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Customer Review:
By SkyGrandma from Buick Springs, WY

Peeing Boy is a little prince. Did not expect him to be so animated. He keeps me company by the pond my late husband made, and I pretend he is one of my grandkids. What a little charmer!

Age: 71-75

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Customer Review:
By Gus from Wichita, KS

Don't be a chump. Spring for the piped version with the recirculating pump. I feel like an idiot for not doing that. It breaks my heart looking at this little guy standing there, holding his thing and trying to pee. I had to hide him under a Tall Landscape Rock until my statue guy can come over to see what's involved with installing a pump.

Age: 41-45

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Customer Review:
By Unclerad from Tempe, AZ

Peeing Boy performed as advertised initially. We plopped him down by our gardens and he did a fine job. Looked great, kept the urine flowing freely. Just gushing. After a couple weeks it stopped peeing. I had to go probing around in his business and found a lot of little leaf fragments. He peed fine again after that, but I would have appreciated a higher quality filtration system. Price is no issue in this matter.

Pros: Looks good doing his thing.

Cons: Prone to blockage in simulated urethra.

Age: 36-40

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Customer Review:
By Jeff

We got a peeing boy for our frat, filled him full of booze, and make the pledges drink up. It works great and really fosters the spirit of brotherhood. Peeing Boy is not only our mascot, he's a full brother himself.

Age: 16-20

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Customer Review:
By 0000000

Pros: Product performs to specifications advertised... and beyond. Subjected Peeing Boy to full battery of tests in my centrifuge, and he remained fully solvent. Also withstood above-lethal levels of radiation and filtration of caustic fluids. Because of this I am confident phase two can begin as planned.

Cons: Would have preferred a choice of hairstyle.

Age: 31-35

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Customer Review:
By newyorksalsaman

Having a hard time filling up the basin with enough urine to get Peeing Boy operating at maximum efficiency. Wish SKymall would just sell urine by the jug. It's hot where I live so the urine I put in there evaporates quickly. Will deer urine work, or will that attract too many frisky bucks???

Age: 41-45

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Customer Review:
By Frank from Palm Springs, CA

My guests just love Peeing Boy. Everyone says Peeing Boy is a blast. Where did you get Peeing Boy? Other such questions. Would like more Peeing Boys but not just boys. Peeing bigfoot, peeing lion, peeing garden pagoda.

Age: 26-30

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Customer Review:
By Yardboss from Atlanta, GA

I'm not exactly a novice when it comes to garden statuary. I have most of the SkyMall suite of garden statues on display in my yard. We're talking Frederic the Little Fisherman, Black Panther, Meditation Grotto of Sorrento, Ocean's Little Treasures, La Passion Grande, Sliding Into Summer. Peeing Boy is by far the best of the bunch. I think when you get down to peeing boy captures our God-given desire to urinate publically without shame. Trying to get up the nerve to follow his example.

Age: 45-50

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Customer Review:
By PeeingMan from Wherever I Want

To the gentleman complaining about urinary blockage: just flush some draino through Peeing Boy and he should be fine. If not, many adult novelty stores sell urethral probes in various sizes. It's a good idea to have a set of those on hand anyway. SkyMall, for some reason, does not sell them.

Age: 31-35

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Customer Review:
By Waterworks from Fort Wayne, IN

If you're going to buy a Peeing Boy statue, make sure your wife is not a prude. She put underwear on Peeing Boy. If you ask me that's even worse. He won't stop peeing his underwear. At least when he's naked he's just doing his business like a normal person. It's not dirty. It's dirty when he's wearing underwear. I want a divorce.

Age: 55-60

– Josh "Livestock" Boruff (@Livestock)

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