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ItsMeAmanda

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  1. I will admit to doing that. Partly because it saves a bunch of water. There is really no point in using/flushing the toilet when you are about to step into the shower. The water that cleans your shoulders might as well rise off your thighs as well And partly because I don't really think about it. I should for the sake of the environment, but sometimes when I step into the shower I realise that I haven't been to the toilet in a couple of hours. Where I live right now there is a toilet and a shower in the same room, but I am not getting out of the shower to use the toilet! Especially w
  2. I wouldn't consider myself someone who easily pees anywhere else than the bathroom. But when 'the urge hits', it is not impossible for me either. I remember a hike in the forest this summer. It was long and it was a hot day. I was definitely not planning on peeing outdoors, but when the two other women decided to go for it I definitely joined them. So my friend must have been 'easy with the idea', and me and another friend were just coming along I suppose. It was also the moment when we had stopped for a little break and several of the guys/husbands also went behind a tree.
  3. I like it that everyone's experiences vary. If everyone had the same experience then there woudn't be much point in discussing it. In highschool I had a pretty much all girl group of friends, and even later in 'secondary education' (I really can't remember what it is called), it was a more varied mix of guys and girls. But apparently there were enough girls that I didn't have the same experiences as you did. In your position it makes perfect sense to fixate on the 'gender divide'. And at some points it can't have been easy. It is never easy to be the only one who is 'differen't', and it d
  4. @DesperateJill You are completely right, I didn't really consider that. Maybe because it is not usually one of the guys that brings it up. But that does add a completely different dynamic to the situation. Everyone has brought up good points and I wasn't trying to disagree, just trying to point out a different perspective. But you are completely right! It can be quite frustrating but unlike you, I don't experience it very often. @Angusburger It might be a language barrier but isn't smirking like being mean about it? In my experience men (or women who don't have to join the line) can
  5. It can be a good thing as well. If you are with a group somewhere and you don't like mentioning that you need to pee (like me, even though I have gotten better at it). If people start talking about the toilet, discussing going to find a place to pee and talking about having to pee it can be difficult when you have to go but it also means that you will likely be going to a toilet soon. All without you having to mention that you have to go! And you can just follow along with the rest and use the toilet. It would be stranger not to use it when the rest is going too. And you don't have to fee
  6. I fit right in the middle it looks like. Last time I measured I didn't make it to 800ml, but it was more than 700ml. I don't remember the exact amount and it was probably over 2 years ago by now, so my bladder size could be larger or smaller too. According to the bladder size index that wettingman linked to, I would score 20 points.
  7. I'm a bit 'late to the party', but I would love to know how your day went!
  8. I've been scales in the morning lately (since Christmas basically). And only after reading this post do I realize that I have been weighing myself sometimes before my morning pee, and sometimes after. It probably doesn't make a huge difference, but it is something to keep in mind when you are trying to weigh yourself accurately.
  9. That is the thing. If a man does it, he is a pervert (supposedly), and if a women does it, it is usually because of a lack of toilets for women. I think it says something about the reputation of men more than anything else. And it is probably not fair that they have that reputation. I mean, I don't really have any bad experiences with men entering the women's restroom. Its just a surprise, nothing more. And the men is question is usually more embarrassed than me. That sounds familiar. I had that too, when I was camping and I walked, with my towel and shampoo, into a room with a few men
  10. If both men and women pee for the same amount of time, that would surprise me in a way. Because I always thought that because women have a shorter (and possibly wider) urethra, they can pee at a higher rate then men. So if both men and women take the same time, that would mean that pee a higher volume. Simply because they can let more out in those +/- 20 seconds. Does that make any sense? That sounds like a good idea to test your theory. Especially if you combine it with the amount that you pee afterwards.
  11. Very recognizable. I don't wear a romper that often, but I do know that they are the biggest pain when you try to use the toilet. I usually only step out with one leg or even try to do it while just pulling it down to my knees.
  12. So you just pull your underwear back up even if you are using a toilet without any toilet paper? It sure sounds convenient if you are that 'relaxed' about it. I wouldn't pass an opportunity to pee just because there is no toilet paper, but I wouldn't be happy about it. Even if it is mostly a mental thing; being annoyed that there is no toilet paper. For the record, I don't really think that shaking my ass helps a whole lot. But it does help if you think it makes a difference. I would feel strange pulling up my underwear without at least trying to do something to clean myself.
  13. I'm not sure if you are being serious or not. But twerking in the toilet seems a bit weird. Shaking your bottom can help a bit though. To get rid of the drops that are on your bottom area.
  14. If there was no toilet paper available I do this. But it is by no means perfect. It is just the best alternative. Its just like shaking your mugs or plates after doing the dishes. It helps but it will never get them dry completely.
  15. That is what I wanted to say too! It looks very interesting
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