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  1. I think it depends on where you are brought up and also whether you have ever needed to do it. Woman brought up in a rural area or who go on lots of countryside walks will be comfortable with it but those that don't venture from cities and towns won't be. What I always wonder is what happens when a woman who has never peed outsude before finds herself needing to do so? Perhaps she is on a hike with friends. Perhaps she is stuck in a traffic jam. How would she know what to do and would she manage to go without getting pee all over her clothes?
  2. I would say around 11 or 12. Few kids of that age have accidents, puberty is making you more self conscious and there's still quite a few years before alcohol will be involved.
  3. OK so a dribble is a few drops in the underwear, a leak could be a dribble or more coming out slowly and a spurt is more forceful
  4. From an omo point of view: 1) To be able to see how full females bladders are and also an indication of how urgent they feel (slight urge, need to go, desperate, bursting, leaking) 2) The ability to increase the amount of urine in a females bladder and the rate that it is added. 3) The ability to influence when she empties her bladder and watch the result. Does she rush to a toilet, go behind a bush or wet her pants? I can decide and watch her get relief.
  5. I often see these words referring to when someone has started to pee themselves slightly, but how do you define them? A spurt is more than a dribble, but what is a greater amount, a dribble or a leak? How much pee needs to come out for you to say you'ved spurted, dribbled or leaked?
  6. Definitely not, holding it all day must involve becoming dehydrated unless the girl has got a huge bladder
  7. I prefer seeing desperate thin girls peeing. Seeing them dance around desperate then pull down their pants and hissing loudly
  8. Definitely not. I used to go before I set off for school, when I got there, at break time and lunch time. Even then I'd sometimes end up desperate in a lesson. I've heard a lot of kids hold it all day though because of dirty school toilets or being embarrassed someone will hear them peeing. I can't imagine holding for a whole school day plus the bus ride there and back! Do they not drink anything all day or have they just developed a strong bladder? I've heard of even primary school aged kids holding their pee all school day. I always thought kids had small bladders but it seems man
  9. It's strange that the Mum ignored him and didn't at least encourage him to hold it and reassure him his sister would be out soon. Perhaps she didn't want him using the supermarket toilets because of Covid? Hopefully he made it. They would normally find me a toilet, or occassionaly somewhere to go outside. They would sometimes encourage me to wait a bit longer but they would always try and find somewhere for me if I was desperate. That's awful! Didn't the person she was speaking to notice? If I was the person the Mum was speaking to, I would have said something and
  10. I've often ended up bursting to go in exams. The exam nerves always seemed to fill my bladder even if I didn't drink anything and peed a couple of times before hand. I hated it because the exams were important and I couldn't concentrate when I was so desperate to pee. I was always embarrassed to ask an invigilator to go to the toilet.
  11. Is there a reason why she didn't go to the toilet if her need was that bad? Not allowed to leave the room perhaps? Didn't want to miss anything? Or just embarrassed to get up and go in front of everyone?
  12. Excellent story, those train toilets seem to be very unreliable these days. The woman must have been very desperate for you to hear her stream over the noise of the train
  13. How do you pee outside when you go? Do you squat down? Do you lean against something? Or do you pee standing up?
  14. What is more helpful for a girl trying to hold her pee, crossing her legs while sitting down or crossing her legs while standing up? What is more likely to result in wet pants, uncrossing her legs while sitting down or standing up?
  15. Male I could usually go when I needed to. At primary school, we used to have a break in the morning, lunch time and another break in the afternoon and I used to pee during all of these as well as when I first got to school before lessons started. I don't think I had to ask to go during a lesson often but I don't remember ever being refused. At secondary there was no afternoon break but again I was fine going at the breaks we had. I sometimes had to go between lessons during changeovers. I did have to ask to go during lessons a few times, though not often, and I was allowed to go.
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