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DesperateQueue last won the day on November 18 2019

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  1. C B D A But the real question is where is Fiyua’s spot in that bathroom line at that time?
  2. Did you intend to mention how many bathrooms or stalls there were, or was that another question you wanted to ask?
  3. I kind of wonder if a similar situation could happen in schools or other places this year because of COVID-19. I could see something like “yeah, I know there are some empty stalls, but you’re going to have to wait in line 6 feet apart because we can only have one person on in the bathroom at a time.” This upcoming school year is going to suck for many people if that’s the case. They might be better off with virtual learning in that scenario.
  4. I've been to schools were certain restrooms were closed for an indefinite period of time because of smoking, vandalism, or something else. And I see two sides to it. One is that you don't want to let just anyone out of class to use the bathroom because a) it's a disruption b) they miss instruction time and c) you don't know if they're doing something illegal or might be the victim to someone else doing something illegal. However, I also don't see how you can have a policy to where they can never be late nor use the bathroom during class, and especially if they lock a lot of the bathrooms, thus making it virtually impossible to go to the bathroom and get to class on time, because a) there's more likely to be a line and b) even if there wasn't a line, depending on the location of your classrooms, lockers, and the restroom, there isn't enough to travel to the bathroom and then to class in 4 or 5 minutes. It's one thing to hold it past our limit for another 30 minutes or so on occasion, but if you have bursting to pee and have to wait a full 3 plus hours after that, then something is clearly not right. While they may say that they are not "technically" denying you the chance to us the bathroom for 4 plus hours, in a way they are, if they close most of the restrooms and only let you go during the 4 minutes between classes. About the only way you have a chance to get to the bathroom before the line builds up is if you are coming straight from a class next to the bathroom, and even then, you might not have enough time depending on where your next class is or if you need to make a locker stop. I don't know that I personally have seen a bathroom line longer than a people while in school, but it probably has happened. And you're right, it's not fair. But life isn't fair in general, especially since this coronavirus pandemic started a few months ago. And I don't know which places allow people to use public bathrooms right now, but I think that there are too many people that are pulling the "you can't make me wear a mask, I've got rights" attitude. I believe in people having rights and freedoms, but that only goes so far. You can't be irresponsible and do something that might make yourself or others sick in a time like this. It's slightly off topic, but it's another example of how life isn't fair.
  5. Surely, you weren’t the only one with that problem though. Do you know what happened if one of your classmates came in late or asked to use the bathroom during class time?
  6. And how much time did you have for lunch? It seems to me if you had to wait 20 minutes to pee and lunch was only 25 or 30 minutes long or something like that, that you had no time to eat lunch after peeing. How did you deal with that? It seems to me that a school could get sued for closing down all the bathrooms except one and essentially saying that students can only go between classes or at lunch, which essentially means with the long lines having to choose between being late, peeing their pants, and/or missing lunch. If only one girls bathroom is open and all the boys bathrooms are open, that's a potential lawsuits waiting to happen. I mean, yeah "technically" they're giving you an opportunity to use the bathroom between classes, but "not really" if there is almost always a line and you only have 4 minutes between classes. How long were your class periods, and how many class periods were in the day?
  7. That's awful. And what would happen if you decided to wait in line to pee and were therefore late to your next class because of the line?
  8. For school (such as high school), did you ever have a situation where you were desperate to pee during one of those 4 minute passing periods between classes, but the line was too long to wait in? If so, how did you deal with it?
  9. Good question because I have often wondered this myself. To be honest. I don't know if I really witnessed that at school, because at that stage of my life (granted it was over 20 years ago) I tried to avoid the school restrooms because I've heard a lot of of horror stories about them (not sure if they were true), though there were times where I did go. I can only really command on the boys bathroom, and there were rarely any type of line, but that also depends on the school and the size of the bathroom. I especially don't like to to #2 in public, so I can't really comment on how many boys stalls were available. What I do know is that as a general rule in middle school and high school, there was this five minute break between classes to get from point A to point B, and if you needed to go to your locker, bathroom, or get a drink, you had to do it in that 5 minute period, and our classes were usually around 50 minutes long. If you were late to a class without a hall pass, you might one or two "freebies", but after that, there was some type of consequence. Also worth noting is that as a general rule (at least in middle school and high school) , you weren't supposed to leave class to go to the bathroom, although some teachers were more lenient on that than others. In those days, I have occasionally heard some girls get to a class late and say that they had to go to the bathroom and there was a line, but I don't know how true it was or how long the line was, and I don't know how often it happened. I could believe that there were lines in the girls bathrooms at times because they have to sit down to pee while guys can quickly pee, wash their hands, and get out. Nowadays, some schools have block periods that could be 90 minutes or longer, but a little extra time between classes, so I don't know how big a deal it is now. If class periods are longer, maybe the allow for a "bathroom break" halfway through class, but I don't know. And with the situation on covid cases throughout the world (at least in the U.S.), I would guess they won't be seeing any long bathroom lines anytime soon, because most people will do virtual learning. You may have seen some of my bathroom line scenarios on various forums, or on my personal blog. I'll spare you the long details (that's for another post later), but I have often wondered if anyone (more likely girls) had to deal with a scenario similar to this: One or more girls are desperate to pee but can't go during class, so needs to go during the 5 minutes between classes. But bathrooms certainly aren't by every classroom, so it might take a minute or two to find a bathroom, and then there might a line of say 4 or 5 girls ahead of you. Doing simple math, it would seem reasonable that it would take each girl at least a minute to get in the stall, pee, and get out, and longer if they have to do #2. Anyway, let's suppose a girl named Emily is in this situation and is about to pee her pants, and it takes about 2 minutes to get to closest bathroom, which only has 3 stalls, and there are 4 or 5 girls ahead of her in line. Meaning, she has 3 minutes to wait in line, pee, and get to class on time. It's almost an impossible situation because Emily is about to pee her pants, but there is a line and she can't be late to class and also can't use the bathroom during class. So does she wait in line and pee and be late and deal with the consequences, or does she head to class without peeing and pee her pants (or some other undesirable option) during class. Just keeping the math simple, you have to assume she'd be waiting in line for at least 1 minute and a half, and then it takes at minute to pee (boys might be able to pee in less time, but for girls I'd think it's almost always at least a minute). Odds of here waiting in line to pee and then get to class on time are pretty low, especially if she washes her hands after that (like she should, especially in times like this). As far as whether or not I have physically seen a bathroom situation like that in school, I can't say that I have. I could believe that it can happen, but I haven't seen it. Granted, I have seen some girls grouped together just inside the bathroom door (in places where the doors don't automatically open and close), which leads me to believe there might be a line, but I don't know because they may be just there to chit-chat. If a school is hard-core on wanting to limit bathroom trips during class (because of disruption to class, loss of instruction, or smoking, raping or other abuse in the restrooms), then it would seem logical to think that the bathroom lines between classes would be longer in those scenarios, which means somebody will be late and get in trouble. Assuming such a line does exist, as I had suggested with Emily earlier, I don't know how she could deal with it. If she didn't have to go that bad, she could wait another hour, but if she's about to pee her pants she needs to pee now, which probably means being late to her next class. And with each girl getting her relief, her desperate need to pee gets even worse. Ideally, people should go to the bathroom before school, at lunch, and after school so that they don't have to deal with such an impossible situation between classes, but sometimes your body is on a different schedule and you have to pee in the middle of your second class.
  10. This is a little bit out of date, but I decided to re-open this poll again and see if anyone else wants to vote or has any comments. This was before social distancing became a "necessity", so the answers might be different now than they were intended to be back then.
  11. I don’t know how schools and other businesses can function in the fall. Even if they change the bathroom policy to let one person at a time go during class to prevent long lines between classes ( or any time), there is also the factor of trying to get from point A to point B in X minutes, and whether they use the bathroom or not, it’s still way too many people way too close together, even with masks. And then there is the concern about classroom social distancing, how to deal with lunch, and buses.
  12. Before I get involved ina any more possible bathroom line scenarios, I am curious with the suggested social distancing guidelines of 6 feet apart and/or wearing masks, how long the lines would need to be "in physical length" or the bathroom. Furthermore, it doesn't necessarily have to be a bathroom line either. I could be line at the DMV bureau, retail chain, fast food restaurant. But how is it physically possible to keep control in a line situation if there are more than 4 or 5 people waiting? Not only that, but relating to bathroom lines, you don't know what kind of "germs" on on the toilet seat from the people who used the stall or urinal before you, so how much do you need to clean it? And since everyone needs to wash their hands to keep this vivid-19 virus from getting out of control, that can make bathroom trips take even longer, and depending on the setting, possibly longer lines. Or maybe there are very few people getting out to where lines of any kind (bathroom or otherwise) aren't very common, but in the United States, it sure seems like people don't seem to want to obey the social distancing guidelines. Just something to think about.
  13. Well, I do have a blog about bathroom lines, but it’s not necessarily the best well-written. I am trying to work on that. There are probably sources out there that are better, but this will give you something to look at for now.
  14. First of all, a little background on why I have tried various scenarios of girls bathroom lines in a middle school or high school setting. I'm not real crazy about talking about girls on their periods or having diarrhea or or Chrohns, or throwing up nasty stuff like that. But it is natural for everyone to have to pee, and i thought it would be more interesting to talk about how girls can deal with it, because all other things being equal, girls can't hold it as long as boys can, and it also generally takes them longer to pee for obvious reasons I shouldn't need to get into (such as the not having a penis so they have to sit down to pee). But I've always though it was interesting for an attractive teenage girl, or a group of them to be desperate to pee and encounter a long bathroom line and wonder what they need to do. And I know some schools have silly policies that don't let students be late, but that they need to use the bathroom between classes because they can't go to the bathroom during class either. So I thought in my head that the best way to talk about this type of scenario is in a school setting where there are generally only about 5 minutes between class (some schools have more, and some have less, but I used 5 minutes in my example), and since they can't use the restroom during class, they need to go between classes, and if everyone that needs to go to the bathroom tries to go between classes, that could lead to long lines, which means somebody will either be late or have to hold it another period, because they can't use the bathroom during class. If they're that desperate, they obviously can't hold it another hour, and it has clearly been said that they can't be late. And I thought I'd use an example where there were three toilets (I could have said 5, I could have said 7), but I wanted to make is a scenario that there more girls ahead of them in line than there were stalls, plus you have to figure that those stalls are already occupied as well. The reason is because most likely, if there are only 3 stalls available, and 5 or more girls ahead of you in line, plus the girls in the stalls, and you are desperate to pee, and there are only five minutes between classes, you have a problem. Have to consider that it likely takes each girl at least a minute to pee. And I picked it to happen in a school setting with teenagers, because I think that teenage boys really get "turned on" when they know that a "hot" attractive girl (maybe even their girlfriend or crush, as in your example) is desperate to pee. And even more so when they can't go because of various reasons. Of course, I would really wish that to happen to anyone in real life, because it can be embarrassing, but it is kind of "interesting" in a "fun" way. The guy probably thinks it's funny, but the girls involved probably don't. Basically, when the dismissal bell for the end of class rings, it's a race to see who can get to the bathroom first, and the ones that don't get there first are going to have to wait in line and hope they have enough time to wait in line, pee, and get to class on time. If this situation were to happen in a school setting in real life with such silly rules, I would probably pee and be late, and if they asked why I was late, I would tell them the bathroom line was too long and I was about to pee my pants. But I don't know if a situation like this has ever actually really played out, but I have made a set of circumstances to where it's possible to where "this could actually happen". And this is one of those circumstances: 1) Three stalls in the girls bathroom, and five minutes between classes. Each class period is 50 minutes long, and there are 6 of them. Lunch is between 4th and 5th periods, but the only other breaks is the 5 minute transition period between classes. It will take each girl at least a minute to pee, including changeover. But if they are desperate (which most of these girls are), it will probably take longer. This means that each stall can probably be used by a maximum of four girls during a 5 minute break, which means a maximum of 12 girls can use the three stalls combined. So if there are 15 girls in this area of the school that need to pee, then some of them are either going to have to find another bathroom, wait in line and be late, wait another class period, or pee their pants. 2) Each girl might be wearing a skirt, blue jeans, shorts, or something else, but regardless of what they wear, it will be noticeable if they pee their pants. 3) None of them have a spare set of clothes to change into (not good), and none of them really have to do #2 (thank goodness). 4) For the four freshmen girls at the end of the line, they had to travel a long way to get to the bathroom, and although the bathroom is close to their next class, asking for permission to be late to use the bathroom will not work. 5) Cutting in line is not allowed, regardless of desperation. Peeing in a water bottle, sink, trash can, floor, desk, or chair may or may not not be allowed either. 6) Any girl that is late for any reason (long bathroom line is not a valid excuse unless one or more of the toilets are stopped up, which we will assume is not the case) will face detention, and their parents will be notified about it. 7) Elizabeth ends up being late because of the long line, Jennifer and Jessica both leave the bathroom to get to class with about a minute left before class. Jennifer tries to ask to use the bathroom during the next class, and Jessica pees herself during the next class. But before they leave, Laura pees her pants while waiting in line at around the 3:30 mark. 8 ) Not that it plays a major role in the story, but the four boys (Peter, Paul, Bill, and Fred) were also in the same third and fourth period classes, and they also had to pee between third and fourth periods, but they were able to pee and get to class on time because there wasn't much of a line in the boys bathroom, and they could quickly unzip, pee, and leave (sometimes they may not even wash their hands, which is sad). This is how the bathroom line looks from start to finish, including the girls that came in before the line built up. Previous girls involved (in most cases, their desperation was about a 5 or 6 out of 10): Heather--got to an open stall 15 seconds after previous class ended Michelle--got to an open stall 20 seconds after previous class ended Heidi--got to an open stall 25 seconds after previous class ended Stephanie--got to the bathroom about 40 seconds after previous class ended, and was blue to enter a stall at around the 1:15 mark Tiffany--got to the bathroom about 45 seconds after previous class ended, and was able to enter a stall at around the 1:20 mark (one girl ahead of her in line). Tina--got to the bathroom about 50 seconds after previous class ended, and was able to enters a stall at around the 1:30 mark (two girls ahead of her in line) This is how the bathroom line looked at around the 2 to 2 1/2 minute mark: Angie (18 year old senior, desperation 8 out of 10, arrived to the bathroom at at the 1:00 mark, which means one minute after the previous class, so she had four minutes to wait in line, pee and get to class on time. There were three girls ahead of her in line when she first entered the bathroom. Was able to enter a stall at the 2:20 mark) Brandy (17 year old junior, desperation 8.5 out of 10, arrived at the 1:15 mark. Was able to enter a stall at the 2:40 mark) Courtney (16 year old sophomore, desperation 9 out of 10, arrived at the 1:30 mark. Was able to enter a stall at the 3:00 mark) Danielle (15 year old sophomore, desperation 9 out of 10, arrived at the 1:45 mark. She will wait it out no matter what) Caitlin (15 year old sophomore, desperation 9 out of 10, arrived at the 1:50 mark. She will wait it out no matter what) And then for the four girls that are in both classes together (keep in mind there were 5 girls ahead of them in line when they entered, and at the 3 minute mark with two minutes left before class, there were still 2 girls ahead of them in line when Courtney entered a stall. Also keep in mind that these girls actually needed to pee pretty badly since about halfway through the previous class but were not allowed to go). Elizabeth (15 year old freshman, desperation of 9.5 out of 10, arrived at the 2:00 mark, She will wait it out and be late to her next class). Jennifer (15 year old freshman, desperation of 9.5 out of 10, arrived at the 2:05 mark, and gives up and heads to class without peeing at the 4:00 mark) Jessica (14 year old freshman, desperation of 9.8 out of 10, arrived at the 2:10 mark, and gives up and heads to class without peeing at the 4:00 mark.) Laura (14 year old freshman, desperation of 9.9 out of 10, arrived at the 2:15 mark. Pees her pants while waiting in line at the 3:30 mark)
  15. First of all, a little background on why I have tried various scenarios of girls bathroom lines in a middle school or high school setting. I'm not real crazy about talking about girls on their periods or having diarrhea or or Chrohns, or throwing up nasty stuff like that. But it is natural for everyone to have to pee, and i thought it would be more interesting to talk about how girls can deal with it, because all other things being equal, girls can't hold it as long as boys can, and it also generally takes them longer to pee for obvious reasons I shouldn't need to get into (such as the not having a penis so they have to sit down to pee). But I've always though it was interesting for an attractive teenage girl, or a group of them to be desperate to pee and encounter a long bathroom line and wonder what they need to do. And I know some schools have silly policies that don't let students be late, but that they need to use the bathroom between classes because they can't go to the bathroom during class either. So I thought in my head that the best way to talk about this type of scenario is in a school setting where there are generally only about 5 minutes between class (some schools have more, and some have less, but I used 5 minutes in my example), and since they can't use the restroom during class, they need to go between classes, and if everyone that needs to go to the bathroom tries to go between classes, that could lead to long lines, which means somebody will either be late or have to hold it another period, because they can't use the bathroom during class. If they're that desperate, they obviously can't hold it another hour, and it has clearly been said that they can't be late. And I thought I'd use an example where there were three toilets (I could have said 5, I could have said 7), but I wanted to make is a scenario that there more girls ahead of them in line than there were stalls, plus you have to figure that those stalls are already occupied as well. The reason is because most likely, if there are only 3 stalls available, and 5 or more girls ahead of you in line, plus the girls in the stalls, and you are desperate to pee, and there are only five minutes between classes, you have a problem. Have to consider that it likely takes each girl at least a minute to pee. And I picked it to happen in a school setting with teenagers, because I think that teenage boys really get "turned on" when they know that a "hot" attractive girl (maybe even their girlfriend or crush, as in your example) is desperate to pee. And even more so when they can't go because of various reasons. Of course, I would really wish that to happen to anyone in real life, because it can be embarrassing, but it is kind of "interesting" in a "fun" way. The guy probably thinks it's funny, but the girls involved probably don't. Basically, when the dismissal bell for the end of class rings, it's a race to see who can get to the bathroom first, and the ones that don't get there first are going to have to wait in line and hope they have enough time to wait in line, pee, and get to class on time. If this situation were to happen in a school setting in real life with such silly rules, I would probably pee and be late, and if they asked why I was late, I would tell them the bathroom line was too long and I was about to pee my pants. But I don't know if a situation like this has ever actually really played out, but I have made a set of circumstances to where it's possible to where "this could actually happen".
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