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Kegs are usually associated with beer, but imagine a full keg of urine… that’s 15.5 gallons of piss. This is the challenge I have given myself… to drink a full keg of piss. Normally it would take a room full of people working together to finish off a full keg, so doing it alone is a lot of piss to drink!
I expect that most of the pee I drink will be my own, except for any rare opportunities I get to drink someone else’s pee. That will make it take longer, but I don’t mind. I will be drinking my pee fresh, usually straight from a glass. I may mix it from time to time by peeing into a bottle of juice, or into a bowl of soup. I also love peeing on my salad and in my cereal, so as long as I ingest it, I will count it toward the total. I may have to guess at the amount of pee I drink sometimes, but I will always estimate on the low side so when I do finally reach my goal, there will be no doubt that I drank a full keg of piss.
To keep track of how much pee I drink, I am using the Pee Tracker above. The Pee Tracker keeps count of how many ounces of urine I drink. There are 15.5 gallons in a keg, and 128 fluid ounces in a gallon. That means there are 1,984 fluid ounces in a keg. You can follow my pee drinking progress here and on the sidebar.
I estimate that if I drink 12 oz of urine every day, I could finish this challenge in under 6 months. Most likely though, I’ll only drink about 3 oz per day, or 21 oz of urine per week on average, which would take around 18 months to finish. I may also do a few urine fasts, where I drink nothing but fruit juice, water, and most of my pee. That would really speed up the time to reach the goal! Finishing though is a relative term… once I finish drinking the first keg, I’ll move the goal to drinking a barrel of piss. One barrel is 2 kegs, or 30 gallons! Gulp.
I have also challenged myself to eat a gallon of cum. That personal challenge will take quite a bit longer to complete, but it will be loads of fun!