No! No! No! I've had ENOUGH of pee now ....

@GreenMoo (11842)
January 17, 2013 2:51pm CST
OK, I told you about the guy staying with me who drinks his own pee. That was bad, but I can live with it. Then earlier he told me he was using ten day old pee on his scalp to try and counteract baldness. I could live with that too. But THIS is TOO MUCH!!! I stuck my head round the door of his caravan earlier to retrieve the dog, and what do I see? One of MY wine carafes filled with a suspiciously dark pee looking substance and covered with silver foil!!! If he wants to bathe in his pee that's fine by me, but he CANNOT store the stuff in my kitchenware! I am quite horrified and my mind is now doing a mental inventory of what else I own which could have been used as a pee receptacle. I don't make a habit of checking out visitor's personal spaces, but I am so very glad I did. What should I do? Drown him in his own pee is currently top of my mental list. Ever had a guest who seriously overstepped the mark of what was acceptable?
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@dragon54u (31617)
• United States
17 Jan 13
Soak the carafe in bleach and it'll be fine, although it'll take some time, probably, for you to be able to drink from it! You need to tell this man immediately that it is unacceptable to use anything of yours to keep his urine in. It sounds more and more like he is seriously disturbed so I would be careful of him. He may be harmless but someone that obsessed bears watching. In fact, I would give him a refund for his remaining days and boot him out!
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@GreenMoo (11842)
17 Jan 13
It's a bit too much really, using your host's kitchenware! Thankfully I'm veering towards hysterical laughter rather than homicidal rage, but that carafe will never be the same for me!
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@Asylum (48281)
• Manchester, England
17 Jan 13
I consider myself to be a very tolerant and understanding person, but I have to agree with dragon54u. At the very least I would read him the Riot Act and make it categorically clear that such behaviour stops now or he leaves tomorrow.
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@GreenMoo (11842)
17 Jan 13
I'll be perfecting my Riot Act all night, believe me. I'm not sure I'll be able to read it without laughing though!
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@clv1984 (59)
• United States
17 Jan 13
o wow!! that is really something. I would have thrown him out the second I knew he drank pee. switch his pee with cat pee...i wonder if he'd taste the difference??
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@BarBaraPrz (19829)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
17 Jan 13
...and ho ho ho!
@deazil (4556)
• United States
18 Jan 13
I agree!!!
@McCreeper (781)
• United States
17 Jan 13
Hm, well I never expected this type of discussion to surface.. I don't the guy who drinks his own urine is Bear Grylls? Okay, if the person has money, then why is he drinking his urine? Just the thought of it simply makes me feel revolted.. I'd report this to the police, whether or not it's against the law or not.. It's just absolutely..
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@GreenMoo (11842)
17 Jan 13
I should complain to the police that a visitor has been storing their pee in the household glassware? They'd laugh me out of the station!
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• United States
17 Jan 13
No, but the idea that someone is storing and using their own urine to drink and basically base their life around is rather disturbing. If you'd like, it's more of a public disturbance as it "is a legal offense that involves a person engaging in behavior which causes an unreasonable nuisance to others. While they are typically classified as misdemeanors, its punishment entirely depends on the local government."
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@wolfie34 (26793)
• United Kingdom
24 Jan 13
Ewww that is gross, if he is going to do that he should do it in his own place and have the manners and protocol not to do it when someone has generously given them a place to stay. I couldn't use anything that he had used to store pee in afterwards no matter how cleaned it was. I think your guest has seriously outstayed his welcome to be brutally honest, tell him to pee off, sorry bad pun I know!
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@GreenMoo (11842)
11 Mar 13
he's gone now, thank goodness. And so has the carafe!
@robspeakman (1705)
17 Jan 13
Let me understand this... A bloke is staying with you and he drinks his own pee and you are OK with that the same bloke rubs it into his scalp and you are Ok with that Why are you upset because he uses a jug of yours? What was he using to drink it from anyway? - He wasn't drinking it straight from source was he? I suspect he thought if you do not mind him drinking a urine spritzer or washing his hair in 10 day old pee - why would you mind him using your stuff to store it
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• Mexico
17 Jan 13
oh no... man Id have to shoot someone for doing that. Especiaully in front of me... No non no
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@Asylum (48281)
• Manchester, England
17 Jan 13
This must certainly have been a horrendous thing to encounter because as you have said the first thing to enter your mind would be what else has been used. Even if this is the only occurrence, you will still maintain that doubt in your mind, so the damage has been done. How can anyone show that level of disrespect for someone else's property? Considering the number of uses that he has found for urine and the fact that he still has enough remaining to store, he should be in the Guinness Book of Records for the amount of time he spends urinating in a day.
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@GreenMoo (11842)
17 Jan 13
He's like the dog. I take him for a walk and am forever astonished about how many times he can pee in a short distance! Now you've made me wonder what else he might think up ....
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• Marikina, Philippines
18 Jan 13
Oh my gosh. That is really too much. If I were in a situation, well, I might have psychological affect for having that kind of situation.
@bounce58 (17526)
• Canada
17 Jan 13
I guess you couldn't tell him how you know that your carafe is filled with his pee! But I wouldn't let him borrow any kitchenware anymore. I would even throw that one that he used, or just give it to him. The mind is a funny thing. Even if facts support that pee is sterile, it still wants you to say 'eewww!' when it comes to pee (specially somebody else's).
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
17 Jan 13
WHAT!!! oh no no no that's way to much. talk about stepping over the line! I would let this peron know they have crossed the line. You can let them know that without being super mean or nasty!
@beenice2 (2274)
• Canada
17 Jan 13
I heard about this kind of stuff, and new somebody that thought he could heal himself with a I don't remember which kind of illness he had but, he was drinking the stuff no kidding,if your friend wants to cure himself with his pee I think he's got it all wrong, there is no nutrience that can heal anybody in his pee,if he doesn't want to end up at the hospital and ???? who knows what they are going to tell him. I'm thinking where on earth he took that king of fruitloops idea?
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@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
17 Jan 13
Oh my goodness. I think I'd be asking him to leave after that as that would be putting images in my head of what else or where else he may have peed and not properly cleaned it etc. If nothing else I'd be taking him down to goodwill and getting him his own containers that he can store his pee in.
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• United States
17 Jan 13
Oh no no no no no! I would be hitting the ceiling on this one! I would definitely tell him no way is he allowed to do this, period! That's totally and completely disgusting and you'll probably never be able to use that carafe again with just the thought of this. I say drown the guy too!
@ElicBxn (60884)
• United States
17 Jan 13
ya know, he'd better be contributing a LOT of good stuff cause otherwise he's not worth it!
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@mariaperalta (19096)
• Mexico
17 Jan 13
Oh no, no no. I couldnt take that. Not for this gal. I have read here in mx where they say its good for you.
17 Jan 13
Good for you? How Maria? Would you have a sip if you would life for an extra 10 years?
• Mexico
17 Jan 13
I dont think even with that, I could do it. Not me....
@asliah (11149)
• Philippines
11 Mar 13
if i have a room mate like what you had,i think i will never like it especially when he will put his pee in the kitchen ware because that is for the food,its okay if he will do it in his room and not to my things,what kind of person is your friend.
@GreenMoo (11842)
11 Mar 13
Not my friend! We accept volunteers at my farm and he's one of them.
• United States
25 Jan 13
Ok that's just nasty! I've heard of some King doing that eons ago but in modern times ewww! Who'd store the stuff and behave in such a manner like that at someone elses home? I'd insist he buy you a new carafes!
@GreenMoo (11842)
11 Mar 13
Absolutely! I'll never feel the same about them, however much they're washed.
• Canada
25 Jan 13
Around here a landlord would likely evict someone for unsanitary conditions if they did something like that. If they used their own dishes, and kept it off the floors carpets etc. OK but if dishes were a part of the rental, landlords would evict them for unsanitary use of property.
@GreenMoo (11842)
11 Mar 13
Not really a landlord / tenant situation, but I can't say I'm happy about it.
@willc98 (67)
• United States
18 Jan 13
That is nasty. I watched a program on TV about people with strange addictions and there was a woman who drank her own pee daily for years. She went to the doctor and they said it was hurting either her kidneys or liver I think. So drinking your own pee can be dangerous for your health. I don't understand why he would think it would counteract baldness to put it on his scalp, you should ask him where he got that information from. But hey, at least it's not poop! The worst room mates I've ever had just never cleaned up the kitchen or took out the trash which was annoying because I couldn't stand it and had to clean up after them. Then there was the guy who played the French horn and practised daily when I was trying to study at college; very annoying.
• United States
18 Jan 13
Maybe he feels like he's loosing a part of himself. It reminds me of people who eat their own buggers. Also look at people who are hoarders. They just can't stand the idea of wasting things or loosing things that they can't ever get back. Interesting subject that I haven't been able to figure out.
@MsTickle (24962)
• Australia
22 Jan 13
I've had guests who freeloaded for weeks and wouldn't lift a finger while my partner and I worked full time to feed us all and pay the bills...certainly nothing like what you are having to endure. What this guy is doing goes beyond what is acceptable to me.
21 Jan 13
Lmao!!! This really made me laugh. I don’t know what’s funnier, how mad you are, or the way you told the story lol. I don’t even know how to respond to this, because I have had some guests in my home really taking the proverbial lol, but have never had someone that I had a problem with due to urination. In fact, my nephew (who is 5) peeing on the toilet seat is the closest I have got to pee-orientated guest problems lol! I’m sure no amount of washing could ever make that bottle use-able again haha!