Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Pee-in-a-can

All the fun without the mess
 
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For those winter fun days, where you can write your name in the snow. Only, this allows the user to "urinate" without exposing themselves! ( yes, this might take the fun out of it for some of you) Also available; Pee-in-a-can in a larger than life sized penis can. Show the world how well endowed you are.
matculv, Dec 02 2002

But is it art? http://www.pieroman...g/EN/works_shit.htm
[mrthingy, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2006]

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po, Dec 02 2002
  

       Unabubba, you are jumping to conclusions. It does indicate a larger than average bladder.
bungston, Dec 03 2002
  

       shesas, I didn't realise urine related ideas pissed people off so much.shesas.
skinflaps, Dec 03 2002
  

       The Can of Pee as described here would be helpful for women, who probably want to write in the snow as much as men do but are less able to do so for anatomic reasons.
bungston, Dec 05 2002
  

       [Bungston], that's a dark place you don't want to go ..... er .... that didn't quite come out how I meant it to. I'll shut up now, shall I ?   

       <Shuffles off in embarrasment, falls down hole has dug for self>
8th of 7, Dec 05 2002
  

       <[8th of 7] notices damp, yellowy patches in said hole - makes 'ew' sound>
Jinbish, Dec 05 2002
  

       "EEEEEeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwww....."
8th of 7, Dec 05 2002
  

       Helen Chadwick and her husband pissed in the snow to make 'Piss Flowers' (see link). I suppose squeamish modern art enthusiasts might find these cans handy on long winter walks.
Ludwig, Dec 06 2002
  

       At first glance, I thought you meant the verbal form of "pee."   

       At least it wasn't genetic engineering in a can.
1kester, Dec 09 2002
  

       Allrighty. the only reason I dedicated this to one of our "kinder, gentler, resident halfbakers " is because at first he was not so kind and gentle. But, we worked that out , and it is all behind us.
matculv, Dec 09 2002
  

       <dipsy>*Erk!*</dipsy>
<tinky>*Erk!*</tinky>
thumbwax, Dec 09 2002
  

       am I missing something here? I remember no such altercation nor any subsequent "working out" I think you have mistaken me for some other tellytubby.
po, Dec 09 2002
  

       come here and say that...
po, Dec 09 2002
  

       [bliss] - watch out, she's got a scooter and she knows how to use it.
PeterSilly, Dec 09 2002
  

       In a similar vein to those self-heating cans of coffee, your pee could emerge steaming in the winter air, for added realism.
CheeseFilteredCigarette, Dec 09 2002
  

       I think it's the fact that it's salty and warmed to body temp that makes pee so effective for writing purposes; any sort of "artificial pee" (I'm thinking salt water dyed yellow?) would have to have some facility for warming; perhaps contained in a flexible bladder held close to the body, under one's winter coat? Delivery could be through a flexible tube with suitable valve for opening and closing; propulsive force could be applied by simply compressing the flexible bladder...
whlanteigne, Jan 05 2003
  

       It's 70F+ here, I've had the doors wide open all day and have been outside feverishly pruning things before they give up on this winter rumor thing and bud out.   

       Perhaps if I had snow, I'd see the point. But when I did live where there was snow, most of it had already been autographed by dogs.
meowhous, Jan 06 2003
  

       You could just imagine the pranks now, or that attempts to gross out people, if the stuff is harmless, then you could just see people picking it up and saying   

       "what was that DONT EAT THE YELLOW SNOW, oh well too late"   

       MUNCH!
UnaSado, Feb 01 2003
  

       <Larson>"Hey, this is lemonade! Where's my culture of amoebic dysentry?"<Larson>
egbert, Feb 01 2003
  

       I'm sorry, I can't resist. Someone once said "A rich man has a canpoy over his bed. A poor man has a can o' pee under his bed." Why can't I forget that?
snarfyguy, Feb 01 2003
  

       But most importantly.. will it pass drug testing?
joycefricken, Mar 09 2003
  

       What's a 'canpoy?'
mrthingy, Mar 13 2003
  

       It keeps better than fresh.
bungston, Mar 13 2003
  

       I use a water bottle sometimes when I am travelling and can not find a toilet fast enough. Then I can pee in public without anybody noticing if I have that rain ponch with me. Just have to remember not to drink from the bottle :) Disposing the contents is easier than peeing in public.
Pellepeloton, Sep 11 2006
  

       Thank you for sharing. <yells off-stage>Next!<yo-s>
NotTheSharpestSpoon, Sep 11 2006
  
      
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