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Go-Guy pocket urinal solves a wee problem

The Go-Guy pocket urinal is a portable way to deal with the issue of having to go when there's no bathroom in sight. Yes, it's a little weird, but at least it's cheaper than a public-urination ticket.

Go-Guy pocket urinal
Take your urinal with you when you go.

Yesterday's story on the Pollee urinal for women stirred up plenty of interest. Now here's one just for the fellas. Ladies, you can go ahead and move along to the next post.

Go-Guy from U-R-IN-Control is a pocket urinal. The device consists of a plastic bag filled with superabsorbent polymer crystals. Open it up, relieve yourself into it, and let it solidify. Seal it up and dispose.

The whole thing comes in a small package that would easily fit in a pocket. A wet wipe is included for cleanup.

It doesn't take much imagination to see where a Go-Guy could come in handy. In a Los Angeles traffic jam. In the middle of an intense Modern Warfare 2 campaign. During a Ryanair flight.

Go-Guy can't seem to settle on a single tag line. "Wip, zip, and clip." "U-R-IN Control with Go-Guy." "When there's nowhere to, go where you are." Really, who can choose a winner from among those many gems?

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You can pick up six Go-Guys for $6.99, or a case of 288 for $199. That's cheaper than a ticket for urinating in public.

Gentlemen, I'm going to ask you the same question I asked the ladies about the Pollee. Would you use a Go-Guy?