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Spectator9

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  1. I'm more into holding than wetting, and I understand the holding games you could play with your long commute in New England's weather ('cause that's where I live). I have a neighbor who used to have a long (1.5 to 2 hour) commute home, and he'd sometimes get a 42-ounce coffee on the way. He'd arrive home bursting! I never saw him wet, but sometimes he'd have to pee next to the garage because he couldn't hold it until he got in the house.
  2. I think there are actually many people that have at least a mild interest in peeing, whether that be wetting, holding or seeing someone pee. I'm sure that people notice when they hear or see someone pee a large amount. But we've been brought up to think of urination as being "dirty" or private, so we don't volunteer the interest. You're lucky to find someone who trusts you enough to reveal it.
  3. Some men can't easily pee when they're hard, and because I know your bladder holds much more than that when you have to go, I suspect that being hard prevented you from emptying. You probably either still felt the need to pee or you had to go again in an hour or so.
  4. Although I'm a "just barely made it" guy rather than wetting, and and I'm not a fan of humiliation, I do appreciate that Adam has a couple of habits I have observed in real life: holding while engrossed in a video game and skipping the morning pee.
  5. Men have wetting accidents for a number of reasons. A few are: (1) Young men often don't plan well, and they don't consider the consequences of four pints of beer. (2) They can be overconfident about their ability to hold. (3) For some it's a macho thing. A real man can hold it. (4) Related to that, the belief (held by some teachers in my experience) that males can hold better/longer than females. (5) Shopkeepers are more likely to let a woman use their employee toilet than a man. And when a woman wets, she's likely to get sympathy. When a man wets, he's more likely to be laughed at or shown disapproval.
  6. Pee shyness is a real disability for some people, perhaps noticed more by men who attempt to pee at a urinal. Some have overcome it by use of a "pee buddy" who will, over time, desensitize the person until he can pee freely with his buddy next to him, and then they can do the same in public rest rooms with urinals.
  7. Holding the morning pee is sometimes practiced even by people who would deny being into omo. I went to pick up a friend one Saturday morning so we could buy things for his garden and he was still in bed. I woke him up and started the coffee, and he got dressed and came into the kitchen without a trip into the bathroom. He had his cereal and two cups of coffee while we talked, and just before we left he darted into the bathroom for a long (for him) piss. If we hadn't been going someplace I don't know how much longer he would have held it.
  8. That's why people post videos of their desperation and wetting. They want to be watched. Doing it live can give them feedback while it's happening.
  9. There is a double standard. A woman will get more sympathy than a man. Men are presumed to have other opportunities to pee or to be able to hold it.
  10. It looked a bit more concentrated, so you were holding that for a long time rather than just drinking a lot of water.
  11. A strong flow and over a minute! Surely more than a liter there.
  12. My blood pressure med has been changed to something not so diuretic, but while on the first one I was peeing inconveniently often. I got a lot of practice holding it!
  13. Bumblebeast: Wet myself in the car on my way home from work. Here's my briefs. They are definitly not "Superdry" anymore Sometimes "I'll hold it until I get home" doesn't work out that way. Especially if you were holding it at work as well.
  14. Yes, time from the last pee. Anything else is too subjective and vague.
  15. "Now, I have to pee. But I’m too proud to be seen walking back into the bar just to use the bathroom. I figure “I can hold it, and if I can’t, I’ll stop on the road” This is pretty common. Many of us have been in a situation where, though we peed as we left the bar or other venue, we spent more time in the parking lot. And though we needed to pee again before leaving, we thought we'd look wimpy if we went back in to use the rest room again, so we chose to hold it until we got home. As BleachBod discovered, that's not always possible. Been there, done that!
  16. I've used a full bladder as motivation to get household chores done. I can't use the toilet until I've finished certain things, so I don't goof off!
  17. I'm sure that Royals (or ex-Royals like Harry) and most other celebrities, avoid using public rest rooms whenever possible. And if it were absolutely necessary, one of their staff would clear it out first and stand guard at the door. There wouldn't be much privacy with whatever provision they had on a sailing ship, so I can imagine him trying to hold it. He's probably had a lot of practice at it!
  18. Spectator9

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    Avoid all public rest rooms. That includes when you go out to a bar or to the movies.
  19. Pee urgency is partly psychological, and I agree that our minds tie the perceived need to certain actions because of habits we have developed. So I can see that if you make it a habit NOT to pee as soon as you get home you may reduce the instances of "latchkey syndrome". For me, stepping into the shower usually triggers an urge to pee, so I've experimented by purposely holding until I'm almost done.
  20. I think there's a substantial percentage here who, either consciously or subconsciously, put themselves in a situation where they will be holding a full bladder. Some of them are the "closet holders" that I have often referred to. They wouldn't readily admit to others that they are purposely holding their pee, but they will drink a 42-ounce coffee on their 2-hour commute home knowing full well its probable effect. Some of them like the feeling of a full bladder, some of them like the challenge of being able to hold it, and some like taking large pees. Some may also want an excuse to wet their pants! (It wasn't my fault; I just couldn't hold it.)
  21. Holding a full bladder requires both physical and psychological assets. Men may win on the physical side but women win on the psychological side. This is a question that won't be decided until there is a detailed scientific study. (And I'll volunteer to help!)
  22. I once had a friend whose job involved heavy labor and he sweat a lot, and even though he drank a lot of water during the day he said he usually didn't pee until he got home, though he admitted he had to go really bad by then.
  23. I'd say almost everyone has been caught short, though there may be a few who are so compulsive about planning such things that they haven't experienced it - yet.
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