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    Unless you've been drinking a lot of water it'll actually dehydrate you- that's why it says in the survival manual 'never drink urine or sea water. Both will make you more thirsty'.
    Do all buddhists drink urine
    *resists obvious joke along the lines of 'piss drinking pacifists'*

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    Oh great topic...

    So what exactly are you trying to gain from drinking piss? Failed kidneys?

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    It's part of the budhist monk's 'death breath' program where you incapacitate your opponent in a second with the power of your stink.

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    Or it could be done to fake toughness, "look! he drinks his own urine! heīs a badass, better not mess with him!"

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    It could have something to do with humility. It's really hard to have a badass ego in training when you just downed a glass of piss.
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    You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69

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    Speaking as a (confirmed non-piss-drinking) chemist (well, student):

    Urine has urea and other nitrogen-containing wastes, which are not especially great for you and will have to be eliminated again.

    It also contains salts, and excess ascorbic acid, which if you sweat a lot in a tropical country might come in handy.

    In other words, you're better off with a bag of potato chips, but this is probably why, in the tropical countries of India and Thailand, many people drink piss for health. Hell, in India people wash wounds and boils with cow's piss. Fun facts about foreign places!
    I would liken it to the boxing or the muay thai of internal kung fu, even though that's like calling apples the oranges of the apple world. --WalkOn

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    Hmmmmm.... potato chips or urine?
    Tough choice.

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    That's cause it's an antiseptic isn't it? I once read an article in a paper on how to treat gunshot wounds without antiseptic and it recommended pissing on the guy
    insult to injury :D

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    Originally posted by knight_errant
    That's cause it's an antiseptic isn't it? I once read an article in a paper on how to treat gunshot wounds without antiseptic and it recommended pissing on the guy
    insult to injury :D
    "He got pissed on after he got shot"
    "Uou mean pissed off, easy to understand, because if I got shot, I would really fell..."
    "No, I mean -really- pissed ON"


    I know itīs bad, but I like it.

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    If you've seen John Woo's "Bullet in the Head", there's a scene which is censored in all International versions, where the main chars have to prove to a mob boss that they are loyal/badass... In the normal version you think it's whiskey or something.

    In the original cut it showed the guy's bodyguards taking an empty bottle with them to the toilet & returning it with the stuff they had to drink ;)...

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