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D0nt45k

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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 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 wettingman 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 WetWinter in Least Favourite Subject at School   
    'Aint that the truth.  A great teacher/professor can take a class in a subject that you'd ordinarily find unbearable and actually make you give a fuck about it, and make a class in something you already did give a fuck about something to look forward to.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Ms. Tito in Least Favourite Subject at School   
    I had several that I disliked, but for different reasons.
    Math classes I almost universally disliked because for some reason I never had a single decent math teacher.  The only one I had that was even tolerable, I was unable to take seriously.  Why?  Because the motherfucker sounded exactly like Kermit the Frog.  Didn't help that I invariably got his class first thing in the morning so my sleep-deprived Freshman ass would have to suppress giggle fits while also trying not to nod off.  I failed his class, unsurprisingly.
    P.E. was never my strong suit either since I was always more bookish than most, but this could mostly be blamed on the fact that Phys Ed courses have always primarily emphasized speed and stamina, rewarding students that naturally excelled in those fields and humiliating those that didn't.  When it came time to perform activities where we got to show off our strength, that was where I got to shine, to the point where in high school people came to call me "the bulldozer" both from just the sheer amount of power I could exert (especially when pulling or pushing things) and how hard it was to make me move if I didn't want to.
    History, surprisingly, was a subject I didn't like much in school, more specifically History Classes.  I love the subject of history, but the classes themselves?  Two thirds of the content of these classes could basically be summed up as "Slavery, Hitler, Civil Rights, and Feminism" year after year (nothing against you if you're into that sort of thing, but a little bit more variety and nuance would've been nice - you can only hear the same exact things rephrased slightly so many times before you get sick of it), and it got old pretty quickly.  The exception was in high school, mostly due to a couple of very quirky teachers I had that made the class worth it just to witness the antics they got up to (that and I'll admit that one of them had a nice ass).
    Of course I personally feel that public education as a whole is an obsolete relic in desperate need of a complete overhaul.  It should focus entirely on teaching practical skills (using math for example, the most advanced math the average person will ever perform is doing their taxes, and that uses math most people learn by the end of elementary school nowadays...or at least that's how it was before Common Core became a thing, I have no idea how that particular clusterfuck works now) that you'll actually use up until the point where you'd actually start looking at applying at colleges or entering the work force, then I think they should figure out what you're actually good at and then put you into stuff like advanced math and sciences if a career in that field would be a good fit for somebody with your abilities.  Otherwise, they can stop wasting the rest of everybody else's time with stuff like cellular biology or calculus that 90% of us will never use again and teach us shit like how to file our taxes, how to perform basic home and car repairs, or how our legal system functions on a basic level...you know, things the average person will have to deal with in their lives unless they're rich enough to pay other people to do it for them.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from leakinglurker in Untitled TRON fic   
    Oh, huh....guess they threw that character in to avoid the possibility of Tron 2.0 being completely non-canon (which I have no problem with, I quite enjoyed that game).
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from woodsboy1991 in Telling a female friend or S.O. you are turned on by their small bladder..   
    Small bladders, big bladders, they’re all sexy on a lady as long as they’re full.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Ms. Tito in Least Favourite Subject at School   
    Romeo and Juliet were a product of their time.  It wasn't unheard-of for those kinds of marriages to be arranged in Medieval Europe between nobility (I think at the time that the Catholic Church considered 13 to be the age of consent).  Of course, eventually the link between young brides and high childbirth mortality rates (in both the mothers and children) was discovered and this practice gradually fell out of favor.  As for why Shakespeare specifically?  Probably because he was one of the first playwrights in England to specifically write material for mass consumption, instead of just for the nobility (although he did have a lot of noble patrons, leading to plays like Macbeth being sympathetic to Banquo and damning of the titular king because his patron, King James I, claimed lineage from the former).  Also, I agree, Hamlet was a way more interesting read, as was Macbeth, I performed in stage adaptations of both in high school (the latter in the titular role).
    Yeah, PE coaches tend to fit into one of two categories: they're either the biggest assholes in the whole school system with massive chips on their shoulders, or they'll be your biggest advocate in a "tough love" sense.  I had both, particularly if you count my JROTC Instructor (JROTC can basically be described as "militarized PE" plus civics), who I remained close friends with until sometime last year when we had a bad falling out over...political disagreements.
    EDIT: Holy fuck will this damned internet connection get its shit together already?
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from leakinglurker in Untitled TRON fic   
    Unique choice of setting aside, the concept of a previously virtual being suddenly being subjected to certain biological needs for the first time is a fascinating one.  I wonder if you have more of this planned or if it's just a one-shot?
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from DesperateJill in Would You Accept a Job That Was Otherwise Great if the Bathroom Access Was Terrible?   
    That's service industries for you.  "The customer is always right" is the mentality you're expected to follow...even when their ignorance might get them or somebody else killed (keep in mind, I sold guns, and I winced every single time a customer came in to look at a piece without using trigger discipline - doesn't matter if they're display pieces, you always treat these things like they're loaded).  Unfortunately, when you live in a commuter town where your only options for jobs are service or warehouse-oriented unless you feel like having a 1-2 hour commute to the nearest larger city, this is the sort of stupidity you can expect to deal with on a daily basis, and the sense of entitlement from these sorts, there's a reason why the "Karen" meme exists.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from DesperateJill in Would You Accept a Job That Was Otherwise Great if the Bathroom Access Was Terrible?   
    And you can always tell which ones are gonna take the longest: old men (prostate enlargement) and pregnant women.  There's a reason that at my last job (if you're curious, it was at a sporting goods store, specifically one that caters to more...outdoorsy or wilderness-oriented activities like fishing and hunting - I worked in the hunting department, mostly dealing with firearms and ammunition), some of us wised up eventually and figured that if we wanted to take breaks, we'd just put a sign in front of the door saying the restroom was being cleaned.  The customers could go to the Target next door and use their bathroom, it's right next to the entrance, we didn't have that luxury.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from nappypants in Would You Accept a Job That Was Otherwise Great if the Bathroom Access Was Terrible?   
    I've had jobs like this, so I already know the answer is "yes".  Granted, the reason the bathroom access was limited was usually because there were no employee-only rooms and customers received priority.
      
    Modern fighter pilots, at least in the US military, are now equipped with...well it's not quite a diaper so much as a wearable urinal (in that it doesn't soak up your piss, it drains it away and collects it for disposal later).
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Ms. Tito in Red flag, Yellow streams: The Soviet Republic of Pisuaria.   
    I have to admit that I find the idea of a Soviet republic continuing to persist after the fall of the USSR fascinating (and surprisingly realistic, a largely unrecognized nation called Transnistria is still more or less run the same way as it was in the late-20th Century).  These guys seem to be run under the Czechoslovak “soft communism” style that inspired glasnost and perestroika, and I’m guessing that the fact that they’re very small and have a thriving tourist industry by the looks of things helps.  There’s a lot of interesting opportunities for worldbuilding here.
     
    Definitely enjoying the female-centric chapters (I personally skipped over the more male or trans-focused ones - I’m not dicksexual, we’re all entitled to our preferences after all).
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from dabboi in What was your first omo video?   
    It was an ineed2pee trailer I think, on Youtube of all places, back when they...well, they didn't quite allow that type of content on there, but it was a lot easier to fly under the radar before the days of copyright trolls and automods.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from LilMiss in people peeing their pants during big shows?   
    It was, mostly because they were too busy holding it to really get as physical as usual, instead resorting to hurling some of the most creative verbal abuse I've ever heard at each other.  I had no idea there were that many sex or race-specific slurs before that moment...and they shouted them in two different languages, English and Spanish!
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from DesperateJill in people peeing their pants during big shows?   
    I can say it was definitely more amusing than the time I made the mistake of trying to break up one of their fights...which resulted in then ganging up on me instead because I wasn't paying attention with where my hands ended up (and that's how I got to second base for the first time).
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from DesperateJill in people peeing their pants during big shows?   
    It was, mostly because they were too busy holding it to really get as physical as usual, instead resorting to hurling some of the most creative verbal abuse I've ever heard at each other.  I had no idea there were that many sex or race-specific slurs before that moment...and they shouted them in two different languages, English and Spanish!
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Nanon in Why is peeing considered so taboo?   
    It also depends on where you are and what the local laws will allow.  I discovered the hard way (though I wasn't surprised to learn) that apparently under some circumstances, public nudity is legal in Germany, after stumbling upon some nude sunbathers in a park in Berlin; they were good sports about it, in regards to my startled response that made it very clear that I was a foreigner, and probably felt a degree of sympathy towards the clueless tourist that'd just gotten an eyeful.
    Not so sure about relieving yourself in public over there, but I would not be at all surprised if it's allowed under some circumstances over there, whereas in the US it's pretty much a guaranteed public indecency charge...and if you're really unlucky, getting put on a sex offender registry (it's entirely up to the discretion of the judge), which results in all sorts of life-long headaches in regards to employment, where you can live, and generally being ostracized because the registry makes no distinction between somebody who just had to take a leak in public versus a serial child molester - the registry actually lists what you were charged with, but few if any people actually care to read that; this is where the big problem with our criminal justice system rears its ugly head: it's supposed to make it so that criminals don't want to commit a crime again, but in practice they're often unable to support themselves on the outside even if they reform and, tragically, are left with little choice but to relapse or end up homeless (at least in prison you get hot meals and a bed to sleep in, some people prefer that over being homeless)...and with the three-strikes rule in effect in many jurisdictions that eventually leads to what amounts to a life sentence, which, considering the fact that it's legal to use prisoners as forced labor - it's supposed to be voluntary but they have ways of..."persuading" you - and that private prisons are a thing in the US, trapping repeat offenders into a life of slavery might actually be the whole point (just ask our current Vice President, she made a career out of..."securing a cheap labor force" for the State of California)...and all of this because you needed to take a leak and the restroom was closed for cleaning, what a Kafka-esque scenario...but that's getting off-topic.
    It's gotten to the point where it's actually often less of a hassle in the long term to wet yourself than it is to drop your pants and take a leak in a corner if there's no restroom available in a crowded place.
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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 The Dark Wolf in Why is peeing considered so taboo?   
    On the other hand, nobody wants to have to clean up somebody else's mess on their own property, especially bodily secretions (this can be a health hazard, you see - while urine is hypothetically sterile in healthy individuals, certain infections can change that), so I guess it might be fair to ask somebody to clean up after themselves if they're forced to take desperate measures, as long as they can provide a means to do so.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Tentacool in Bomb's almost SFW commision thread version 03   
    Toon logic allows for some very interesting possibilities.  Like...imagine somebody doing that to Jessica Rabbit, who explicitly is a toon, she might even end up with a bladder bigger (and bouncier) than her boobs!
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from Kei in Please move "messing" to its own category.   
    People don't tag their shit (literally).  This needs to be fixed.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from dabboi in Is it easier to hold it for men or women???   
    I think it's easier for men, and the reasons boil down mostly to biology.  The first factor to consider comes down to size - men tend to be larger, which usually means having larger bladders, though this also tends to come with a faster metabolism and that can fill it up faster, somewhat reducing the disparity.  Another factor is that men have an extra urinary sphincter that women don't have, although we can't actually control it voluntarily and its main function is to prevent semen from diverting into the bladder instead of out one's dick when climaxing (that's why guys have a hard time taking a piss while hard if you're curious...and why a lot of guys may suddenly get really desperate after having an orgasm).  There's also the fact that when it comes to actually emptying one's bladder, men apparently rely more on muscle power whereas women rely more on gravity to do the work for them, which can work against them most of the time.  Then, of course, there's having something external to grab onto and squeeze one's urethra shut if one really has to do so to buy a bit more time, as you've said yourself - I know I've done it a couple of times.
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from dabboi in Why are wettings in media more common from non-US releases?   
    Technically speaking, the First Amendment only restricts the government from arresting you for what you’re saying.  It doesn’t say anything about provate entities (unfortunately, this loophole has allowed for the suppression of dissent on social media by...”strongly encouraging” the companies in question to ban those engaging in it).
    You forget that a number of America’s earliest settlers were religious refugees that wanted to be able to practice their customs free of persecution, that’s why it’s so important here.  Granted, the most well-known of these groups, the Puritans, were persecuted because they were too hardcore even for their day (their association in England with Oliver Cromwell, read up on the English Civil War if you don’t know who that is, didn’t help their case either).
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    D0nt45k got a reaction from ed2 in Why are wettings in media more common from non-US releases?   
    Technically speaking, the First Amendment only restricts the government from arresting you for what you’re saying.  It doesn’t say anything about provate entities (unfortunately, this loophole has allowed for the suppression of dissent on social media by...”strongly encouraging” the companies in question to ban those engaging in it).
    You forget that a number of America’s earliest settlers were religious refugees that wanted to be able to practice their customs free of persecution, that’s why it’s so important here.  Granted, the most well-known of these groups, the Puritans, were persecuted because they were too hardcore even for their day (their association in England with Oliver Cromwell, read up on the English Civil War if you don’t know who that is, didn’t help their case either).
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