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Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

I've experienced this phenomenon for a few years now without knowing its cause. Basically sometime after dinner I would go take a whiz and get a faint whiff of a combination of broccoli, skunk and road-kill. This would happen every time I'd go to the bathroom that night. Weird, I know. When I was living on Emmons Drive (the first time I noticed this) I actually took the toilet tank cover off to look, and looked in the shower and sink drains to see if anything was backing up.

Yesterday it happened again and I finally figured out what the causes is: asparagus! Rachelle found an interesting article on webmd on this very subject.

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#1 - Oct 17, 2007 at 5:37 AM
That's fantastic in a "glad I wasn't there" kind of way.
I have a pee story too (although not quite as cool as yours). When I eat Total my pee turns super bright yellow. Like, neon. I'm guessing that's because of all the nutrients, because it happens to a lesser degree when I take my vitamin too.
#2 - Oct 17, 2007 at 7:14 AM
haha its funny just the other day cliff was saying one of his favorite vegtables was asparagus b/c it makes your pee smell...He also likes corn because they next day you can say goodmorning kernal...
#3 - Oct 17, 2007 at 10:30 AM
i could have told you it was from asparagus! that's the only downside of eating it but apparently it doesn't affect everyone.

#4 - Oct 17, 2007 at 1:55 PM
I had a friend in high school who told me that he was taking some medication that turned his whiz the color and consistency of orange juice (pulp free though).
#5 - Oct 17, 2007 at 5:34 PM
Robert calls it "aspara-piss". A phenomenon he has known about. I don't even like the taste of asparagus, so I don't eat it, but he will.

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