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No Toilet

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  1. Got so desperate for a pee just now that I had to resort to kneeling down and urinating on the carpet as my apartment does NOT have any toilets!

  2. There are some advantages of having NO TOILET in one's apartment such as not needing to stop what I am doing to go to the lavatory when my bladder is full. Such as here where I was sitting on the sofa wearing only a t-shirt watching TV when I became desperate for a wee but without any facilities to relieve myself I simply shuffled to the edge of the seat and urinated onto the carpet below not missing the show! TV volume was muted. https://www.erome.com/a/8x9WqbKM
  3. This is my usual method of urination when I am naked at home and badly need a wee as there are NO TOILET facilities in my apartment at all nor any public men's room nearby I can use. This leaves me without anywhere to relieve myself thus when my bladder becomes full I simply piss on the carpet instead. https://www.erome.com/a/LwZmLtZg
  4. I was at home in my usual attire and became in need of a piss but because NO TOILET facilities are installed in my apartment I had to seek somewhere else to urinate, so I looked round and figured it was easiest to just go in the corner of the room. https://www.erome.com/a/JjFPEchi
  5. As I returned home from the pub, I was very desperate for a pee but knowing there is NO TOILET in my apartment nor any communal men's room in the block, I had to quickly find somewhere else to seek relief preferably outside rather than having to soak my pants or carpet. Thankfully, nobody was near so I took the opportunity and dashed round the back of the bin shed to openly urinate against the wall before going upstairs to my apartment dry. https://www.erome.com/a/NcMdmWTv
  6. Not really, only when I got off the train would have people seen my wet pants as I was doing the puzzles in the newspaper which covered the wetness.
  7. Upon travelling home from an evening out by train, the need to pee hit but the only on board toilet was out of order! However, as I was still several stations from my destination and despite my best efforts, I could not hold on any longer and started to pee in my jeans!
  8. Thank you for your questions and sorry for the delay in replying. As there are no toilet facilities in the apartment mum and dad were already openly using the apartment itself as their lavatory as there was not much else they could do. Therefore when I was growing up I frequently saw them relieving themselves in their pants, on the carpet or anything else that could be used as a makeshift toilet when they got desperate to pee. They made no effort to be discreet thus I saw their private parts and pee streams even at a young age! Coupled with the above, my family have always been relaxed about nudity and clothes are optional within the apartment when only the three of us are at home. Hence it is why the carpet is often the first choice urinal as it is very easy when any of us are nude and need to pee to simply kneel or squat where we are and empty our bladder! Even though we have a washing machine, this cuts down the laundry pile as there is not a load of wet pants to wash and when we are clothed, the males of the household do not wear underpants and go commando (indeed, I don't think I have ever worn any kind of underpants in my life)! This helps when we have to pee our pants, as then only the pants get wet. We also re-wet the same pants if we kept them on long enough to need to pee in them more than once. Obviously, with no toilet at home my potty training was non existent (I was never taught how to use a lavatory) and thought it was normal to just use the apartment as a toilet or pee myself like my parents did. This did cause problems at school as I didn't know what the boys room was for and regularly ended up wetting my pants in class or urinating somewhere secluded in the playground at break! Our whole apartment is carpeted (except the kitchen and toilet-less bathroom) and whereas the carpet absorbs the pee when we urinate on it, tiles and/or laminate do not. Water of any kind on a smooth floor is not a good idea as it could present a slip hazard if stepped on or be spread around the apartment. So, carpets it is even though they retain the urine smell and they are are softer on our bare feet! For poop we either squat over a bucket in the bathroom with a plastic bag in it or go on some newspaper both of which then get disposed of in the normal household rubbish. Nothing fancy! Naturally, effectively living in our own toilet means we have got immune to the smell but it can get bad when all of us are at home and need to relieve ourselves in the apartment with no lavatory especially in the winter months when we generally pee more anyway. This is the reason why we use our whole apartment and various different methods to go toilet here so that one area or room is not constantly being used as our WC. We manage the smell by keeping windows open for ventilation and don't really use that much air freshener! As a result, we rarely have any visitors and generally arrange for us to visit them at their house instead.
  9. Due to the lack of toilets in my apartment, I too have built up very good bladder capacity so generally only use my apartment as a lavatory when I am desperate and cannot hold it any longer (hence the large puddles on the carpet or ending up with completely soaked pants when I eventually relieve myself). My boyfriend has always marvelled at how I can go for hours without needing to urinate.
  10. This is the very reason why I use several different methods to relieve myself here (carpet, pants, sink, empty bottle etc.) and treat the whole apartment as one big toilet so that I am not urinating in the same way or place every time. Saying that though, there is a lingering urine smell in my apartment and the carpets are starting to wear out due to them being constantly used as a urinal over the years. I do try and ventilate the apartment by having the windows open- when the temperature allows and of course one does get immune to the smell. It does get worse in the winter months when naturally I need to pee more often. I accept the situation as there is not much else I can do!
  11. I just use my whole apartment as a toilet or pee my pants if I am at home and desperate except I do not as a rule pee on soft furnishings like the sofa but I do sit on the sofa in wet pants. I only have small potted plants so they wouldn't be suitable for urination purposes.
  12. The feeling of walking round in pee soaked black pants that hides the wetness so that no one notices that I have just wet myself...

  13. My pants are soaked, the consequence of having no toilets in my apartment.

  14. Wetting yourself would be perfectly acceptable. I often relieve myself in my pants when I am at home and clothed. The carpet is frequently used as my urinal at home when I am desperate thus anyone who visits can do so too if they need to pee.
  15. I have done that on occasions when I have been desperate... opened the window and urinated out of it onto the ground below.
  16. We have a sink and a bath just no toilet! Therefore as you say the fresh water isn't the issue it is the waste pipe. My neighbours downstairs do have a toilet but as they are on the ground floor their waste pipe goes straight down through the floor. So there is no external waste pipe up the wall! So that makes installation very difficult and why I think our apartment has no toilet because of this very issue. Therefore it makes using the apartment itself as a toilet an easier solution!
  17. I am glad someone sees the situation from my perspective. I am UK based and my parents own the apartment (I still live here). It is a Victorian era building and I have always known my home to be toilet-less. I believe it was without a toilet even before my parents bought it as there is a complete lack of plumbing to install a toilet to and when they moved in they noticed urine stains from the previous occupier.
  18. That's basically what I do, as there are no toilets here I just use my whole apartment as one big lavatory, thus I literally live in my own toilet!
  19. One day me and a male friend who I had not seen in ages met up in the centre of town and we migrated back to my apartment for a couple of hours to catch up on things. When we were back at my apartment I was desperate to pee (I could have easily just wet my pants on the way to my apartment but thought better of it as I had company), so I showed him to the sofa before excusing myself and going to another room out of sight to urinate on the carpet. We got chatting over a beer or two. Just before he left me to get public transport back across to his side of the city he said "can I use your toilet before I leave?" that's when things got awkward as of course I had no toilet for him to use! I was thinking how can I tell him that I have no toilet in my apartment and that he would have to use something else to relieve himself... Being upfront and honest I said "I don't have toilet facilities in this apartment, if you need to pee you will have to go in the sink, wet yourself or I can give you an empty bottle to urinate in" Understandably he was rather surprised at me saying this and said "you have no toilet?" Yes, you did hear that correct, I have do not have a toilet here. "Quit playing a game, I need a piss" he retorted and dashed off to the bathroom. Only to get there and find out I really do not have a toilet and proceeded to empty his bladder into the bathtub. He came back relieved and said "That's bizarre, I have never been in a house or apartment that has no toilet. So now i'm intrigued where did you pee when we arrived?" I coyly said "well as there are no toilets here, I just use the apartment itself as a toilet" then showed him the rather large puddle I made on the carpet in the other room. He looked shocked but said "what else can you do if you have no toilet?" He thanked me for my company and I thanked him for being so understanding. He then left to make his way home. We remain friends today.
  20. The lovely smell of warm pee in my pants after re-wetting them due to having no toilets.

  21. On the rare occasions that I have visitors and I need a pee with them present, it is easy for me to just go to another room and relieve myself there like in the sink or on the carpet. However it is always difficult when guests ask to use the toilet, as I have to tell them that there is no toilet in my apartment and that they would need to use something else as a urinal.
  22. As there are no toilets, I have to do a number two by squatting over some newspaper and poop on it then roll it up and put in a plastic bag for disposal in the normal domestic rubbish. Not ideal but got nothing else!
  23. I'm afraid this is not fiction! It might sound odd in the western world and I am probably in a unique situation but my apartment really does NOT have any toilet facilities at all.. The apartment we call home is the first floor of what was a large two storey house which had two bathrooms but only the one toilet on the ground floor. During the conversion, the fact that the upstairs bathroom was toilet-less was somehow overlooked and was never provided with one. Indeed, there isn't even the pipework or waste to plumb one to, so would be a pretty major job to install now! Therefore whilst the building itself has a toilet on the ground floor, we upstairs cannot access it! Thus whilst our neighbours downstairs have the luxury of a the lavatory, we upstairs have to improvise and literally use other things within my apartment as a makeshift lavatory to relieve ourselves whenever we get desperate and cannot hold it any longer. It is the only thing we can do but needs must!
  24. It wasn't my choice as I was brought up here from a young age as it's my parents apartment. I am still here because I cannot afford to move out! No, my apartment has no access to a toilet facility.
  25. There is a bathroom here with a sink and shower just no toilet though there is space provision for one. So can wash and bathe as normal but cannot use the lavatory as there isn't any.
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