“This project stands to have a phenomenal impact,” student claims.


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A water conservation campaign is offering gift cards to students for urinating in public showers.

Spearheaded by two British students, Chris Dobson and Debs Torr, the Go with the Flow campaign asks students to take their first urination of the day while in the shower, which they share with other students, in an attempt to “save enough water to fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool 26 times over.”

“We’ve done the math, and this project stands to have a phenomenal impact,” Dobson said.

A spokesperson for the university they attend said the school supports “students in their efforts in these initiatives and encouraged all forms of enterprising, entrepreneurial and employability activity.”

As disgusting as this proposal sounds, it’s not that unusual considering how bizarre other proposals by environmentalists have been.

Earlier this year, a university professor called for the incarceration of any American who doesn’t believe in global warming.

“Climate denial remains a serious deterrent against meaningful political action in the very countries most responsible for the crisis,” he asserted.

Written by KIT DANIELS
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