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OmoJell

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  1. Ah, I guess I didn't consider that. On a quick note, it's great to find another fellow introvert on this site, inner shy unite 💪😄
  2. I simply can't imagine just walking up and away from an ongoing conversation! It's probably just the way I was raised because if I did that as a child, I would have definitely got slapped for being disrespectful.
  3. How do you excuse yourself? Or, when you're in the middle of conversation with a person or group and need to excuse yourself for the restroom, what's your ''go to' way of saying it? I find the topic a bit interesting because the way you word it depends on your personality. Personally, although I act tough in real life, "bro" this "bro" that, any topic related to pee I am shy towards, and to an awfully embarrassing degree. When ever my buds bring up the subject, I purposely stay quiet until we've moved onto something else. Whenever I excuse myself, I can't even bring myself to say the word restroom. My go to is, "I'll be back," and I leave. If I get unlucky and they ask for elaboration, I awkwardly brush it off and leave again. It's made me look like an asshole a couple of times, but there's not much I can do about that. I honestly applaud you confident bladder people who publicly wet themselves. If I ever attempted that stuff, I'd probably pass out. I don't believe my way of excusing myself reflects my general character at all, and it's all kinda silly to think about. Ok now, enough about me. How do you excuse yourself, and does it reflect your overall personality?
  4. Every now and then, I watch desperation videos of it online. Pretty much like pee desperation, I enjoy watching them squirm and try and hold it, with clothes on. When they do mess, I stick around for like 10 more seconds and then exit out. After messing, they usually take their pants or underwear off to show the damage. That just isn't for me. As for trying it myself? NOPE.
  5. It's about time I continue to make more art for my art thread, feeling motivated!

  6. Finally (kind of) finished the piece.. at 4 a.m. Oh well, hope you like it A lot more art to come! I'll try not to post anymore WIPS and just the finished products, see ya for now 💫
  7. Ah I don't, sorry! I don't really take my art seriously, it's always been a hobby y'know? I appreciate it a lot though, makin me blush 💞 I'll continue posting on this thread whenever I can (and finish this wip for heavens sake)
  8. black hat from the show villainous issa just a work in progress (haven't added the wetting yet), but like, why is there no omo of this guy??? he's a perfect victim dammit i might make this a thread or smthn
  9. Hah, I've had a shy bladder since I was little, and it's caused many unfortunate situations. The first I can remember is when I was a very small kid in a daycare. It was napping time and I really needed the bathroom, but I was to nervous to speak up because the room was so silent. I waited hours for napping time to end, but I finally worked the courage to ask through a friend. I ran to the bathroom and barely got my pants off in time. In middle school, it got so bad that I went two years without drinking anything at school so I wouldn't have to ask a teacher for permission. I only went during lunchtime, which still gave me so much anxiety. One day, I don't know what I drank the day before, but I had to go so bad. I speed-walked to the bathroom only to see a huge group of girls talking and laughing inside. I didn't even try to walk through the group, I immediately turned around and continued the rest of my day without question. By the time I got home, I ran to the bathroom as quick as I could. There's probably more situations that happened when I was younger, but I wouldn't be surprised if my brain intentionally threw them away to save me from those embarrassing memories you cringe at before bed. Even now, excusing myself to go to the restroom feels like a crime, and peeing in a stall next to another person is torturous. I honestly don't think I'll ever get over this weird shyness, but it's whatever. This is the first time I've ever even talked about this.
  10. Oh my goodness, you should definitely do it again and write it down for us. Very hot 💕
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