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  pattipan  |  7

That's what I was thinking, No. 48. Honey, if he's pissing everywhere but the toilet, then he ISN'T 'lovely and amazing.' He's acting like an animal. An animal relieves itself wherever it happens to be without regard to sanitation or the sensibilites of others. A human finds a toilet and uses it. There are people in Third World countries who would love to have the cleanliness, convenience and dignity of indoor plumbing.

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  stevarino  |  2

I don't think 99 was going off as much as stating facts. It's a fact this guy is not lovely and amazing if he's pissing like a dog and it's fact that people in Third World Countries would love the opportunity to have indoor plumbing, which this dope doesn't see as something worth taking advantage of. Really, it's not that hard to line your penis up to a toilet and go. I am no great genius and yet I manage to do it 100% of the time with no problem.

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  Jaxx66  |  21

Larger animals don't normally do their 'business' in their living quarters. He's more along acting like vermin, just peeing wherever he goes- as he feels like it.

By  evaki1  |  12

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By  connerwonner  |  7

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  Arya1990  |  7

Urine is actually good for plants because it has so much nitrogen, as is rain water due to lightning (even if we can't see it). Lightning is one of the only things powerful enough to split the very stable triple bond between the two nitrogen atoms in a normal molecule.

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  TheMathMajor  |  26

Nitrogen is good for plants, but the other salts in urine can draw out the water in the plants and kill them. If you've ever had a dog that likes to always use one spot in the yard to pee, you'd know that it kills grass.

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  TheMathMajor  |  26

I just looked it up. Although nitrogen is essential to plants, too much nitrogen can make grass turn yellow and brown and that's the primary reason why dog pee kills grass, but the salts and acidity also contribute.

By  shoopd  |  19

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By  VictoriaSchultz  |  8

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