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D0nt45k

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    D0nt45k got a reaction from silvermoon in Autistics' Thread   
    That and there's a benefit internet forums provide to people like us: it removes a lot of the variables with communication related to tone, facial expressions, gestures etc.  All you have to worry about is text, the odd use of sarcasm, memes, inside jokes, and sometimes pictures or videos.  It's much simpler than face-to-face conversations...although I'll admit that you do lose something, which might explain how I went a bit stir-crazy during lockdowns when the internet was my only reliable means of talking to people that I didn't live with (with whom I shared almost no common interests...and on the things we did, due to something like a 30-40 IQ point gap between me and the next smartest person in the house I'd quickly leave them in the dust in any conversation).
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from dabboi in Any Video Games with omorashi?   
    I wasn't bashing it, I just said nobody bought it.  The PSP had a similar issue as well, though to not as great of a degree, though I did have one and enjoyed it quite a bit (until the lithium-ion battery did what they tend to do when they start going bad and...well...exploded...pro-tip: when lithium-ion batteries catch fire, they're extremely difficult to put out).
    Nobody was really able to break Nintendo's dominance of the portable market outside of Japan (where their competitors generally had an easier time keeping up).  This didn't change until smart phones caught on in the second half of the 2000s, but even that was somewhat stymied by the infamously terrible (or, early on, almost non-existent) quality control and predatory monetization practices - especially in games marketed at children - that the mobile gaming market has become associated with.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Tentacool in Any Video Games with omorashi?   
    Death Stranding actually has it if you can believe it (I'd suspected that Hideo Kojima had a piss fetish from all the wetting in the Metal Gear series, this removed all doubt).  Not only is the main character's bladder volume something you keep track of, but their urine (and other bodily fluids) can be used to craft a type of grenade...
    Unfortunately, because either Kojima is a goddamned troll or something about his own preferences (towards the fetish, not sex as a whole, if the alleged "friends-with-benefits" relationship he has with JAV star Hitomi Tanaka is anything to go by), it's exclusively male-oriented, just like all the aforementioned wetting scenes in the Metal Gear series...seriously, would it have killed him to have Sniper Wolf, Meryl, or Eva piss themselves at some point?
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from ashnacamon in How to pee yourself during sleep   
    The easiest method is to get blackout drunk.  It'll knock you out and fill your bladder up, even more so if you also have plenty of water, which I strongly recommend to mitigate a potential hangover.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Ms. Tito in Red flag, Yellow streams: The Soviet Republic of Pisuaria.   
    On that token, I just had another idea:
    At one point, Pisuaria actually possessed nuclear weapons, specifically a trio of Soviet nuclear-tipped ICBMs housed in three silos, and a handful of nuclear-tipped cruise missiles.  In the mid 1990s, they agreed to return these weapons to the Russian Federation under a deal brokered by the United States (echoing a similar deal with Ukraine...one that I think the Ukrainians have come to regret) in exchange for the aforementioned Kilo-class submarines to replace the older Foxtrot-class vessels they retained.  The three emptied silos were converted into additional research facilities for their OKB, one of them becoming a computer server farm (which eventually contained one of the most powerful supercomputers in eastern Europe), another into a quarantine facility for studying highly virulent pathogens, and the third into a climate-controlled warehouse for temperature-sensitive items.  Guided tours of these converted silos are also on offer for anybody who's interested in seeing what a Cold War-era missile silo looks like.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Bismiris in Red flag, Yellow streams: The Soviet Republic of Pisuaria.   
    On that token, I just had another idea:
    At one point, Pisuaria actually possessed nuclear weapons, specifically a trio of Soviet nuclear-tipped ICBMs housed in three silos, and a handful of nuclear-tipped cruise missiles.  In the mid 1990s, they agreed to return these weapons to the Russian Federation under a deal brokered by the United States (echoing a similar deal with Ukraine...one that I think the Ukrainians have come to regret) in exchange for the aforementioned Kilo-class submarines to replace the older Foxtrot-class vessels they retained.  The three emptied silos were converted into additional research facilities for their OKB, one of them becoming a computer server farm (which eventually contained one of the most powerful supercomputers in eastern Europe), another into a quarantine facility for studying highly virulent pathogens, and the third into a climate-controlled warehouse for temperature-sensitive items.  Guided tours of these converted silos are also on offer for anybody who's interested in seeing what a Cold War-era missile silo looks like.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from BladderLad in Foreskin Restoration?   
    It's a little more complicated than that.  The Kellogg Brothers ran a medical practice before one of them decided to get into cereal (resulting in a falling out with his brother), and there was this obsession at the time with Neo-Puritan moralism (the same that would eventually result in the prohibition of alcohol, marijuana, and prostitution, the latter two still being in effect on the federal level while the former proved to be completely unenforceable, in addition to almost single-handedly leading to the rise of organized crime syndicates in the US to national prominence), which preached that masturbation was a mortal sin and that anything to discourage boys from doing it was justified, hence the adoption of circumcision, a practice seldom seen in the country prior to that point, as standard; of course it should be noted that there didn't seem to be any such proscriptions against the female equivalent, and in fact it was at this time that the first vibrators were invented to treat "hysteria" in women (read: sexual frustration, prior to which the standard treatment was, I shit you not, to finger the "patient" to orgasm - vibrators were invented because the doctors' arms would get tired after doing this enough times on a given day).  Then of course they retroactively tried to attribute all sorts of alleged "benefits" to justify it medically once neo-puritanism's stranglehold on the American population waned (largely as a result of the unpopularity of alcohol prohibition when actually put into practice, to say nothing about the ensuing organized crime problem that persisted until around the end of the 1980s), but proper hygiene renders all of them effectively moot.
    As for why performing circumcision on underaged boys hasn't been banned (except for medical necessity, if you've got a bad infection down there and the alternative is losing your dick completely or having it spread elsewhere in the body, and non-surgical treatments fail...well, it's the lesser evil in that case)...there's a certain, minority group of people in the US with a disproportionate amount of influence in politics, media, academia, and finance, who become extremely vindictive if you question certain practices of theirs and will ruin you in response to even minor slights, and I'll just leave it at that.  There's also the fact that infant foreskins (and aborted fetuses, which is a whole different can of worms) are used as a source of stem cells for research in that particular field, and laboratories will pay a lot of cash for them (I've also heard that they're used to make certain cosmetics too, which I can't verify but considering how many other questionable ingredients go into that sort of stuff, it wouldn't surprise me), so hospitals have a financial incentive to perform the procedure too, to the point where they'll often do it to newborn boys unless you explicitly tell them not to, and they won't even ask either, you have to tell them ahead of time.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from dabboi in Foreskin Restoration?   
    As much as I might consider having this done myself, I don't know if it'll restore the lost sensitivity.  You'd better believe that I'm quite bitter about this sort of thing being condoned because a certain group of people with a disproportionate amount of influence in high places will ruin you if you ever question even the alleged medical benefits of the practice.  To add insult to injury, the female equivalent was declared a crime against humanity by the UN, but nobody gives a fuck about us guys.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from dabboi in How much porn is too much   
    If it's gotten to the point where you need to consider moving it onto an external SSD, yeah, that might be a bit too much.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Melon91 in I Almost Used the Mens Room   
    Generally speaking, men don’t give a fuck if women use the men’s room...but god help you if you’re a man, or even just a boy unaccompanied by one’s mother or older sister somethings, and even accidentally enter, much less use, the women’s room.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Artist50 in Haunted House Wettings?   
    There's not much to say really, my job was to stay behind a curtain and reach out to tap people on the shoulder with a gloved hand.  I put my hand on this chick's shoulder, she let out a shriek, and next thing I know, her jeans were soaked (she wasn't in a costume) and there was a puddle forming on the ground.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from nwohdeh in Telling a female friend or S.O. you are turned on by their small bladder..   
    Since when is scientifically-correct terminology “problematic”?
    That’s basically the whole story.  I don’t remember too many other details.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from nwohdeh in Telling a female friend or S.O. you are turned on by their small bladder..   
    Well...I didn't exactly tell this one girl so much as she saw me pop a raging stiffy after she'd wet herself, and it took all of five seconds for her to put two and two together.  She took it pretty well, all things considered, but we were never intimate or anything like that.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from trekkie in The Corrupted Wish Game   
    Somewhere in a lab, somebody creates an incredibly contagious disease that sterilizes people, and eventually the whole world ends up with it.  All efforts to cure it are in vain, and as the last generation of mankind passes into history...there is, at long last, world peace.
     
    I wish for a grilled cheese sandwich.
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    D0nt45k reacted to Gatto-Italiano in Political Stance of Omo Org?   
    I'm not going to post the results from the test, (to lazy lol, maybe later) but I can tell you that I am a libertarian in the USA. I believe the government should focus on defending our rights as free people rather than tax us for the things we may or may not need. And that we shouldn't be taxed by people that might not do good with the money anyway. 
    What I'm trying to say is... you should have control of your money and your body without the government getting in the way of what you know is right. You should be able to marry any other adult legally, and exercise your rights given to you in the US constitution. That being said I'm also pro 2nd amendment, not only for self defense, but to remind the government that we won't allow ourselves to be victims of tyranny. And we need to do away with these victimless crimes... for example if somebody wants to buy weed... why punish them? What does that accomplish? Someone wants to try weed and now he's criminal? What about the dealer, now in jail! What did they do wrong?! Nothing!
    I know that sounds really aggressive, I'm not trying to make arguments here. I'm just sharing my views, and I don't want to offend anyone obviously. Plus, part of being a libertarian means that I support the right to speak freely, and that goes to literally any other human being of any political alignment! So even if you're against me, it doesn't matter to me. Besides, getting into heated arguments over these types of things is just childish.
     
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Gamerman in Good video game that will force you to hold it?   
    You would be very surprised how easy it is to get sucked in for the better part of a day playing Civ.  There's a reason the "just one more turn!" meme exists, and why I don't play it on nights when I have to be up early the next day.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Biku in Golden Shakedown   
    At first I was thinking that this would be some sort of crime drama involving a human trafficking ring, but now I'm starting to get the idea that this is going to be something much more interesting.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from luvmybladder4 in What got you into Omorashi or made you realize that it's a turn on?   
    There's a physiological reason for that which I think I explained on another thread: men have an extra sphincter (completely involuntary) that closes off the bladder when orgasm is imminent to prevent urine and semen from mixing together, and also to make sure it goes out a guy's dick instead of into his bladder.  The reason this is important is that urea is toxic to sperm...which I guess means that if you didn't use a condom and you aren't on the pill, you can ask him to piss inside you to reduce the chances of being knocked up (though he may have a hard time getting the stream started for a little bit, maybe being unable to until he's gone fully soft).
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Emma Bailey in Good video game that will force you to hold it?   
    Ideally you want something that's online (and thus can't be paused), requires your constant attention, and takes a really long time to play.  Combat flight sims like the IL-2 series are pretty good for this, where a single sortie can take hours in real time, and more recent entries include online multiplayer.  It's also pretty immersive for you to have to hold it if you think about it, because back in those days, unless you were flying a large bomber or certain escort fighters like the P-51 Mustang, you didn't have anywhere to take a leak (the Mustang actually had a pipe a guy could stick his dick in and piss into...cue jokes about "pissing like a race horse" - note that no such provisions were made for women because, with the exception of the Soviets, nobody had many female combat fliers back then).  That said, these games have a hell of a learning curve to them, and a full setup with a joystick, throttle, and rudder pedals is practically mandatory to get the most out of your plane.
      
    I heard of a similar story with somebody I used to chat with, only it was her and one of her friends playing chess.  They added an extra defeat condition where wetting one's self was considered a forfeit, and if the game ended before either one of them wet, the winner got to use a toilet, the loser had to wet themselves.  I imagine the game was pretty intense, because I can tell you from playing the game against her online, she's damned good at it, better than I am I would argue.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from trekkie in Times You've Peed in a Pool?   
    Anybody who's been in a pool has pissed in it, and anybody who claims they haven't is a fucking liar.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Windows XPee in What would happen if wetting wasn’t socially unacceptable?   
    The bouncer would care when it comes time to throw your incontinent ass out for ruining another bar stool.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from knockonthedoor in How many people into Omo do you know (real life)   
    I wouldn't be surprised if there is, but it's probably really small and >90% bots.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from ashnacamon in Untitled TRON fic   
    Fanfic...of a fanfic.  Didn't see that coming.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from leakinglurker in Untitled TRON fic   
    Amusingly, Olivia Wilde (Quorra's actress) once said that human!Quorra would probably be really confused if she entered an electronic store...like, she'd start trying to talk to smartphones and laptops like they're other programs in the Grid.
      
    Everything ages, entropy is unavoidable.  Also, we don't know how a program that's been brought into the real world and turned "human" would have their physiology altered.  She might age like a regular human woman, she might not, we won't know until we get some sort of sequel.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from daniel2 in There needs to be an Anime that is nothing but Omorashi themes   
    Eh...sort-of.  In the 60s they did (mostly after Alan Shephard forgot to take a piss break before his first spaceflight, as portrayed in the film "The Right Stuff"*), but nowadays the tech is a lot more complex than that.
     
    *On a related note, his Soviet counterpart, Yuri Gagarin, took care of business against the tire of a bus, starting a tradition among cosmonauts flying out of Baikonur that persists to this day.  Even female cosmonauts do it, standing up like the men, and I've heard even foreign astronauts flying out of there (like NASA Astronauts flying on Soyuz capsules to reach the ISS after the Space Shuttles were retired, until private launch vehicles become fully operational) do it too.
      
    Might have a somewhat low budget due to the niche interest, but I think it could turn a profit.  It'd be like Omoani if it wasn't made by...like...one person, and had voice acting.
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