Being of the female gender, one would be certifiably insane as to not appreciate ‘the woman.’ Having been endowed with an anatomy revered, celebrated and iconized by artists and perverts alike, the female gender is truly special.
However, having said that, there is one asset a man has, an asset to be envied, an asset most practical, comforting and oh-so-kick-ass…
Upright urination, aka ‘pee standing up’.
Though a woman can strategically position herself to do the same thing, it is not the same as having the equipment strategically designed to do that.
Case in point: the drunken stupor night.
According to no scientific study, under the influence, women must exercise five times the focus to control their spatial sense of navigation in order to strategically achieve upright urination.
Given the Parietal Lobe’s incapacitated function under such intoxication, this renders the task nearly impossible, ranking only second to the actual feat of Denzel Washington horizontally flipping the plane in Flight.
And if you haven’t watched Flight, you should.
Now, let us observe the male of the species. With an anatomical device already designed to enable upright urination, very little mental exhaustion is required, leaving the male mind to focus on more pressing matters such as the re-rack of the testicles, ball frolicking and the gender-popular, ‘borborymic pastime’, which for some reason is best enjoyed during the suffocation of a significant other under the bedsheets.
There is also a very economical edge to upright urination, that being the ‘wiggle and zip’. Whereas women consume thousands and thousands of plies of toilet paper, men need only shake left-right, right-left, finishing their business without having contributed to the endangerment of a single tree.
On a sociological scale, women, if naturally enabled to achieve upright urination, could put to use their mastery at multitasking, saving many couples from traumatic fights. By simply placing a urinal directly under the mirror, women would thus primp and pee simultaneously, therefore allowing men quicker morning access to the lavatory.
In short, upright urination is a brilliant function of which the female will never know short of an assisting device. Alas, how terribly sad… perhaps had she been able to achieve upright urination on her own, Gloria Steinem standing up would not have been so obtrusively painful.