Functional SNES Urinal

Waste of Classic Games or clever way to recycling? You be the judge. 

JJ Hendricks is the man behind this interesting use of old video game cartridges. To put the fanboys at ease, Hendricks made sure to point out that all the games used, were all broken and no longer worked.

The urinal took about eight hours of labor and costed roughly $200-250 (not counting the video games).

Not too expensive. Plus, how many times have you wanted to literally take a piss on that Shaq-Fu cartridge you have laying in your closet.

You can check-out JJ’s full tutorial here:
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