• You may have heard the tall tale that "asparagus urine" is linked to higher intelligence. In fact, it's the result of a simple chemical reaction. Asparagus contains a sulfur compound called mercaptan. (It's also found in rotten eggs, onions, garlic, and in the secretions of skunks.) When your digestive tract breaks down this substance, by-products are released that cause the funny scent. The process is so quick that your urine can develop the distinctive smell within 15 to 30 minutes of eating asparagus.
  • Actually their are tiny alien gremlins that live inside asparagus. While they are in the asparagus their smell is masked but when you pee them out oh baby watch out it really smells. If you listen real close you can hear them scream as you flush them down the toilet.
  • I thought that there is a gas inside of certain vegetables that we as humans eat to make our urine and farts extra stinky, but it may be a chemical reaction. *shrugs*

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