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  1. I admit I haven't thought about this before, but now that you have imported the image in my head, I can't deny my interest.
  2. That is not a stupid question at all! It's a good question, and there's clearly only one correct answer: Geri's game. Which is better for throwing at enemies, potatoes or Nokia 3310's? And why is your choice better than the other?
  3. Dang, what an uneducated swine this fat piece of ass is. So yeah, pure pee is NOT sterile. It's not sterile inside your bladder, some people have just thought that way because they obviously had a hard time finding out the molecular consistency of pee before it's exited the bladder. Pee is NOT sterile, not ever.
  4. I've already answered in a related thread, but I'll answer again here, since I seem to have recently re-picked an old habit that I thought I'd already left behind me. When I stress, I sleepwalk, among other expressions of night-time distress. When I sleepwalk, I may or may not have an occasional tendency of peeing in places that are not intended for being peed in. The kitchen trash can seems to be night-me's favourite. Other confirmed locations include: shower, living room corner, bucket, chair, cardboard box, against living room window from the outside (!), in a bag of flour, on kitchen table, under kitchen table, and personal best, on late great-uncle's last surviving cactus.
  5. I'm fat and single. That means I'm an expert at whipping cream. Primp the shrimp, jam the ham, brief to the relief, knead the seed, exorcise/exercise the devise, inflate/deflate the soul mate, bless the distress (or bless what is less, for smaller guys). Take a 30-second break, take a vacation on Banana Islands, take a front crap, take an anti-drink of un-water. ANNIHILATE THE FUTURE GENERATIONS. And my personal favourite: Change the location of your brain.
  6. It was a rather nice story, although I think it contained a bit too much of non-fetish related drama, comparing to the amount of fetish related stuff. At least I like to keep my fetish reads strongly fethistic and have my daily intake of fictional drama from unrelated sources. And either the story didn't have an ending, or then I'm just blind enough to miss the link to following chapters Oh, and there was a diaper messing scene. It wasn't great enough to satisfy someone who likes messing as much as I myself do, it was pretty much just mentioned and not much else. But someone else surely won't like to see even such a small portion of messing. So beware of that, if you're not into it.
  7. That's them chemtrails. It was originally colourless, like pure water. What is the current state? Edit: Oooh, sorry. BENAir01, we answered the same one. My answer to your question is: No we don't. Some see them with a U, some without. My question remains the same: What is the current state?
  8. Fisk

    Messing Section

    Just like that, someone could say: "I am very confused by the statements that kissing the same sex is OK and having exposed homo sex isn't. Heterosexuality is a much more reproductive way of being than, say, homosexuality. Females actually have egg cells while males have sperm cells, and humans are "coded" to reproduce, which (in its most simple form) requires a male and a female to mate. Having children can also increase happiness. So it makes sense that humans biologically are much more likely to be heterosexuals than homosexuals." I mean, it's true, statistically. Statistically, heterosexuality is more common than homosexuality, and judging from the availability of pee and poop related materials, it seems that it's more common to be interested in wetting than messing. But we're not talking about the majority of people here, we're not talking statistics. We're talking about individuals, and catering the needs of all kinds of them. I bet there are porn sites dedicated solely to hetero or homo porn, but what's so bad about one site offering content for all kinds of people? Same thing with fetish sites. Some sites can be only for a narrow group of people who have almost the exact same way of enjoying the same thing, but what's the damage in considering everyone who has any kind of interest towards the major toilet-related bodily fluids? I love this site, and I would like to find more messing content here, and more easily. It seems to me that this site is moderated exceptionally well (and the tags work fine), the community is on the extreme "nice" end on the internet toxicity spectrum, and I LOVE the lack of actual porn and nudity on this wonderful, wonderful softcore site. I respect the leader's/leaders' decision of not adding a messing section at least yet, but I still hope it will be added some day in the future, because I actually prefer messing over wetting, even though I like both. So you can't just say that something shouldn't be added on this site, because people don't like it, because it "doesn't make sense" that people would like it. I like it, and so do many others here. And what comes to "clean" messing vs. scat, the difference is that messing is soft and scat is hard. This is a soft site. I haven't seen much hard wetting here either, such as pee smearing, pee drinking or using someone as a human toilet.
  9. This is a topic where I feel so, so sorry for all the co-fetishists who don't share my mother language. There are some absolutely wonderful ways of phrasing the actions of your bladder or bowel. They just don't translate to most other languages at all. My all-time favourite translates something into: "I had [something] come into trouser", or just "[something] came into trouser". It sounds really stupid in English, but trust me, it's the absolute best sentence in all of existence. Note how there is no real subject in the sentence. The person isn't saying "I peed" or "I had an accident", they're just saying that [the thing] happened, and it kinda makes it sound like they're trying to avoid their guilt about what happened. Also, they're not saying what the thing is, like they're too embarrassed to say "pee" or "poop". They simply drop the active subject from the sentence. Another really great feature of this sentence is the singular use of the word "trousers" or "pants". In my language "trousers" is always plural, just like in English, it's only used in singular in some exceptions. So theoretically the sentence is grammatically incorrect, even though it's a very used sentence. That just highlights how there's something special going on. Some other examples of great sentences that just don't maintain their original feel through translation: "I had some mess come", "happened an accident", and "I had a bit come". These all also work greatly in question form, such as "did you have [something] come into trouser". In English I love discreet, but not overly childish word choices, such as "wet", "soiled", "I already/just went". The term "oneself" is also something I'm really happy about, such as "he soiled himself", because that's something that doesn't really exist in my language. Curse words and expressions of anger are things I don't like in this context. I prefer pure shame instead of shame expressed through anger.
  10. Okay, this is not a widely known piece of info, and it may even sound like a conspiracy, but it's the truth and I may get in trouble for telling you this... But the truth must prevail. The inventor of Mondays is Garfield. He invented a day that doesn't seem like such a big deal (because it is, after all, a day just like any other), but causes slight discomfort in the average arbetare's life. The discomfort is so subtle that you don't even pay attention to it... until you see a person talk about that discomfort in a well exaggerated way, and it makes you realize how you, too, hate Mondays. You start craving the publications of said person, just like hundreds of thousands of other people, which makes this one person raise into fame and wealth as the iconic Monday-hater. (This is also how lasagna became a thing. You could think it was the Italians, but that's wrong info. It was actually Garfield saving his sales with a new, emotional ranting gimmick when the hatred towards Monday started wearing off.) And that is how Garfield gained his current status as a public icon. It didn't happen by chance, it was not just the common man talking about an everyday problem that many identify with. It was a highly intelligent individual creating a problem that he could then talk about to make the masses identify with his opinions and buy his books! Now you know, darling, the power of capitalism. Hopefully they won't come after me for telling you the truth. My question: There are some people knocking on my door. They keep shouting "this is the police, open the door", but when I peek through my curtains, I see they're certainly not the police. Just some weird guys in black trench coats, who appear to be carrying fire weapons. There's like 23 of them in the front yard, and more on the back yard. And they have these really angry looking dogs, and at least 10 vans disguised as ice cream trucks parked on my neighbor's parking spaces. Oh, now one of them turned around, the back of his coat says "Garfield co." So my question is, should I open my door for them? I'd like to invite them in for a cup of coffee, but I don't know, I'm getting the feeling they could be some shady guys.
  11. Oh, sorry to hear that :/ But don't worry, I'm a kind soul. Let's just call it a gift then. You get your pizza, and you can pay me by giving me all the nothing you have.
  12. Ooh, this is a tricky subject. I'm sorry you have to go through this. It often starts off really harmlessly, you don't even notice it. Suicide just inserts itself into your thoughts. You know you're not going to actually do anything, so you don't take it seriously. You joke about it, you keep bringing it briefly up in your casual conversations, and it doesn't mean anything, at least not until you notice that it has started meaning something after all. I'd like to ask you, why do you now feel like doing something like that? Has it just slowly progressed into wanting to harm yourself for no apparent reason, or has something bad happened lately? For me it gets always worse when something bad happens, but that will always pass and I will start feeling better immediately when my stress levels decrease a bit. I never feel good, but allowing myself time to recover from bad experiences, taking care of myself by eating and sleeping well, it makes me feel less bad so that things don't seem that hopeless anymore. What kind of weird are you feeling? Like a stranger to yourself? A stranger to your own life? Like you're watching yourself from outside of your own body? Like you're floating above yourself? Like you're not really there? Mild but unending headache that doesn't go away with painkillers? Vertigo? Difficulty producing speech? Being out of sync with time? These are what I feel when I'm experiencing dissociation, which happens during really bad times. Maybe you don't feel the same, but I just wanted to tell you about my experience in order to offer you a comparison of what it may feel like to some. I can't tell you what it is, but I can tell you that you're not weird. I don't know how you're feeling right now, if it's pain, or confusion, or hopelessness, or something else, but I can tell you that whatever it is you're feeling, it's just your human brain playing the kinds of tricks on you that a human brain can play on anyone under bad conditions. Don't give up and screw yourself over just because your brain has decided to be a bit mean to you. I'd like to recommend you to go to imalive.org. Press "Chat now" and have a word with a kind Alex. It's free of charge and open 24/7. I hope you will find Alex as helpful as I have. I've chatted with an Alex a couple of times, and they always make me feel validated, they really listen to my worries and offer me practical advice on how to help me get through the day. They also offer the (OPTIONAL!) option of giving them your e-mail so they can check on you a couple of days later. And hey, please answer to this. You don't have to say anything if you don't want to, but please answer. If nothing else, then at least tell me what color the grass is, or something.
  13. The average house doesn't have enough storage space for cardboard boxes of that size, and not letting your cat sit in cardboard box is animal cruelty. Speaking of cats, why are some poor fuckers like myself allergic to those majestic creatures? ):
  14. I can make you one for the small price of remembering me in your will :)
  15. Obviously. A lot of people can't enjoy it if it's making another person feel bad. But the question was not about the jobs where you get to enjoy the most omorashi sightings, it was about the jobs where you get to witness the most.
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