• Feb 15, 2007
Of course, just like any sane person would be, we at Autoblog are totally against drunk driving. There have been a few technological nannies cropping up of late lately to help combat the problem, including breathalyzers mounted in vehicles that are wired to the ignition circuit. Thise devices won't allow your car to start until you've passed the test. We won't weigh in on whether these are a good idea or not at this time (personal rights or the rights of others?), but we will show you a new talking urinal cake that's designed to remind men to call a cab or get a designated driver if they have had too much to drink.
The urinal cakes are made in New York, and have reportedly been used by advertisers already. We're not sure how we would react if given an advertisement while we were... ahem, relieving ourselves, but a friendly reminder to drive safely may not be the worst advice in the world, huh?

[Source: Yahoo News]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      When I was in college, one of the student groups had a rape prevention campaign. The cakes in all the urinals around campus said "You hold the power to stop rape in your hand."
      • 7 Years Ago
      I eat them to mask the smell of booze...
      • 7 Years Ago
      how is it that this article makes autoblog and still no mention of the major news from Daytona. oh right it has nothing to do with Schumacher or F1.
      • 7 Years Ago
      This reminds of a joke I read in a restroom, standing at the urinal, written collectively by 3 different people:

      "Don't eat the big pink mint!"

      "Yeah! It tastes like sh*t!"

      "NO! P*SS!"
      • 7 Years Ago
      Not often you hear 'urinal cake' and 'breathalyzer' in the same article
      • 7 Years Ago
      I see this in bathrooms for drugs
      • 7 Years Ago
      I think it would make a great campaign for Penile Extender Devices.
      'Got Length? visit MySizeGenetics.com
      • 7 Years Ago
      If I were a plastic surgeon who specialized in penis enlargement I would start using these for my ad campaigns...

      "Hey there, small fry, you need to see Dr Rosenpenis right now"