Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Dr. Grumpy's gift guide

Ladies, how often have you wanted to pee standing up? Well, now you can!




Yes, with the GoGirl funnel you can whiz without having to touch that disgusting thing on the toilet seat. It's ideal for camping, road trips, and bypassing that long line at the ladies room. Simply walk up to a mens room urinal (there's always one open) and strut your stuff!



The Go-Girl is available in lavender and camouflage colors. And has the awesome tagline "Don't take life sitting down."



22 comments:

Julie said...

I first found these online about 2 years ago .. never did get around to ordering one - but I can see the use especially out in the bush with no conveniences in sight!

peace said...

OMG I though you were joking. That is hilarious!

Anonymous said...


Um, no.

Anonymous said...

There is also the stadium pal that is similar though under the clothes and a bladder straps to the ankle for urine storage and warmth.

C.

Lizard said...

"camouflage"

what would that be? Flesh tone? Black to match your tights? White to blend with the urinal?

Packer said...

Gift Guide ? Hey Grumpy, how about you give this to your wife and let us know how it works out for you.

Anonymous said...

Mrs G, Marie, Mary and Annie all have one on their Santa list. Believe me, I have one! And I bet you they will aim more accurately than Frank and Craig, possibly you too.

Anonymous said...

I am woman, here me tinkle.

Anonymous said...

I'd be happy if the females who DO stand would just raise the seat first!

Anonymous said...

Great. So now, if I'm at a bar on Saturday night and I see a person in a dress standing at a urinal, I can't automatically assume they're a guy in drag. Just when I thought I was starting to get this whole "figuring out who in the bar is a transvestite and who's an actual woman BEFORE I take them home" thing figured out...

Margaret Krumm said...

This would actually be pretty awesome. You obviously take your convenient anatomy for granted.

Pe2pa said...

How much did they ave to pay 80s Tina Turner to model the product?

was1 said...

no shit?

Anonymous said...

I admit to nothing--but have you ever been stuck in a snowy rush hour for 4 hrs?!?

Peeing in a bottle in the car suddenly becomes an option!!

Heidi said...

I don't mind telling you, I am tempted to get one. Definitely would be handy in certain situations. Long drives, roadside pit stops...gross facilities. It's the only time I envy the male anatomy.

Anonymous said...

they'd be a good idea on a little sailing boat

Anonymous said...

NO, thank you. The thought of a dripping pepto-bismol pink plastic apparatus handled without gloves with urine stains and uric acid crystals, etc. is not an appealing alternative despite the 15 min. restroom break and men's facilities for 20 urinals and the women's room with 8 toilets at the last cardiology symposium. Did you ever notice how men do not use toilet paper when they touch their wienie to zip their pants? Of course, broken toilet seats and high water levels are not pleasant thoughts either, but the Barbie-doll pink device simply does NOT appeal. (Try to avoid Porta-potties as well, if there is a well-screened bush.)

Anonymous said...

Aerospace device? Honestly, that was my first thought. Reminds me of an early concept for a urinary device for female astronauts which seriously had a spring-like contraption to hold it in place while urinating. This spring-thingy was to be inserted into the vagina and the designer of this device must have had little knowledge of the female form, because the walls of the vagina are not solid, per se, more soft and squishy. http://www.google.co.in/patents/US4986823
http://www.google.co.in/patents/US6342049

Just those two devices make me happy not to be a female astronaut, but also so much more in admiration for the ones so driven to travel in space that they will endure those.

Frantic Pharmacist said...

What do ya do after you use it? Put the pee-soaked thing back in your purse? Oy.

Laura said...

I have one. Got it as a Christmas gift last year, funny enough. I would never use it for a urinal, it's for camping and festivals where the port a potties have been used for days and I don't want to sit! Actually a great tool, IMO.

Laura said...

Frantic pharmacist - it comes with little baggies.

pfongk said...

One of these would be great for hiking, caving, road-trips, concerts etc. Anywhere there's "intersting" bathroom facilities or a queue 30 minutes long.

 
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