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  1. This happened to me at least once or twice in college in my early twenties while I was having an optic migraine and vomiting into my dorm room sink.
  2. While I don’t do it all that often I find that lying down on my back in my bathtub in an old pair of underwear and letting go with a full bladder is one of the best stress relievers there is. Sometimes I will wet in the bathtub sitting down in my underwear instead in order to change the routine a bit (although I usually find it it more difficult to let go in this position). Either way, after I do this I turn on the water to rinse off my underwear and continue to to take a bath as normal. After draining the tub I hang up my underwear and bath mat on a towel rack on the tile wall over my bathtub’s soap dish. Then I open my bathroom window and allow my underwear to air dry (I live in an old building and my bathroom does not have an exhaust fan). After my underwear air dries I put it in my hamper and I wash it with the rest of my laundry when my hamper is full. For me, the holidays are both fun and stressful at the same time. This is true for most people, but since I am on the spectrum (in my case, it’s a form of what they used to call Asperger’s combined with the neurological effects (mostly on my right hemisphere) of a premature birth) it is more true for me. It is probably the change in routine that stresses me out the most. I also do this around tax time because that’s another stressful time of year for me. I find that the routine above allows me to relieve stress when all other stress relief measures have failed without spending a large amount of extra money on disposable diapers or separate loads of laundry. For me, it is a harmless way to relieve stress that is practically free (with the exception of buying an extra package of underwear every two to three years when some of the old pairs wear out from some extra machine washing from time to time).
  3. I would say the build-up of pressure followed by the release and warmth. I find that it is a pretty good stress reliever when all else fails.
  4. Closing your eyes (or looking off into the distance (or up at the clouds on a cloudy day)) and pretending that you are on (or standing next to) a toilet (or a urinal) can also help. That often worked for me in my mid 20s when I used to wear Goodnites off and on back in the early 2000s when I was studying in France for a year.
  5. I enjoyed reading this. I wonder if you have any stories of doing the same thing sober (for example drinking either coffee or soda (in safe quantities, but still enough to cause desperation) instead of beer). I don’t currently drink myself, but I’m curious about your take on what it is like doing this sober versus drunk/buzzed.
  6. Right now I only remember one as an adult, where I was completely unable to stop the flow. Some years back (over a decade ago) I was taking a job-related exam on a computer and I had a full bladder void about 45 minutes into the (as I recall) roughly 90 minute exam when I came to an especially difficult question that I didn’t feel prepared for. This happened despite using the bathroom before leaving my apartment and double voiding before the exam started. The bladder void was uncommanded and I was completely unable to stop it. Fortunately the chair was plastic and sort-of bowl shaped (therefore the floor stayed clean). Also, luckily, it was still Winter and I was wearing a sweater. After finishing the exam (I actually passed!!!) I took off my sweater and did my best to wipe the chair. (After leaving that room, I also (quietly) explained to the proctor/greeter what happened so any remaining cleanup could be performed (as needed)). I then put my sweater back on and eventually dried myself off with the hand dryer in the bathroom of a nearby hotel before getting something to eat in the Starbucks there. Needless to say, the next day it was time for me to do some laundry… I have test anxiety and a bit of an overactive bladder. I have had other accidents in similar situations but nothing on quite this scale. Also, over the last decade my bladder control seems to have become worse rather than better, overall. In the coming weeks I plan to take a two hour exam that is related to my work. There is also a sign-in period, a tutorial, and possibly a survey, and so the total time elapsed (with no bathroom breaks) could be up to three hours. This time I will attempt to avoid the awkward situation above by wearing a Tykables diaper (or something with a similar capacity). Bowl shaped chairs are no longer in style due to the fact that they are not considered to be ergonomic. They can also be difficult to get out of. In addition, I will not be wearing a sweater because it is Summer. Therefore a high capacity (and high absorbency) adult diaper (such as Tykables) is likely to be my only real option.
  7. No, don’t do that (you should never drink it), but it does make a good ice cream if you know what you are doing. I had some mocha ice cream yesterday that was made this way and it was very good. However, between that and the Mountain Dew soda that I drank I did need to pee quite badly less than an hour-and-a-half later (I just made it).
  8. I also experience this except when it is a hot summer night and the air conditioner that I have been using for over a decade is not cooling the room well enough.
  9. It is probably about equal, but as the following link shows there is little consensus on this. See https://www.theguardian.com/notesandqueries/query/0,,-1820,00.html
  10. Some water balloons might work for this purpose. For increased realism the water could be slightly warm (around body temperature). At first, you could try throwing water balloons at each other outside (for example in your back yard) and standing a safe distance from each other (probably at least a three or four arm lengths apart). After that you should be able to think of other activities involving water balloons that will have the desired effect in the bathtub or shower (for example). For more realism you might even choose to add a small amount of food coloring to the water in any color of your choice.
  11. Right now, I personally prefer wetting scenarios in fiction, but “just made it scenarios” are usually just as good (if not better) in real life since they are often embarrassing enough for the person experiencing them. I can relate to “just made it” scenarios because when I need a bathroom I tend to need it urgently. I can definitely relate to the embarrassment part of this type of scenario (even when you just make it) because the desperation can effect your concentration and cause you to make other mistakes such as bumping into objects (or knocking them over) or (worst of all) walking into the wrong bathroom. The most memorable example of this from my own experience was from an archaeological excursion during my year in France. The short version of the story is that we were riding on a bus to a museum on the way to an archaeological site. I assumed that the bus would make some stops along the way but it did not. By the time we arrived I was desperate to point of dancing around. I then proceeded to the closest rest room (which turned out to be a ladies room). I headed into the stall, unzipped, and just made it. After washing my hands I headed out and rejoined the group. At that point, one of the female students pointed out that I used the wrong bathroom. I think I was probably blushing, but I’m not one hundred percent sure. When she told me this and showed me the sign for the men’s restroom I was only slightly less embarrassed about this mistake than I would have been about an accident. I didn’t see a ladies room sign, but I also didn’t specifically look for one because my father erroneously told me that the restrooms in France are unisex on the flight over. This was back in 2000 when I was about 25 years old (and it is still sometimes embarrassing for me to remember this mistake). Also, the restroom I was using was being cleaned by a male janitor (and was otherwise unoccupied). In addition, the janitor had the bathroom door propped open in such a way that the sign was not immediate evident unless you were specifically looking for it. These considerations did not reduce the embarrassment about my mistake by all that much compared to the embarrassment of having an accident because people typically learn which rest room to use when they are fairly young, and therefore many people view one mistake as being just about as unacceptable as the other. I don’t mind reading about accidents in fiction, though, because the characters are fictional and therefore no real people are embarrassed about the events in the story.
  12. I just noticed the same thing. I am on an iPad and the login link seems to trigger this. This may also happen with the logout link (although I haven’t tried it yet today). This is more likely to be a glitch in how the site is set up than a hack.
  13. For the most part, yes. This also applies to people with insomnia (for example due to illness or stress) and people who are not yet used to working at night.
  14. I have noticed that on the internet (in general) people tend to make the strangest and least coherent postings between 2 AM and 5 AM in the time zone that they are located in. (To my knowledge) no one is immune to this. I have noticed that on every web site (including social networking site) that I have posted to that I tend to make postings and like or upvote postings that I might not otherwise during more normal hours. Between 2 AM and 5 AM local time is what is called the circadian low. Making questionable decisions (of any kind) during these hours is not limited to online activity. For example, I heard about this the other day in a YouTube video about an Air Canada flight that almost landed on a taxiway. It was around midnight (give or take) in California where this happened, but it was (I think) around three AM at the airport where the pilots took off from. In short, the moral of the story (as it were) is that during these hours people in general need to be extra vigilant about their decisions both online and offline.
  15. The glitch may still be there. I am viewing this site on an iPad and I have a tab open for cherry.tv (which is apparently an adult website) which appeared a short time ago. I have never heard of that site until now and the tab just appeared to the left of this one. I was on furaffinity just before this and I don’t remember seeing that tab when I was on that site. The problem probably isn’t on furaffinity, though, because I closed all tabs and cleared my history before coming here. The tab seems to have appeared just as I was logging in to this site.
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