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Years of scientific research has proven undeniably the healing properties of urine but what is lesser known is the fact that urine can be also used to fix objects, both inanimate and animate.
Years of scientific research has proven undeniably the healing properties of urine but what is lesser known is the fact that urine can be also used to fix objects, both inanimate and animate.

Latest revision as of 19:37, 15 January 2013

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If it's not broken, don't fix it. If it is broken, try pissing on it.

Years of scientific research has proven undeniably the healing properties of urine but what is lesser known is the fact that urine can be also used to fix objects, both inanimate and animate.

For years people of different cultures have pissed all over themselves and others in the name of medicine and survival and just plain fun. Known to help bites and stings, dry skin and all other human conditions piss is truly the nectar of Gods and can be drank for survival in arid, desolate areas of wilderness or when a 7/11 is not close by.

Not surprisingly the newly discovered ability of urine to solve ALL problems was founded by the golden showering, filth mongers of Horrorcore.com

If a problem is found and presented for discussion on correcting it at Horrorcore.com it is usually found after trying all other options that pissing on the problem will inevitably solve it. It is most commonly suggested by the way of questioning. "Have you tried pissing on it?" for example but if can be more strongly suggested in way of statement rather then query, E.G: Piss on it.


Minor issues may only require peeing on.

Things that can be fixed by pissing on them:

Disk drives

Engines

Lacerations

Odd growths

Ill Pets

Ill People

LCD Screens

XBOX's Red Ring Of Death

Mathematical Equations

Incorrectly inserted Contact Lenses

Burnt Food

Carpet/Clothing Stains

Things that cannot be fixed by pissing on them:

urine (which actually can not be broken in the first case.)

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