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female "Traffic Jam" Stephanie Comic

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Illustrating this beautiful story has been on my mind for a long time, probably as long as I've been doing this - if not longer. I wanted to make sure I had a good skillset and lots of practice before I tackled this tale, and after 2 years of drawing girls desperate to pee until their bladders burst all over themselves I've waited as long as I can and have what it takes to do this story justice. That and I pushed it back in favor of sketching the last two Stephanie stories first. I essentially saved it to be the big wet finale of this saga that the mysterious Stephanie blessed us with in 2011. With nothing else holding it back (enjoy puns like that) here is Stephanie's masterpiece, "Traffic Jam". The setup is fairly simple and standard: Stephanie went to the outlet mall and skipped using the bathrooms there expecting them to be nasty. By the time she's heading home, her bladder is nearing a breaking point but she's confident she can hold it during the drive home. However, with a half hour of leg crossing and waiting left to go, traffic comes to a halt. The wait time to the toilet gets multiplied, and to make matters worse she's trapped in this car on a stretch of highway with her mom and little sister alongside. It's only a matter of time before they not only know how badly she needs to pee from her body language, but from the way her body starts to lose its grip on its own bladder as the traffic jam drags on. With no exits to take and no containers in the car to relieve herself into, it's only a matter of time before nature's call gets answered in one of the most embarrassing ways imaginable...

This story - when fully illustrated with some pretend solutions to Stephanie's predicament and an epilogue added on a later post - comes out to 39 pages, one of which is animated to show her bladder finally losing control. As usual with my downloads, there are two folders each containing the same set of pages, the key difference being the pixel resolution of the sequence of pages inside. There is nudity sprinkled throughout, as well as a brief illustration of some banged-up cars (the root of the backed-up traffic) that I hope doesn't offend anyone - a non-injury making fender bender within my adaptation. This story is not included in any of the Stephanie "volumes" but is a part of the complete collection download that is also available. Stephanie has always gone into great detail when describing her desperation and accidents, and I truly believe this is her best tale ever. It's among the reasons I waited so long to adapt it, and I hope what I've drawn and embellished about it will match and satisfy the high bar that our author set when she wrote about this real life account of hers. She suddenly stopped posting after sharing "A Graduation Story" and a story that her sister shared with her, so we can only wonder if she had more to tell or why she vanished. Wherever Stephanie is now, I wish her well and all the best, and hope I can one day repay her somehow for all she's done - for me and this community

The "Traffic Jam" story text that this comic is based on and uses as a framework can be found here: https://www.toiletstool.com/toilet/toiletpostbzk.htm


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   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

Really great story, I enjoyed it! Thanks! ❤️

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   1 of 1 member found this review helpful 1 / 1 member

What a fantastic illustration, I never thought I would buy such  an illustrated story, but I was curious and don't regret it. This one is excellent! A must have for desperation and humiliation fans! Very detailed and beautiful drawn figures. The story itself hits all my trigger point's, a very good choose.

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I rarely purchase Omo material, but I couldn't resist this one. The story's a great pick, and car wettings are one of my favourite scenarios. I love the art style, it really helps to bring the story to life.

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