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Your urine is odorless until after it comes out of your body. What you smell then is ammonia, the same stuff you clean with.
Adult men usually pee in a narrower stream than women do because sex and children can affect the women's tissues there. This unusual fact was used to test virginity centuries ago: If a woman peed like a man, she was thought to be a virgin.
Eating beets can turn your urine red.
Vitamin B2 makes it bright yellow.
Certain blue dyes make it blue-green.
L-dopa makes it dark brown.
Rhubarb sometimes makes it brownish or pinkish.
Drinking turpentine is said to make urine smell like a rose, so hundreds of years ago, women would drink turpentine so their piss would smell sweet.