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DespLoveDennis

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  1. My mum's reaction would be the total opposite. As soon as I mentioned I need a pee, they would be in fear I would have an accident. I had a very small capacity as a child and have had quite some accidents. I even had a special permission for some time during primary school that I could just leave the class to go pee if I felt the need to it. So I grew up in an environment where people started to panic when I mentioned my need. And immediately went looking for a toilet or another solution. I sometimes feel this has had a sort of negative effect too, as I was encouraged to go as freque
  2. That seems like ultimate pee torture to me! Especially that combination of suggestion (water sounds, drinking) and the fact that you have to concentrate on making that drink. I cannot imagine doing that desperate without having to pee dance all over the place to hold it. These are also typical situations where I would lose holding concentration for a millisecond, feel like a spurt is going to come out and have to stop all other activity to regain control. I usually stay away from this kind of torture. But it was a very nice situation you painted in your story!
  3. For me it is more the sudden "stand still and concentrate" that is incredibly difficult. Movement helps me to better hold it, so when I am walking in a steady tempo while desperate I feel stable. But when I then have to stand still at the front door, trying to fit the key in the lock, it's like my brain cannot do that the same time with holding it.
  4. That's an interesting answer because I feel that has started my fetish too. Which always gave me a double feeling because it is more a "negative" starting point, as I often wished I had a large capacity. So it is different from someone who enjoyed holding it and got into the fetish for the kick of having long holding times.
  5. Mostly this happens in several steps. It starts with a situation the friend needs to pee and apologizes for it. It's typical for a small bladder person that they often have to interrupt some activity to go look for a toilet. So I react very empathic - and often refer to my own small bladder too. So I tell them to feel no shame to tell me, every time they would need a pee. This makes them more open to talk about their pee needs, and sometimes about situations in the past. This makes it easier to refer to those things when a sexual subject comes along. There will always be the question: wha
  6. It's always funny how we almost cannot imagine how another bladder capacity would be! My capacity is also around 600ml like your girlfriend, and the fact that you can hold for ages with all that beer seems like a miracle to me too! Does it intrigue you too that your girlfriend has to go that frequent? Or do only big capacities turn you on?
  7. I have witnessed quite some situations where girls did not go to the toilet available. As a fetish lover, you immediately think they must enjoy it, but that is rarely so. The fact is that "going to the toilet" is a far more heavy topic in a girl's world than for us men. Reasons I have witnessed: - Sensitivities for hygienic conditions Girls are a LOT more sensitive towards the conditions of a place (that's why you better clean up your room when a girl comes over!). So I know a female friend that gets nausea from the smell of public toilets. Or others have some obsession with cleann
  8. Hahaha, I recognize that! We would make a nice duo on road trips, asking for endless pee stops! Send me a message if you ever want to share some experiences or frustrations!
  9. I wondered if people have experiences with the situation where your friend or partner has a totally different bladder capacity than you? And if that lead to funny or awkward situations. Or even discussions among you. When I was a student I had a buddy I often went out with, and his bladder capacity was certainly 3x mine. It was really noticeable when we went out drinking in the pub: only after I had been to the toilet 3 times, he also took a pee break. He also got used to me getting desperate often on the way home. He sometimes teased me about it, but it was all in good humor. My ex-
  10. This is indeed an interesting point that I have noticed too. In the "female world" the subject of needing a pee and even having an accident is a common thing. It's like part of those difficulties of being female. When you would talk about this as a guy, most people start looking weird at you. I have quite a small bladder, so I need to go pee quite frequently. It's always a bit of gamble to mention this, or to mention that I am really desperate. Some people react empathetic, but a large part give me a puzzled look. Like looking at me if I am serious. It's even more divided when we tal
  11. This made me think back at the solar eclipse of 1999 in Europe. There was only a small band of places where the eclipse would be total, and all around those places you could reserve spots on fields to watch the eclipse (quite a goldmine for the farmers that rented out their fields, I guess ). I too went to such a field in France with an astronomy association. Just like us, many associations arrived there by travel coach after long drives. So typically everyone was longing for a toilet once arriving there. Also sort of expecting that going for a pee wouldn't be that much of a problem.
  12. I am in a situation where I see others more desperate than myself. And those others are almost all women. This is due to the fact that I have lots of female friends. I like being around women and I also my favorite hobby is couple dancing. Now I must say, the question of "I need to pee, where will I go" comes quite frequently in my head. So in a way I feel I get desperate quite regularly too. But as I guy I can mostly get to the toilet faster than my female friends. This usually makes that the "desperation level" of the females in my surrounding gets higher than mine. So I sort of counted
  13. This soothing effect of seeing others in the same misery seems like a women's thing! I remember when I was with women and we got into a situation of desperate need, that I commented on my urgency (or they noticed it). As a guy, it was so strange they just answered back "o god, yes, I need to go so badly too!". And that was it! That was like enough for them: ah, someone is in the same situation, now I feel more okay in this misery! As a guy, I thought: "Hey! What are we going to DO about it??" Hahahaha, so frustrating!
  14. At first sight, it would be logical for me to choose the large bladder. As a small bladder, I would find it heaven not having to use the bathroom so frequently. But when you add the condition that I would have to hold to uncomfortable levels regularly, this changes. Holding to such levels is the most stressing for me, as I cannot concentrate on a thing anymore. And I don't know if that would change with a large bladder - guess that is more a thing that would change with holding regularly. So guess I will keep my small bladder and regular toilet access. Doing safety pees regularly, so I fe
  15. I have known a lot of girls that absolutely detest going to a train toilet. It's one of the few toilets here that is used by both genders. I often hear comments that they will NEVER use it because it is so disgusting. And I have seen it that the girl I was with just held it till we were at the train station. I don't know if they found it disgusting because it was used by men. But it's a popular opinion here that men are "dirty" toilet users.
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