‘Privi-Pee’ story leads to hilarious WGN anchor chat about bathroom habits

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It all started with a story about the "Privi-Pee" -- a cloak-like invention designed for men who get a little anxious at the public urinal.

After WGN's Larry Potash finished reading the story, a conversation started about using the men's restrooms at Wrigley Field, and whether or not certain types of "potty" humor are high-brow or low brow...

Honestly, you just need to watch the clip -- until the very end!

Check it out in the player above.

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