Asparagus too

Richard Brooks brooksy at sv.span.com
Fri Oct 24 07:45:41 EST 1997


In article <19971023182101.OAA05546 at ladder01.news.aol.com>
   qdurham at aol.com (QDurham) writes:
>>Perhaps-
>>>"asparagus pee" is a genetic tendency-if you experience this
>>>phenomenon, it's because you don't carry the gene necessary to break
>>>down one of the components of asparagus. Maybe some of the confusion
>>>over the definition of "coffee pee" has to do  with the fact that those
>>>who are not genetically predisposed have no clue what is being
>>>discussed.  I too, look forward to the emergence  of an expert....
>>
>>I didn't know about the genetic aspect.  I have experienced the asparagus,
>>but not coffee, effect. 
>>
>>Dave Starrett
>
>A good friend, after being forced-fed asparagus as a child, suggests one often
> gets what one deserves.
>
>Quent
>
Hmm, what about a "beer pee" expert?



Richard.

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