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    eucoloco reacted to DerivativeWings for a blog entry, The Lapointe-Cooper Scale of Urinary Urgency   
    The Lapointe-Cooper Scale of Urinary Urge is a fictional method used to measure how desperate a person is to pee. People rating themselves on a 1-10 scale works well in day-to-day life, but this metric is intended to be a little more specific.
    The way the scale functions is a little different from most other metrics of desperation. For example, a person doesn't need to reach 5 before they wet themselves. If they have a weaker bladder or are surprised, they may very well wet themselves way before then. Conversely, a person with a very strong bladder may stay at 2, 3, 4 or even 5 for a very long time. If you need to pee right as you read this, you can try rating yourself!
    Lapointe and Cooper were presumably the last names of the scientists who invented this scale. Their experiments must have been very interesting to people who enjoy omorashi, that's for sure!
     
    The Lapointe-Cooper Scale of Urinary Urge
    The Lapointe-Cooper scale was developed as an attempt to accurately measure urinary urge. Unlike more traditional measurements such as ml contained in the bladder, it instead relies on the subjective reports of individuals who feel the urge to urinate. Note that wetting may occur at any point during this scale, its purpose is to measure urge which does not always align with a person’s longer-term ability to hold. For instance, a person at stage 2 could feasibly wet themselves if they were shocked or frightened. Similarly, a person with a weaker bladder may consistently wet themselves before they even reach stage 5.
     
    1: Subject feels no urge
    2: Subject feels occasional urge
    3: Subject feels constant urge
    4: Subject feels constant urge or occasional urge, and occasionally needs to apply additional effort to avoid wetting
    5: Subject feels constant urge, and constantly needs to apply additional effort to avoid wetting
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