Hoarding is really a modern cultural phenomenon. Once the TV show Hoarders debuted, it seemed like everyone knew someone they could describe as a hoarder; sometimes it's Grandma who can't resist hanging onto everything, sometimes it's just someone who lives among endless clutter.

Whether or not those particular people are clinically defined as hoarders, what seems to be true is that hoarding is on the rise. At least, it's a problem that's being more frequently recognized and diagnosed; just three days ago there was an article in the Washington Post entitled Hoarding is a serious disorder — and it’s only getting worse in the U.S.

But the hoarding of urine is a little different from the hoarding of old newspapers or commemorative Elvis plates. Yeah... it's different. It can cause really disgusting problems for those around you, as you're about to find out in the story below: