Feeling an unfettered sense of urgency? You probably have to pee.

Has to pee

Ever feel like you left the oven on, but you’re absolutely sure you didn’t?

You probably have to pee.

Ever feel like you’ve got an important email to send, but can’t remember what?

You should probably pee.

Ever feel like the clock is ticking and you need to find the nearest sperm?

Bathroom’s right there, you should pee.

Ever feel like you should spend more time with your parents before their imminent death?

Go pee-pee.

Ever feel like your body is withering into oblivion and there’s nothing you can do to stop the sands of time?

Pop a squat, you can pee right here.

Ever lie on your deathbed and plead for the end to come?

Pee, buddy. Pee.

Ever feel that the world is coming to an end?

That’s correct.

Vanitas is a type of still-life painting that flourished in the Netherlands from about 1620 to 1650, characterized by objects symbolic of mortality and the meaninglessness of worldly pleasures. Note: artist had to pee.
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