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Spectator9

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  1. While restaurants and bars are required to have public toilets other stores are not. The big box stores provide them only to attract customers and to limit damage in the stores.
  2. I've seen guys in fashionable jeans/pants with button flies that struggle to get them open quickly!
  3. These are the signs of true desperation!
  4. These scenarios are popular in part because they are plausible, and in fact it's likely to have happened to us at one time or another. And at least for me, the change in position from seated to standing when I get out can increase a manageable need-to pee to super urgent. I have watered the shrubbery along my driveway a number of times.
  5. It was worth any discomfort, and I'm sure it felt so-o-o-o-o-o good to piss it out! It's also an athletic accomplishment, like lifting a weight far heavier than most men could lift, or running a mile in record time. I'll bet your sphincter muscles were glad when their ordeal was over.
  6. The editing helped to make the story much more readable. Thanks for doing it!
  7. Excellent story. I hope there will be a sequel.
  8. It can be fun speculating about someone needing to pee. I've been to parties where I know someone has had several beers but hasn't peed, and then he suddenly disappears for a few minutes, or he finds an excuse to leave to get something. Some people avoid admitting that they have to pee.
  9. Some people can hold to the point of experiencing real pain and risking damage, but perhaps the majority of us will start to leak or spurt before that happens. Pain is a warning, but that's different from just discomfort. A UTI is more likely if you hold often.
  10. A change in position like standing up will increase the urgency for me. If I get out of my car and stand up, a moderate need to pee can become very urgent, and the same if I am watching TV and get up to refill my drink.
  11. Of course there was the option of finding a container or using the kitchen sink, but we're so programmed to think that we should only pee in a toilet and that anything else is "dirty". At least Sally is a bit more flexible in her thinking.
  12. In the warmer months I often choose to pee outdoors, and in the past I have made a game out of it. During a weekend I have decided to only pee at a certain tree behind my house, including the first pee in the morning and the last one at night, even when it's raining. As a result, that has sometimes meant putting off a pee as long as possible, and then needing to get a flashlight or an umbrella. All delightfully inconvenient!
  13. I agree that psychology is a major factor. But also, as we age our body parts become less flexible, and I imagine that the bladder is no exception. I suspect that after 60 this becomes more noticeable.
  14. I've watched TV shows with police on a stakeout for hours and hours, even drinking coffee, and they never have to pee. On the other hand, on a CSI/NCIS episode someone was supposedly held captive tied in a chair for more than a day, and they realized he was lying because there was no evidence that he had peed during that time.
  15. My kind of guy! I wish I were there when you get home!
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