Urinal Video Game Keeps Score On Ballpark Scoreboard

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The Lehigh Valley IronPigs – a Triple-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies – want to make the bathroom more fun and healthy for men. They are adding video game screens to the urinals at their stadium that will be controlled by the user’s urine stream.

Yep, guys your whiz controls the game!

Clearly in an effort to play to the stereotype men have underdeveloped frontal lobes — the team is going to give fans the chance to become “famous” for their skills by allowing players to put names to their scores and displaying them on the big screen at the ballpark.

Wow, guys finally you could have your names displayed at the top of the scoreboard for everyone to see! This would make most men want to drink more and most women roll their eyes and shake their heads.

Could the Rays and Tropicana Field be this high tech? Please?!

The games are sponsored by the Lehigh Valley Health Network, which says it aims to raise awareness of prostate health in men. Get it everyone? The man’s urine stream strength controls the game, higher score equals better Prostate health


Click in the following link for the full story: Story via CBS Chicago

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