You thought that eBay lot of used Super Nintendo games was a good idea, until you discovered they were all either broken or horrifically outdated sports titles. At least you'll have a pot to piss in, as long as you follow Price Charting's instructions on how to build a video game urinal.

For only $200 to $250 plus the price of 40 old SNES games, you can piss on Nintendo more than Sega did back when Sega was still a company concerned with pissing. I used to think that urinals were the sort of thing you only came across in public restrooms. Now I want one in my living room. In fact, I want one in my living room with a working Super Nintendo attached to a flat screen monitor mounted on the wall above it, so I can pee and play at the same time.

I'm going to need lots of water. Judging by the color of the (hopefully fake) urine in the video, so is that guy.

Hit up the link for step-by-step instructions for creating your own Super Nintendo Family Urination System.

Tired of Your Old, Broken Super Nintendo Games? Piss on Them!

How To Build a Video Game Urinal [Price Charting]