Pee is the liquid of life – it runs through us all like a yellow brick road.  Turns out urine's more valuable than we thought, and we've been pissing away a fortune in sparkling treasure. We know some of you you like to read Cracked on the can – now's your chance to let it flow while we golden shower you with facts about the world's most wonderful fluid. This pictograph is good to the last drop!

19 THINGS YOU CAN DO WITH PEE CRACKED.COM SOAK ACORNS The aboriginal people of the Columbia river valley used urine to cure acorns, called Chinook Olives by European settlers. Tinkle Treats Acorns were placed in a hole and covered with grass and dirt. Urine from every family member was poured in the hole for the next six months. It was considered a delicacy.

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19 THINGS YOU CAN DO WITH PEE GRACKED. COM PROTECT SOLDIERS During WWI, Allied troops were supplied with face- masks of cotton pads that had been soaked in urine. Piss Protection Your deadly gasses are no match for my pee pad! It was hoped that ammonia in the pad would neutralize deadly chlorine gas attacks.

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19 THINGS YOU CAN DO WITH PEE CRACKED.COM CLEAN HIDES Ancient Romans used urine to tan leather. The ammonia in urine can remove hair and flesh from animal hides. MADE WITH 100% GENUINE ROMAN PISS Stinky Skins Then they used human and dog feces to soften it.

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19 THINGS YOU CAN DO WITH PEE CRACKED.COM BAKE BREAD During WWII, prisoners in a Japanese internment camp wanted to make bread, but had no yeast. They used urine instead. The Yeasty Boys Prisoners filled drums with pee which was boiled down to isolate ammonia carbonate, which can be used as a yeast substitute.

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19 THINGS YOU CAN DO WITH PEE CRACKED.COM LIVE LONGER Morarji Desai, Prime Mini- ster of India from 1977-79, claimed his longevity was due to drinking urine. Не called it 'the water of life.' Liquid lunch Не said urine therapy was a perfect solution for millions of Indians who couldn't get medical treatment.

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