Too each his own. I prefer a nice big rack in my garage over a pisser any day.
I went for the more conventional dual purpose laundry tub that serves as a pisser too.
That is nothing short of genius.
Yikes that garage needs some stuff in it - looks far too sterile, even with the urinal on the wall.Speaking of urinals, I really want to install one in place of one of the sinks in the double vanity in my son's bathroom when we remodel it one of these days. Should have done it years ago...Urinals and dual flush toilets save gobs of water, too.
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I routinely pee in the yard. It saves water. It feels nice. It fertilizes. It doesn't stink if you do it in moderation and diversify your locations. It's a win-win as far as I am concerned.
Plus, it keeps other neighbors from moving in on your girl.
That is true. My territory is well marked. Thank you.
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A friend of mine who's also in Leucadia installed one of those industrial wall urinals in one small bathroom in his home. One of his lady friends came out of there one day and said. "I really like that foot washer in you bathroom."
helicopter man,Your habit also keeps the skunks away. Make sure you pee where they come under your fence, openings under your house, etc.I am not sure but I think it also works on city council persons, most are of the same genre as the skunks.
The author of this fine blog should do an exposé on the skunks of Leucadia.
How many skunks do you think live in Leucadia? 10,000? 100,000?They are everywhere
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