Jump to content
Existing user? Sign In

Sign In



Or sign in with one of these services

Sign Up
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

david_578

New Member
  • Content Count

    29
  • Joined

  • Last visited

1 Follower

About david_578

  • Rank
    Fidgeting

Recent Profile Visitors

1,160 profile views
  1. I know the whole world has fallen apart, but I just came back to find this story to see what happened next. Feel free to take this as encouragement that someone is interested... and really curious what you had in mind for what was going to happen next in your story.
  2. I for one would love to hear more. Wondering how she learned you were paying attention to her toilet habits, and when she told you the secret story of that first date, and any thing else you'd like to tell us!
  3. Book again, nice International joke. It is funny that he followed that immediately by saying she was very small! So in case you or anyone else here are from the United States? as I am, or perhaps another similar country which uses numbers just like the US,... or in case dividi didn't understand why we might find that funny.... I thought I may as well explain something I happen to know... in case anyone is actually confused and to promote multiculturalism. Which is that in a lot of other places in the world where English is spoken, the comma and the period mean opposite things as they do in America. It's interesting to note how dividi said his girlfriend had been holding for 9,5 hours using a comma, which looks wrong to my eyes, but in some parts of the world that's the standard way to write nine and a half. So that's our clue that the period isn't a decimal point for him, because the comma is. Although I'm American, I was a computer programmer in a former life, so I've poked around in the language and international settings in Windows and run across these strange facts! So for dividi and others who use numbers that other way, with comma for decimal point, imagine you saw us write that she was 1,65 cm, a very small person. That would be funny, right? Also for those Americans like me who don't know metric, according to the calculator, 165 cm is 5 foot 4+ inches. Helps me imagine better. A nice height.
  4. Anyone believing the answer is 9 isn't thinking about this with the experience of higher level math classes such as algebra and calculus. Multiplication by juxtaposition such as 3x or 3(5) clearly takes precedence over all other multiplication or division. So the fact that we need to multiply first is not because of the kind of division sign--that's irrelevant. It's because the multiplication is implied by juxtaposition rather than with a x or * sign. If the problem were written 6/2*(2+1) then we would proceed left to right and answer 9. But with 6/2(2+1), we do parentheses, then juxtaposition, then the division last, to get 1, because multiplication by juxtaposition binds tighter than explicit multiplication or division.
  5. I recognized it immediately, but it's also obvious from the logo at the bottom of the video. It's from a paid/commercial site: water-detox.club, and you can find a video that looks just like it on their "older videos" page: water-detox.club/older-videos. The video on VK is obviously copyright infringement (as are many of the VK videos). Hopefully the "Part 2" you're looking for is one of the videos on that site--probably the one on that older videos page called "Competition First Wetting", if I had to take a guess? and you may be able to confirm that if you subscribe. (I haven't subscribed, myself. But somebody else here may be a subscriber.)
  6. I agree. Among the chains, my opinion is, Pizza Hut is much tastier than Dominoes, and Round Table is even better than Pizza Hut. I'd pick anything but Dominoes, really. And there are definitely local shops that outdo the chains, probably in almost every city but certainly in mine.
  7. That's okay. At least you kept fighting until the end. When I was in college (aged 18), I tried my first 24-hour hold... and I gave up at 22 hours, .... feeling like it was getting too tough! To this day, I wonder, if I fought harder, if I could have succeeded! (And I have succeeded probably 10 times since then, perhaps about half of the times that I've tried). You didn't give up until it was squirting out of you without being able to control it! And you lasted more than 21 hours, with the last 3 hours of that being an impossibly desperate fight where you would have given up without encouragement. Good job! And very good effort. I bet you'll make the 24 hours next time!
  8. Drips, or the tiniest of leaks, just means you're struggling. But you can keep holding it. But if it turns to full on inability to keep it in no matter what... then if that happens, hopefully you can grab a container and see how much you had in you. But keep holding if you can!
  9. Or to put to put a positive spin on it,... only 3 hours left! 7/8 of the way there. Keep trying, don't give up.
  10. Maybe you should just take a small sip, to quench the edge of your thirst... but don't drink much more, or you might not make the 24 hours? Your body is used to more liquid, so it wants more,... but it is also used to peeing more often... seems like you'll have to sacrifice a bit on the thirst in order to make your goal.
  11. Maybe sweating a little from the exertion? Difficult pee holding is good exercise!
  12. We're supporting you. Hopefully you can feel our support, both mentally and physically! You can do this! We will help keep your strength up while you win this struggle.
  13. It may seem like terrible timing for these distractions to keep happening (phone calls, your dog)... but at least it's keeping you occupied. You really don't want to give up now... imagine conquering this 24 hour goal! Only 3 and a half hours left... it will be so satisfying! Just keep trying, even if it feels like you can't! Just keep it in!
  14. You've made it 19 hours so far. If you can hold on for a little while longer and your bladder can settle down, maybe you can still make it! You've held a long time, so you've made us proud! But keep trying and see what you can do. You're less than 5 hours from the goal now. Definitely the home stretch.
  15. Only 6 hours to go now. You are in the home stretch. Holding 18 hours is impressive so far, but if you can survive the final 6 hours we'll all be so impressed. I've done quite a few 24 hour holds myself, and I know it can be hit or miss whether it's possible to do it, but it's so satisfying when you succeed! It's not easy! Good luck!
×
×
  • Create New...