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Leonard Hatred 7:17 Fri May 18
Berocca
Talk to me.

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lincslink 10:06 Sun May 20
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Agreed nychammer I tried it apart from the bright piss in the morning I didn’t notice a thing.

nychammer 7:52 Sun May 20
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Expensive vitamins for paranoid yuppies. Don’t bother.

Far Cough 7:06 Sun May 20
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Occupational hazard for us ermm, more endowed

gph 7:04 Sun May 20
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I think I'm too sensitive to squash my knob that much, even while sleeping!

Mart O 7:04 Sun May 20
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Multi-couloured 'watersports', that's what this all about.

Probably.

Far Cough 7:03 Sun May 20
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Nurse, I've always wondered, do the female sex suffer from the same affliction that men sometimes do of having a split stream due to the glans helmet being squashed during sleep, then while groggily making it to the lav after waking up and thinking you're pissing in the pot, you come to realise, you have missed the target completely with the result of having two puddles either side of the lav?

gph 7:00 Sun May 20
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Ah, the answer to my desire - loads, and loads of poultry, plus something to make me constipated.

King George and Blue Urine What?

King George III is well known for his insanity in his later years, but is perhaps less well known for his blue urine. This probably was not a rousing topic of conversation around the royal dinner table. How do they know it was blue? While it may not have been easily visible in normal urine, it left a ring around the chamber pot. What though, could have been the cause of this blue urine? There are two theories on this. For one, King George suffered temporary, and later permanent, mental illness as a result of porphyria. That prophyria could have given his urine a purple-ish color, that may have been reported as blue. But it seems there was another source perhaps more likely the cause of his blue pee. Surely, the dyes and preservatives we use today were not as prevalent back in the time of King George III. No, but you know what was in abundance back then? At least at King George IIIs table? Turkey and other poultry, and lots of it. Most of us are familiar with the sleepy state we experience after eating turkey. The same chemical (actually an amino acid) that helps creates the sleepy feeling also can cause blue urine. Yes, tryptophan, an essential part of our diet, and found in many foods other than poultry as well, when consumed in doses much higher than normal consumption, can in fact cause your urine to turn a blue color. But not by itself, no, its much more glamorous than that. Normally, the tryptophan would leave your body before it could build up enough to enter into your liver. But lets say you had a way to stop it up say with constipation. Well, then the brewing rotting mass seeps into your liver, which in turn processes in your urine. The doctors of King George III did not understand all this at the time, but they certainly knew the blue ring around the glass of the chamber pot was a bit unusual, and they did record that the king was suffering from constipation. Thanks to their notes, scientists have been able to create this glorious visual imagery that we have today. Now why is this not a part of every world history book the kids read in school?

http://www.urinecolors.com/urine-color/blue-urine

Nurse Ratched 6:51 Sun May 20
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A lovely pink stream?

I have a friend who drinks beetroot juice every day for his 'health'. Now I know the real reason.

Exiled In Surrey 6:46 Sun May 20
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Diaralyte before and another before bed.

Exiled In Surrey 6:46 Sun May 20
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Diaralyte before and another before bed.

Exiled In Surrey 6:45 Sun May 20
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Beetroot juice gives a lovely pink stream.

Garth Algar 3:10 Fri May 18
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Most expensive piss you'll ever have...

Noah 2:19 Fri May 18
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Hi-viz whizz

gph 1:04 Fri May 18
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Deep yellow piss?

How boring.

Loads of stuff does this.

I want something to make my piss sky blue

Swiss. 12:46 Fri May 18
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ooops Maca...not a Beatle

Swiss. 12:44 Fri May 18
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Arginine, Macca, Zinc and multi-vitamins are all you need.

Johnson 12:38 Fri May 18
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Good work, pikey.

joe royal 12:36 Fri May 18
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Pack up smoking and cut down on drinking .

Eating lettuce on tour is easy as the catering is usually very good.

goose 11:36 Fri May 18
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waste of fucking time, your body cannot process that much vitamin C in one dose............ hence the bright orange piss.

eat some fruit & veg if you want vitamin C. have a coffee if you want caffiene.

IsaacHock 10:05 Fri May 18
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Lol @ Pikey

Lee Trundle 9:47 Fri May 18
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Works more of a placebo (which isn't a bad thing) I reckon. Birds and benders will swear by it though.

If you're gonna buy it, buy the Tesco/Boots/Superdrug version as it's exactly the same shit you'll be pumping into your body at half the cost.

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