"Pee Pee Boy?" It's a small clay statue of a naked boy, designed to tell you when your morning coffee or tea water is hot enough. You soak this statue in water for a few hours (or overnight,) and when you wake in the morning to boil water for coffee or tea you pull him out. After drying him off, you pour your hot water directly onto his head and if he decides to "pee" you know your water is hot enough! "Pee-pee boy" was clearly the most accurate name that could be given to these figurines. Maroon-colored and about five inches tall, the clay statuettes represented a young, Buddhist monk-looking boy, clothed except in one key area. Can you guess where that area was? If you guessed the pee-pee, you're right! There they were, for all the world to see, little pedophilic figures which were apparently a key facet of Chinese culture. Best of all, there was a tiny opening at the tip of each little clay penis. It was this peculiar aspect of the pee-pee boys that the tea ladies were about to demonstrate. It turned out that if you dipped the pee-pee boys in cold water until they filled up, and then poured hot water on top of them, the pee-pee boy statues would launch a wickedly impressive stream of water out of that aforementioned tiny opening, thus simulating a young Buddhist monk taking a much-needed piss, perhaps after chugging some fermented yak's milk. It would be one of the most hilarious things you had ever seen... How to have fun with "Pee Pee Boy" The first time you play with your Pee Pee Boy, soak him in hot water for 5 minutes, or until the air bubbles stop rising. (You only need to do this once, when he is brand new.) Then soak him in cool water for 1 minute. Pour some hot water over his head. (Peeing distance depends on how hot the water is) Get out of the way and watch him Pees!!!!!!! To play again and again, just put him in cold water & start over.