Sega Toylet

Recognising the primeval urge of man to play games while they pee, the Japanese games company Sega launched a series of toilet games in 2011. So far there are four games available.

Graffiti Eraser - This is where a stream of pee is used to remove graffiti.

Milk From Nose - This is a multiplayer game where the stength of your stream is measured against those who pissed before you. I daresay cheats will use high powered water pistols.

Manneken Pis - Measures exactly how much urine you have managed to produce. I can imagine this being quite a popular game in some areas of 'Publand'.

The North Wind and Her - Here you pee to lift a girls skirt. I daresay a bit like the old handle cranking 'What the Butler Saw' only here it will be your pee that runs out before the penny.

Pee Games Demo

Natures call

The urge to empty ones bladder is one which nobody can ignore for too long. As they say 'A bean is a bean but a pee is a relief'. We are going to use the urinal anyway. These games though if located in a bar may be a sufficient inducement for some to have just a few more pints and so pee and play.

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The Piss Screen

Sega were not the first however. The Piss Screen was the first to make an appearance claiming to offer 'an interactive urinary experience'. Far from being just a game however  there was a serious side. It aimed to show whether the toileteer was too drunk to drive and so boost trade for local taxi companies.

Like Sega it works largely by urine hitting a pressure sensitive screen.  

Not All Computer Games

It is not all computer games though. One sometimes comes across Pee Football. In the bottom of the urinal is a small football pitch and goal. The aim of the game is to direct your jet of urine at the small ball and score a goal, or as many goals as you can. Fun for some. 

Pee Football

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The Old Fashioned Urinals Were Not Much Fun

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  • Peter Dickinson profile imageAUTHOR

    Peter Dickinson 

    7 years ago from South East Asia

    Have fun Edwin, I hope you win ;-)

  • Edwin Clark profile image

    Edwin Clark 

    7 years ago from Thailand by way of New York

    I'll be heading to Japan early March. I'll be sure to be on the lookout for pissing games. Thanks for the info!

  • Russell-D profile image

    Russell-D 

    7 years ago from Southern Ca.

    As to the urinal, you're in good company, taking a diuretic one never knows when a strong right now will call. Pretty lady or not, I turn my back and let fly. She leaves, but I always feel like another sip of whatever has been a fair trade off.  In many cases, come out ahead. Ain't growing old fun! David

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    Dallas W Thompson 

    7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

    Perhaps a "life lesson" learned: do not pee into the wind. Life is like that. You decide which way the wind is blowing and then how to accomplsih your goals "going with the wind" adapting what is to your needs...

  • Peter Dickinson profile imageAUTHOR

    Peter Dickinson 

    7 years ago from South East Asia

    dallas93444 - We used pee on ants nests in the desert. It sometimes caused a mass evacuation of flying ants.

    Russell-D - Too long ago to remember even the names of those involved. As to the boat... yes I have done. I admit to being a bit 'pee shy' however so I really have to be desperate. Also a bit of a problem in some bars. I recall recently using a urinal only a yard away from a very pretty lady applying makeup in a mirror.

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    Russell-D 

    7 years ago from Southern Ca.

    So who had the record for furthest pee and what was the measurement? As I traveled around the world, I photo-ed every toilet I came across thinking that was a book. But someone beat me to it. The toilet book is great bathroom reading matter. Off the boat, do ever get the urge to let one go out at sea, of course taking the wind direction into the equation. David Russell

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    Dallas W Thompson 

    7 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

    As a child living in a rural area it was fun to pee in the dirt and spell your name... See who could pee the furtherest... and highest... We had no toys....

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