How To: Build A Working Urinal Out Of SNES Games

Man, I never thought I’d see the day when I’d wish I could pee standing up. This is totally not fair. Not only is this the geekiest urinal I’ve ever seen (oh wait, I’ve only seen a few of those in my life), it’s also the best use I’ve seen so far for all those old boring as hell sports SNES games.

According to Price Charting, “Building a video game urinal takes about eight hours of labor and costs roughly $200-$250 (not counting the video games).” In order to make this urinal yourself, you’ll need 40 Super Nintendo games. All the games used in this urinal were broken or useless already. No good games were damaged.

Surprisingly, aside from the games, you’ll only need about twelve other simple items to create this. Most of them can be found at the hardware or plumbing supply store. Unfortunately, because of the water pressure and volume needed to operate this properly, it isn’t suitable for most homes. It’s recommended that it only be installed in a commercial setting (bullshit!). I can’t even imagine what it would be like to pee on a video game. There is just something about it that seems like it would be fun. I wonder if there will ever be a girl version. For the full tutorial and more pictures, click over to Price Charting.

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Via: [Geekologie]