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DesperateQueue

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DesperateQueue last won the day on November 18 2019

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  1. That's pretty good. I know it was just a fiction, but there are some real life lessons that can be learned from this. Teachers may be reluctant to let students use the bathroom when they say it's an "emergency", because they often go for other reasons. The moral of the story is that if you do have a genuine need to use the bathroom during class, you should politely ask for permission, and then do your business as quickly as possible with no detours along the way and then get right back to class. No texting, no smoking, and not sneaking to the cafeteria to get a snack or something like that
  2. That could actually be an interesting choice if she was to try to pee in a water bottle.
  3. Probably better then some of the alternatives. But what does she say if her next teacher asks why she is late?
  4. Maybe she can make it another couple hours, but based on the scenario presented, I wanted to make it sound like she was about to pee her pants in the next 5 to 10 minutes.
  5. Interesting. But I'm not quite sure I understand what happened in the end. In real life, did she make it to a bathroom, or did she pee herself?
  6. Hello, I thought I'd try another bathroom line situation, this one is similar to one I tried before, but I didn't do it in the interactive section. In this hypothetical scenario (which may or may not be realistic), it can be assumed that you get at most one emergency restroom pass and one unexcused tardy per class per semester, but that you've probably used that up for similar reasons earlier. Other than those rare exceptions, your middle school or high school has a bathroom policy that does not allow students to use the restroom during class time, and they are to use the facilities between
  7. I had presented various facts about what to expect in a given scenario. Choose one (or more) girls given the information presented, and write your own scenario of what she is thinking and going through in that scenario. I want to add the scenarios to a "master story" later on. Although all these girls will be in the line, it probably works best if you stick to one specific girl, and describe her thoughts while waiting in line, while peeing, and what she is she says when asked why she’s late. It is somewhat flexible and up to you to decide, but remember that line cutting is not allowed, and
  8. Perhaps, I didn't make myself clear enough, so let's try this again. I outlined roughly what would happen with each girl as they waited in line to pee, because they are pretty much all pretty desperate to pee (at least the last few girls in line are). That in itself is torture, yet at the same time, they can't be late or use the bathroom during class without some consequence. So given the scenarios, if you were on of those girls (you can pick a random one, or you can just say in general for all the girls), what would you suggest they do in that scenario? The story of the line situation is
  9. You can if you want, or you can just share any random thoughts you may have about it.
  10. No, what I meant is that the last 6 girls in the line were all freshmen, after 3 seniors, 3 juniors, and 3 sophomore. The last 3 in the line are pretty much at their breaking point. I guess they could consider making a run for the boys bathroom, but that wasn’t the intention of my post. It probably wouldn’t help though because the boys bathroom is probably mostly urinals and only 1 or 2 stalls. Trying to find another bathroom with a shorter line probably won’t help either, because it’s not exactly on the way to class. The last three girls could wait their turn, but they will be at leas
  11. Thanks. This is what I have to add as clarification for that original post. Let's take a look at Elizabeth on that list as an example. She gets to the restroom at the 2 minute mark (120 seconds), and short of actually leaking in her pants, she is about as desperate to pee as you can get, but if she doesn't get to a toilet quickly, she will pee her pants. Unfortunately for her, all the s talls are occupied and there are 5 girls ahead of her in line for 3 toilets, and she only has 3 minutes to wait in line, pee, and get to class. Anyway, she waits in line for over 2 1/2 minutes and doesn't
  12. Perhaps I should clarify with an example since ther are no responses yet. Suppose this scenario happens in the 5 minute passing time between third and fourth periods. Let's take a look at Elizabeth on that list. She gets to the restroom at the 2 minute mark (120 seconds), and short of actually leaking in her pants, she is about as desperate to pee as you can get, but if she doesn't get to a toilet quickly, she will pee her pants. Unfortunately for her, all stalls are occupied and there are 5 girls ahead of her in line for 3 toilets, and she only has 3 minutes to wait in line, pee, and get
  13. See above for info. This info outlines a scenario of girls desperate to pee in a school setting between classes in a bathroom line, but they canobevlate or use the bathroom during class. Post comments or opinions in that thread, or down below.
  14. Before covid-19 started, it may have been common in some places at school for middle school or high school girls to encounter long bathroom lines during passing time between classes (with only 4 or 5 minutes between classes, and you can't be late and can't use the bathroom during class without some type of consequence). I've made some scenarios in the past, but I wanted to post a chart of an example of what might happen in a possible scenario and see what you think. General guidelines are as follows: 1) 5 minutes between classes, 50 minute class periods (6 or 7 of them per day with
  15. I would think that teachers in general ( with exceptions such as standardized tests, or emergency drills, or if there is a shooting threat) should let students use the bathroom when needed. However, if the student misses instruction while in the bathroom (or being late or absent for any reason) that’s his/her fault, not the teacher’s fault. And if there is a pattern (same students constantly asking to use the bathroom, out of class for too long, etc., then it needs to be investigated to see if action should be taken). One good reason to not let students use the bathroom during class might b
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