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DespLoveDennis

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  1. When I am utterly desperate and just in time at the toilet, I often let out a long groan. It comes out quite spontaneously, caused by the bladder that is trying to push all its contents through my tube as hard as possible. I once did that after a rush to the toilet after a very long meeting. Not realizing a female colleague was making coffee in the room next to it (and it was an old building with thin doors). I only saw her when I came out! *blush
  2. I wonder if the pee style of a woman also determines if she can use a urinal without making much of a mess. A former girlfriend of mine comes to mind that also had a forceful stream, but it was pointed forward. So when she sat on a toilet, she peed against the front of the bowl, completely missing the water. On urgent calls, she had to dry of the undersides of her thighs, because the stream hitting the bowl front sent splatters upwards. So guess if she would go "butt first" into a urinal, she would just pee over it on the floor! Maybe she would have to stand in front of it like a guy, g
  3. A big part of the excitement for me of witnessing desperation is that often the other person starts doing things that are unusual for him or her. It's like a part of their basic animal being comes to the surface. And you notice that it is not a deliberate choice for them to act like that, it is caused by their need. When an otherwise composed colleague suddenly starts pee dancing, that's a sight you won't see when she is hungry or thirsty. Or a shy girl suddenly can have a frustrated outburst when her bladder is so full and the bathroom keeps being occupied. It's like when you see someone
  4. For me this was the start of my fetish too. I had accidents in class as a kid, so I got very fixated on that not happening again. In a strange way this trauma compensated itself by eventually me getting obsessed by OTHERS having to pee. Like my brain wanted to project my own pain on their misery. So I also belong to this category that at the one side has a "problem" with desperation, but at the other side is sexually aroused by it. Which is different from the category of people that find all aspects of their pee life arousing.
  5. Oh my, this is a situation I know very well! Hahaha, what a wonderful description, @MelodySeeker!
  6. Seems like a small bladder can elicit quite some comments. Like many people find it a bit irritating when you frequently have to go. Can be a bit confusing for people like us when so many people show "interest" in your toilet visits!
  7. Yes, those are great comments! Makes me think back at the time one of my female colleagues confessed during lunch break that she never used the work toilets. Because she found them "old and dirty" (I worked in a very old building). Another female colleague gasped and asked what she did do then as alternative. "I just hold it, " she said "And if I have to all day. All better than having to use these toilets!" The other colleague agreed she wasn't fan of the toilets either, but she added: "Hold it all day, I could never do that!" @richard3 I recognize that! Some people don'
  8. Hahahaha, I might be that five seconds guy! Well, not that short, but a lot shorter than a minute. But good to know that the larger bladders are just as amazed with the smaller bladders! Ah, "Liesje Piesje" ... that rings a bell with me! I remember we used to chat from time to time. But maaannny years ago! But I remember that funny nickname people gave you (as I speak Dutch, I can fully appreciate it ) Has it happened that people on car trips don't take you seriously when you need to pee "again" and they try to convince you to wait longer? That has happened to me and I always
  9. It can be quite astonishing when someone with a large capacity just keeps on peeing! I have a rather small capacity, but a guy friend I often went to the pub with really had a large capacity. After I had visited the bathroom a few times and had to go again, he finally decided he needed a pee too. He stood in the urinal next to me and I heard this waterfall going on and on and on. He was still peeing while I had already finished and zipped up my pants! If you are not used to those amounts, you really think: is it even possible to pee this much!
  10. Have any of you had other (non-omorashi) people comment on your holding capacity? And I mean in both ways. Like being amazed that you went on so long without visiting a toilet, or being surprised that you had to go to the toilet so frequently. And how did you react on those comments?
  11. I think a Western toilet is meant to be used sitting. We men just use it the other way around because it is possible - because of our tubing, like you said. For us it is just some bowl or a hole we can pee in. But rather inconvenient because we have to stoop to lift a lid up and then aim towards a target way below. It's urinals that are made for men peeing forward standing. With a "wall" in front, stretching upwards where you can just freely pee against without much aiming.
  12. For me it's more the difference between stimulation or no stimulation. Pee dancing or holding myself are both ways to add stimuli to my body, and this helps to take the attention away from the body. So there is a large difference in my holding capacity, depending on the fact if I have to keep completely still or not. A moving activity like (gently) walking will help me a lot. When I have to sit in a chair or car seat, it gets more difficult. Grabbing myself also feels like a sort of instinctive reaction to me, not something I purposefully do like fidgeting around. When a wave of desperati
  13. I am certainly bladder shy. For some reason, I find it very difficult to get the words that I need to pee out of my mouth when I am around people. Any people, it doesn't matter if it's friends or not. I will mostly try to sneak away with an excuse and visit the toilet. Or I wait till someone else needs to go and then say casually: "Oh, I will visit the toilet too in the mean time!" I think this partly comes from the fact that I need to pee so frequently. So I rather do it in a discreet manner, so I don't get singled out with the comment "do you need to pee again?". I cannot handle it well
  14. When I am at the limit point, I get involuntary bladder spasms. It starts very small, like a hand that gently starts squeezing my bladder as if it was a balloon filled with water. This comes into waves: a squeezing for like a minute, then it subsides for some time and then it comes back. The pauses between these waves get shorter and shorter, while each time the squeezing gets more aggressive. During those squeezes I have to use all my power to hold my pee back from escaping. Typically at one point, I have an involuntary spurt. It's out before I know it. The next wave again, this time big
  15. @WhenYouGottaGo She certainly had a bigger bladder than me. So she could hold longer than me. But I think most women are just more used to the feeling of having to hold it. We guys don't usually have waiting lines at toilets, so our brains are not "trained" to suddenly be stopped in our tracks towards relieving ourselves. The (few) times I had to wait in a unisex toilet line, it made me quite nervous. While I noticed the women handled it more calmly, even though they needed to go urgently too. So guess it's quite a psychological thing too!
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